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History Test 2
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What Columbus called the original people who lived here.
tents made by stretching animal skins poles
Boats made by stretching buffalo skins over a round frame.
A popular winter game played by Indians
The Indian who welcomed the Pilgrims at Plymouth.
The Indian who had been to England and spoke English.
A written promise or agreement.
The leader of the Indians who greeted the Pilgrims.
The man who replaced Governor Carver's place.
Of Plymouth Plantation
The book written by William Bradford that told about the Pilgrim's life.
Church of England
The church that the king of England forced all the people to attend.
The people who wanted to separate from the Church of England because they believed it wasn't being true to the Bible
Where the Separatist moved to from England
The boat the Separatist took to the New World in 1620
The people on the Mayflower who wanted a new life in the New World, but weren't Separatist.
The group of people who came across the Atlantic on the Mayflower.
The state where the Pilgrims landed.
The first written agreement for self-government in America
Governor of the Pilgrims
The Pilgrim's minister
Captain Miles Standish
A soldier to guide them in dealing with the Indians
The settlement of the Pilgrims
A house, fort, and church for the Pilgrims
King James I
The English king who wanted to have a successful colony in the New World.
1. Find a sea passage through America to the Indies
2. Find gold and silver
3. Find the Lost Colony of Roanoke
4. Teach the Indians Christianity
What 4 things King James hoped to do by beginning a colony.
Group of merchants who would help fund a new colony in the New World
A group of businessmen
An official permit to start settlements in America
First permanent English settlement
Settlement named after King James
Captain John Smith
Leader of Jamestown
Captain James Smith
Leader who had the rule "He that does not work shall not eat"
"The starving time"
The winter of 1609-1610
The most important cash crop in the colony
A wild, empty land that has not been settled
Queen Elizabeth I
The powerful English queen who wanted a successful colony in the New World.
Asked the queen for permission to begin a colony in the New World.
The island that Walter Raleigh's men found for the English colony.
Colony named after Queen Elizabeth, the "Virgin Queen"
The first English child born in America
"The Lost Colony"
What Roanoke is known as today.
Hearing about the true God
What was the biggest change to the Indians?
Missionary who ministered to the Massachusetts Indians and translated the Bible into their tongue.
Missionary who became friends with the Indians because he was friendly to them.
Missionary who gave his life to preach to the Native Americans.
The most famous English preachers of his day.
Bought land from the Indians instead of just taking it from them.
Native American who invented the Cherokee syllabary
Named the greatest athlete of the century in 1950.
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