APUSH Princeton ch7 Vocabulary

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Puritans who wanted to reform the Anglican Church from within
Famous witch hunt
Saved Jamestown with motto 'He who will not work shall not eat.'
Jamestown 1609-1610 when conditions were poor
Virginia House in which any property-owning white male could vote
Frozen strait from Russia to Alaska
Disease the Europeans were carriers of
Another name for French and Indian War
Travelers on the Mayflower
People believing that power stems from God and not from the governed
Labor intensive crop (starts with t)
Widespread exchange of plants, animals, foods, diseases, and ideas between the Old World and the New World
Name for King William's War in England
Year of Salem Witch Trials
Religion started to purify the church
Literally 'Between Kings'
Usually considered first written constitution in British North America
Local tribes that helped Jamestown
The idea of giving one's self to work for 7 years in exchange for land
First cash crop introduced to Jamestown
Preacher famous for graphic depictions of Hell
Area around Chesapeake Bay
Shipping route that brought slaves to America
Sponsor of Roanoke Settlement
Trade route Middle Passage was part of
Northern region of colonies
Hard currency, such as gold coins
People of dark skin tone
Lord Protector of England
Leader of Bacon's Rebellion
A helpful tax on imports
Puritan group which seperated from the church
Group of investors who purchase the right to a colony in the New World
Large war waged in colonial North America
Military Style courts made to try violations of the Navigation Acts
Almanack written by Ben Franklin
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Internal wars in England which the Puritans won
War against French and Native Americans on the Canadian border
A proprietorship which produced the Fundamental Orders
Colony in Virginia
Minister in Salem Bay that taught controversial topics
Theory that a nation's power was based on its wealth
System where settlers were given land
Another name for Salutary Neglect
Southern region of colonies
System of owning a person, generally from Africa
Ruthless Spanish conquerors
Joint-stock company which founded Jamestown
Region connected to Russia via the Bering Straight
French Protestants
Period of British little interference with colonies
Small effort of New England colonies to conglomerate
War between Massachusetts Bay Colony and the Pequots
Colony granted to William Penn
Name mistakenly given to Native Americans
Intellectual movement
Leader of a colony appointed by king or proprietor
Preacher who preached emotionalism and spirituality
Indigenous people of the Americas
Rebellion by indentured servants
Carolina settled by Virginians
A personal connection with God
Another name for Roanoke Colony
Modern manifestation of Whitefield's preaching
Prominent proponent of antinomianism
A war between Pokanokets and the white colonists
Legislatures with two bodies
A law making body responsible for money
Labor intensive crop (starts with r)
Revolution in England which replaced James II with William and Mary
Carolina settled by descendents of the settlers of Barbados
Ship carrying Pilgrims
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Native inhabitants of the Connecticut Valley
Boards set up to regulate colonial commerce
Upper Education
Self-made and self-educated man
People believing in the power of one person
Middle region of colonies
Gift from Charles II to a couple friends
Attempt by Puritans to reinvigorate attendance
Colony that absorbed New Holland
Proprietory colony which split in two
Another name for the Stono Uprising
Acts that infringed seriously on American trade
Leader of The Great Puritan Migration
'Invincible' Spanish navy
English attempt to clamp down on colonial trade
The Bay bordering Maryland and Virginia
Grants to settlers settling in lands conquered by conquistadores guaranteeing authority over Native AmericansI think this one is really important
A Pokanoket that spoke English and acted as translator for the Pilgrims
Labor intensive crop (starts with i)
Areas just of farms
Urban areas
The agreement made on the Mayflower
Era before Columbus discovered the New World
Edict which provided for religious tolerance of Huguenots
Wave of religious revivalism
Large and powerful colony started by Congregationalists
Colony owned privately usually as a gift from the King
Proprietorship Catholic haven
Act in Maryland that protected most Christians
The first and one of the most successful slave rebellions
Explorer who 'discovered' the New World in 1492
Landing spot of the Mayflower
Colony owned by the crown
Laws eventually made to hold blacks down

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