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Anne Hutchinson 46 Antinomianism 46 Bacon's Rebellion 42 Dominion of New England 63 George and Cecilus Calvert 40 Glorious Revolution 63 James Oglethorpe 59 John Smith 37 John Winthrop 44 King Philip's War 49 Massachusetts Bay Company 44 Mayflower Compact 43 Metacomet 49 Middle Ground 59 Navigation Acts 62 Pequot War 49 Plymouth Plantation 43 Powhatan 39 Quakers 53 Quitrent 50 Roger Williams 46 Sir William Berkeley 41 Theocracy 45 Virginia House of Burgess 39 William Bradford 43 Willia…

Anne Hutchinson

Held women's meetings in her house and shared anti-Puritan opinions. Got kicked out for not being a woman of society.


Hutchinson's teachings that literally meant "hostile to the law"

Bacon's Rebellion

Mad at Berkeley and others because he somewhat accepted Indians and thought the he misused his powers of taxation and laws.

Dominion of New England

Combination of all of New England, New York, and New Jersey and ran by Sir Edmund Andros from Boston

George and Cecilius Calvert

g: firat Lord of Baltimore. Got a large colony that was under his control and only paid taxes to king.

Glorious Revolution

James II is overthrown by Mary and William in England. This leads to the end of the Dominion of New England.

James Oglethorpe

Founder of Georgia who had people who were not paid but wanted to place a southern border of England to prevent the Spanish from coming into their land.

John Smith

Leader of Jamestown. Had a "relationship" with Pochahontas and, with harsh inflictions, started the New World.

John Winthrop

Instrumental in organizing the migration and the charter in New England said they governed themselves. He was the judge in Hutchinson's case.

King Philip's War

War between the New Englanders and the Wampanoag tribe. Indians did well for awhile, but eventually were wiped out because of the European's sheer numbers.

Massachusetts Bay Company

Comapny who acquired land in MA and NH. Original plan was to fish and trade, but turned Puritanical.

Mayflower Compact

A contract signed by the Plymouth Pilgrims saying they weredevoted to the King and established civil government. First document of New World.


Leader of the Wampanoag Indian's during King Philip's (Metacomet's) war.

Middle Ground

Places where Indians and the English could coexist separately, but still trade and not fight.

Navigation Acts

Set of laws that said all trade is closed except on English ships, all goods must go through England to the colonies so England could tax them, and imposed taxes on coastal trade.

Pequot War

A war between the Pequot and the English of trade with the Dutch. It wiped on the Pequot.

Plymouth Plantation

Spot where the English landed in the north on the Mayflower.


Father to Poco, originally got along with the English, but over time lost to the people of Jamestown.


Society of Friends didn't believe in predestination, anyone could speak in church, and were found in Pennsylavina.


Tax on headright land in the Carolinas

Roger Williams

Believed in state and church separation and started Rhode Island as a free religious community.

Sir William Berkeley

He was rebelled against by Bacon. They killed many Indians, but also got more land.


A church-run state such as in the Puritan Society.

Virginia House of Burgess

First meeting of an elected legislature within the USA.

William Bradford

Very well respected governor of the Puritans (Plymouth) who voted for him over and over again. He also distribute land more fairly amoung his people. Lastly, he paid off the debt from the original financiers in England.

William Penn

The founding man of Pennsylvania who was able to coexist with the Indians and reimbursed them for the land he took. It became the most cosmopolitan of colonies because of the people that came and the fertile soil it had.

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