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(noun) - a division of labor on plantations where slaves were assigned a specific amount of work for the day. After this work was completed, they were allowed to use the rest of the day for their own benefit.

(noun) - one who resides on and farms land owned by a landlord

(noun) - fabric; cloth that is woven or knitted

(noun) - a plant whose leaves are used to make cigarettes, cigars, and snuff for smoking in pipes

(noun) - an opponent of independence at the time of the American Revolution

(noun) - travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes. Also, it is the business of providing services to tourists.

(noun) - A unit of territory or administration; town

(noun) - the act of moving something from one location to another

(noun) - someone who traveled from place to place selling goods that people could not make themselves

(noun) - A betrayal of trust or confidence, usually against one’s country

(noun) - a river that flows into another river or larger body of water

(noun) - streetcar; a wheeled vehicle that runs on rails and is propelled by electricity used for local transportation

(noun) - the growing of vegetable crops for transport to local markets

(noun) - a small bed used by young children. When not in use, it was stored under a larger bed.