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AP US History Chapter 4

William Berkeley
Governor of Virginia, during bacon's rebellion, questionable character
Nathaniel Bacon
rebelled because of Berkeley's friendliness with Indians, 29 year old free indentured servant, planter, led group of free indentured servants
Yarrow Mamout
Muslim brought to Maryland as a slave, bought his freedom, settled in Georgetown
William Bradford
governor of Plymouth colony
Matthew Hopkins
17th century witch hunter, watched suspects, death to hundreds of women
Indentured Servant
people working in america to pay off dept for 5-7 years
Slave codes
governed slaves how slaves could be treated, worst from barbados
headright system
in plantation colonies, encouraged indentured servitude, man payed for voyage of person and gained 50 acres of land
scolded parishioners for waning pity
middle passage
waterway that carried slave ships, horrifying, squished, high mortality rates
freedom dues
things an indentured servant would get when they worked off their dept
with hunting
bad things happening, people looked for scapegoat, accused people of being witches
Yankee ingenuity
stirve to be the best, nothing was going to hold us back, ready to meet every challenge
family stability
new england had most stability, there is mother, father, children, and grandparents in one house, still maintain relationship after children left
Bacon's rebellion
attackd and chased berkley out of jamestown, burned it
Leisler's rebellion
bloody insurance that rocked NYC between landholders and merchants
half-way covenant
baptized at birth weakened distinction between elect and others, halfway good person
African American
africans who were descendants of people who came from africa, any black person
New England Primer
book, reading book teaching people how to reach, about historical figures, morals/ethics, how to be a good citizen