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  1. Puritans
  2. Calvinism
  3. William Bradford
  4. Triangular Trade
  5. John Winthrop
  1. a a section of Protestantism started by John Calvin; part of the Puritan faith
  2. b leader of Colonial Virginia; author of "Model of Christian Charity" known for "city upon a hill"
  3. c leader of Mass Bay Colony; co-author of the Mayflower Compact; Puritan
  4. d Protestants who wanted to purify the faith; very strict, practical, and have the idea of glorifying God in every single thing they do; believe in predestination; prominent in Massachusetts
  5. e trade between Africa, Europe, and the New World; includes Middle Passage; helped New England's economy the most

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the Rhode Island founder who was kicked out of Massachusetts
  2. a primarily Catholic Chesapeake colony
  3. Formerly New Holland; a middle colony taken over by the king and named after his brother
  4. the church Henry VIII created when he split from Roman Catholicism because of his excommunication; Virginia and other colonies
  5. a system set up by Britain to extract money from all 13 colonies to give back to Britain; small part of the Triangular Trade; placed taxes on colonial goods

5 True/False questions

  1. Middle Passagea primarily Catholic Chesapeake colony

          

  2. Great Awakeningreligious revivals in the colonies lead by Jonathan Edwards

          

  3. Dominion of New EnglandNew England was the most prominent region of the colonies; (Mass, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire)

          

  4. Navigation Actssub-group of the Puritans who vowed to break completely with the Church of England

          

  5. SeparatistsProtestants who wanted to purify the faith; very strict, practical, and have the idea of glorifying God in every single thing they do; believe in predestination; prominent in Massachusetts

          

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