SC US History EOC Standard 1
Standard 1 Review (1607-1803) for the South Carolina US History EOC (Colonial America, Early National America)
Terms in this set (20)
Puritan governor of Massachusetts who referred to the colony as a city upon a hill
Puritan minister who was exiled from the Massachusetts colony for promoting religious freedom
Female religious leader who was exiled from the Massachusetts colony for leading Bible studies and challenging widely-held doctrines
A system of government regulation of colonial trade - chiefly used to discourage imports from other nations and their colonies
Laws passed by Parliament to control colonial trade in the British Empire - rarely enforced before the French and Indian War
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Charleston
What were the four largest port cities in the British colonies?
Although Parliament passed laws to regulate trade in the colonies, the British government observed this policy before the French and Indian War of not enforcing the laws very strictly and letting the colonists trade however they wished in practice.
The economy in the Southern colonies was based on the cultivation of this type of crop, which was grown to sell.
The economy in the Mid-Atlantic colonies was based on the cultivation of crops made to eat, such as corn and wheat.
Unlike the Mid-Atlantic and Southern colonies, whose economies were based primarily on agriculture, this region lacked good soil for commercial farming and developed an economy focused on shipping, fishing, and timber.
New England communities made decisions democratically at these meetings.
House of Burgesses
The first elected legislative assembly in the colonies, established in Virginia in 1619
This tolerant, pacifist religious minority settled in Pennsylvania.
This wealthy Quaker was given land in North America that would be estabished as a colony known as his namesake woods.
This colony, founded by Lord Baltimore as a haven for Catholics, passed an Act of Toleration for all Trinitarian Christians.
This system of Atlantic trade, named for a shape, was based around the cultivation of raw materials in the colonies to be traded for finished goods from Europe and slaves from Africa.
Colonists who settled in these colonies were the LEAST likely to have left England due to their religion and MOST likely to have come for economic reasons.
This colony was originally founded as a penal colony and a buffer against the Spanish.
Cotton (The cotton gin was invented in 1793)
Which of the following crops was NOT a prominent cash crop grown in the South during the colonial period?
Cotton, Indigo, Rice, Tobacco
Anglican (Church of England)
This Church was established in the Virginia and Carolina colonies, although other religious groups were often tolerated in practice.