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(noun) - an exhibition of agricultural goods, often with rides and other entertainment

(noun) - the border between the soft rock of the Coastal Plain and the hard rock of the Piedmont region. Often, rivers will have rapids or waterfalls as they cross the fall line.

(adjective) - pertaining to the national level of government.

(noun) - a boat designed to carry passengers, goods, or vehicles from one side of a river or stream to another.

(adjective) - capable of growing abundant crops

(noun) - a substance, such as a chemical or animal manure, used to provide nutrients to help plants grow. Many people use fertilizers on their lawns and gardens.

(noun) - a long strand of material such as cotton that can be twisted together to form thread or yarn

(noun) - a plant grown on farms and plantations that was used for making clothes

(noun) - a low plain beside a river that sometimes floods

(noun) - food for animals like cattle, horses and hogs that was sometimes made from chopped corn stalks and hay

(noun) - the science of planting, and maintaining trees in forests

(noun) - the remains of an ancient animal or plant found underground

(noun) - a person who has been released from slavery

(noun) - the area near or beyond a boundary. During colonization, the frontier was any part of the continent beyond the existing settlements along the coast.

(noun) - trade of animal skins with Native Americans that was the first profitable business for early Carolinians