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Unit 1 Colonization Vocabulary Set 1
Terms in this set (18)
This concept is based on a comparison of a situation before and after the events under examination.
This concept relies on an awareness that change is slow, and that there are times when something remains constant even in the midst of great historical change.
This concept is based on an understanding that most historical events originate from multiple and diverse factors.
This concept relies on the idea that significant events and people have had, to varying extent, both short-term and long-term effects.
According to this key concept, students should be thinking about why something may have been recorded or included in a historical narrative, or why something has been excluded.
This concept is based on an understanding that there are multiple positions and interpretations of the past.
An economic policy under which nations sought to increase their wealth and power by importing more than exporting, and utilizing the nation's resources and raw materials
Trade laws enacted by Parliament that regulated colonial commerce, including requiring colonists to transport goods on English ships and through English ports
Three way pattern of trade in which the American colonies sent raw materials to England, finished products were transported from England to West Africa, and enslaved people were transported to the colonies
The two-way exchange of goods, plants, animals, diseases, ideas, and people between the Americas and Europe/Africa
Parcels of land consisting of about 50 acres which were given to colonists who brought indentured servants into America. This was used by the Virginia Company to attract more colonists.
A company run by a group of investors that raised capital by selling shares, like the Virginia Company
Alliance of Algonquian-speaking tribes living in the region of the initial Virginia settlement who tried to live in peace with the English settlers when they arrived in 1607
A colony administered by a royal governor appointed by the English crown
A colony run by individuals or groups to whom land was granted by the English monarch
A worker bound by a voluntary agreement to work for a specified period of years ( usually 4-7) often in return for free passage to the Americas
House of Burgesses
The first representative colonial assembly in Virginia and an early example of colonial self-government
An insurgency against Virginia Governor Berkeley by frontier colonists, which led to increased reliance on African slave labor
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