language developed by African workers so white masters could not understand them, hybrid of English and African, culturallly a connection to Africa
a series of religious revivals among Protestants in the American colonies from 1725-1770
Helped start great awakening and wrote sinners in the hands of an angry God
Credited with starting the Great Awakening, also a leader of the "New Lights."
movement that began in Europe in the late 1600s as people began examining the natural world, society, and government; also called the age of reason
considered our American Enlightened spirit
John Peter Zenger
A New York editor whose trial for seditious libel backfired on the government; the jury found that truth was a defense for libel.
highest social class in the 13 english colonies
the social class between the lower and upper classes
A migrant to British colonies in the Americas who paid for passage by agreeing to work for a set term ranging from four to seven years. (p. 486)
private independent secondary school in Great Britain supported by endowment and tuition
a person who gives private instruction (as in singing or acting)
works for an expert to learn a trade
schools women opened in their homes to teach girls and boys to read and write
a tort consisting of false and malicious publication printed for the purpose of defaming a living person