to limit the passage of (a landed estate) to a specified line of heirs,
a person who signed an indenture, or an agreement to work for a master for a period of years. They were not free until they completed their term of service.
he eldest child in a family was to receive, under normal circumstances, the entire estate of his father, the majority of his parents possessions, and often exclusively inherit the social rank of his father
a few wealthy landowners that remained closely linked to the aristocracy of England. They still held on firmly to the Catholic faith.
an economic system (Europe in 18th century) to increase a nation's wealth by government regulation of all of the nation's commercial interests
the poor who were considered sturdy enough to be working, and not begging
wanted to purify the Church by making services simpler and doing away with ranks of authority
is a route to receive slaves. It got it's name from the three routes that formed a triangle: New England, West Indies, West Africa.
a man of good family, breeding, or social position.
a Christian sect founded by George Fox in England about 1650, opposed to oath-taking and war
the business of capturing, transporting, and selling people as slaves
One that owes something to another and had the choice of going to jail or going to a colony
refers to the transportation of the African people from Africa to the new world as part of the Atlantic slave trade and was the middle portion of the triangular trade voyage