the first colony in america; set up in 1607 along the James river in virginia.
a colonist whoo recived free passage to north america in exchange for working without pay for a certain number of years.
an attack led by Nathaniel Bacon against American Indians and the colonial government in Virginia
Toleration act of 1649
a Maryland law that made restricting the religious of Christians a crime; The first law gauranteing religious freedom to be passed in America.
laws passed in the colonies to control slaves
Protestants who wanted to reform the Church of England
a member of a puritan separitist sect thst left England in the early 1600's to settle in the America's.
(1620)a document written by the Pilgrims establishing themselves as a political society and setting guidelines for self-government.
publicly discussed religious ideas that some leaders thought werew radical.
society of friends; protestant sect founded in 1640s in england whose members believed that salvation was available to all people
crops that are continuously in demand
what the colonists sold
English Bill of Rights
a shift of political power from the british monarchy to parliament
a religious movement that became widespread in the American colonies in the 1730s and 1740s
(c.1720-1769) Ottawa chief who united the Great Lakes' Indians to try to halt the advance of European settlements, he attacked British forts in a rebellion known as Pontiac's Rebellion; he eventually surrendered in 1766.