Virginia History Mini Quiz: Tobacco and Slavery
For this history of Virginia worksheet, students complete a quiz over the tobacco and slave industry that existed in the Virginia colony. Their objective is to illustrate the facts they know about cash crops, tobacco plantations, and slave labor.
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