Abeka 6th Grade History - Chapter 7
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The colony founded by Sir Walter Raleigh and remembered today as "The Lost Colony" is
The first permanent European settlement in the New World was_________
The first place Separatists moved for religious freedom was_____________
England defeated the ___________Armada in 1588
Jamestown was founded in the year
The Pilgrims establish their colony at Plymouth in the year
The first written constitution in America was the____
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
The first written agreement of self-government in America was the _________
Colonial Virginia's elected body of representatives was called the_________
House of Burgess
The Ole Deluder Satan Act was passed in 1647 in Massachusetts, establishing the first ________ in America
The first Indian to welcome the Pilgrims was______
__________brought the settlers to Jamestown.
Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery
The first royal colony that was owned by the King of England
What land did Lord Baltimore requested to begin this colony for English Catholics?
What was the first permanent settlement in South Carolina?
What was Georgia's first permanent settlement?
The capital of Virginia in 1699
The Ark and the Dove brought settlers here for religious freedom
They are known as the Society of Friends
This Indian lived with the Pilgrims and helped them to survive
The colony that is now the state of New York was
The Swedes who settled in Delaware were the first to build
He established a settlement at Philadelphia
The leader of the Moravians, which were active in missionary work
Count von Zinzendorf
The Dutch governor of New Netherland who was forced to surrender to the English
Who married Pocahontas?
Who claimed part of North America for England in 1497
Who planned and directed the building of the first Georgian settlement?
The first governor of Jamestown
Lord De La Warr
Who was one of the missionaries spurred by the Great Awakening?
The first minister of the colony at Plymouth
Who was hired to protect the Pilgrims at Plymouth?
Captain Miles Standish
The second governor of Plymouth and the author of Of Plymouth Plantation
Who founded the first colony to offer complete religious freedom in America
The English evangelist who preached throughout the colonies, sometimes to 20,000 people at once
America's first black woman writer to have a book published
The Connecticut- born preacher who was one of the first leaders in the Great Awakening; he preached a series of sermons about salvation
Be able to explain how some of the widespread ideas during the Great Awakening affected American Colonies and led to a desire for liberty and the War for Independence. You need to include five important facts..
Be able to locate on a map: Alaska Peninsula, Labrador Peninsula, Baja California, Yucatan Peninsula, Ungava Peninsula, and the Florida Peninsula