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AP US History Chapter 2 Key people
Philip II
Francis Drake
Opechancanough
Lord Baltimore
(1527-1598) King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch…
famous English "Sea Dog"; first to circumnavigate the globe;
Powhatan's brother who became the head of the native confeder…
Founded the colony of Maryland and offered religious freedom…
Philip II
(1527-1598) King of Spain from 1556 to 1598. Absolute monarch…
Francis Drake
famous English "Sea Dog"; first to circumnavigate the globe;
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 2
Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
In 1634, Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore) was the son of…
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
A respected Puritan minister who believed that the individual…
This settlement has founded in 1636 by Roger Williams. (p. 29)
Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore
In 1634, Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore) was the son of…
Act of Toleration
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 2
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Jamestown
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
Colonies under the authority of individuals granted charters…
1607 Colony in Virginia, The first successful settlement in t…
corporate colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
royal colonies
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
AP US History Chapter 2
Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
In 1634, Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore) was the son of…
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
A respected Puritan minister who believed that the individual…
This settlement has founded in 1636 by Roger Williams. (p. 29)
Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore
In 1634, Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore) was the son of…
Act of Toleration
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
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AP US HISTORY CHAPTER 2
Chattel slavery
neo-Europes
encomienda
outwork
a system of bondage in which a salve has the legal status of…
where colonists sought to replicate, or at least approximate,…
a grant of Indian labor in Spanish America given in the sixte…
a system of manufacturing, merchants bought woodland then hir…
Chattel slavery
a system of bondage in which a salve has the legal status of…
neo-Europes
where colonists sought to replicate, or at least approximate,…
30 terms
Amsco AP US History Chapter 2
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
George Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
Colonies under the authority of individuals granted charters…
______________ wanted Maryland to be a wealthy colony as well…
corporate colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
royal colonies
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
Ap us history chapter 2
Lord De La Warr
Pocahontas
Powhatan
John Rolfe
Arrived in Jamestown in 1610, he was a veteran of the vicious…
Participated in a mock execution where she saved John Smith.…
An Indian chieftain who dominated the peoples in the James Ri…
The husband of Pocahontas became the father of the tobacco in…
Lord De La Warr
Arrived in Jamestown in 1610, he was a veteran of the vicious…
Pocahontas
Participated in a mock execution where she saved John Smith.…
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Amsco AP US History Chapter 2
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Chesapeake colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
Colonies under the authority of individuals granted charters…
composed of Maryland and Virginia (1632)
corporate colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
royal colonies
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
39 terms
AP US History Chapter 2
St. Augustine
Santa Fe
Popés Rebellion
Quebec
In 1865 Spain established a fort in St Augustine, making it t…
In 1610, the Spanish founded the town of Santa Fe and reestab…
As a prolonged drought threatened the survivors with extincti…
Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec in 1608. It was in a place…
St. Augustine
In 1865 Spain established a fort in St Augustine, making it t…
Santa Fe
In 1610, the Spanish founded the town of Santa Fe and reestab…
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AP US History Chapter 2.2-3
Joint-stock company colony type
Propreitorship
Royal
Charter
corporate colony
land given by the king to an individual or group
paid for and ruled directly by the monarchy
a document, issued by a sovereign or state, outlining the con…
Joint-stock company colony type
corporate colony
Propreitorship
land given by the king to an individual or group
AP US History Chapter 2
Roanoke
Spanish Armada
Joint-stock company
Jamestown
an attempt of colonizing in the New World by England which so…
a Spanish fleet of 160 ships that attempted to invade England
forerunner of modern corporation enabled a large number of in…
the first successful English settlement funded by the Virgini…
Roanoke
an attempt of colonizing in the New World by England which so…
Spanish Armada
a Spanish fleet of 160 ships that attempted to invade England
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AP US History Chapter 2
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
Was given control of the colony of Maryland, the first propri…
Granted religious freedom to all Christians in Maryland. When…
Respected Puritan minister that believed the individual's con…
Colony founded by Roger Williams in 1636. Was unique because…
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Was given control of the colony of Maryland, the first propri…
Act of Toleration
Granted religious freedom to all Christians in Maryland. When…
AP US HISTORY CHAPTER 2
Cecil Calvert/Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
Granted the colony of Maryland in 1632
Granted religious freedom to all Christians and called for th…
A respected Puritan minister who founded the settlement Provi…
Founded by Roger Williams in 1636, colony treated American In…
Cecil Calvert/Lord Baltimore
Granted the colony of Maryland in 1632
Act of Toleration
Granted religious freedom to all Christians and called for th…
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AP US History Chapter 2
chattel slavery
house of burgesses
elizabeth key
tribute colonies
the ownership of the human beings as property
was the first legislative assembly of elected representatives…
Her Mother was African Slave, and Father was free Englishman.…
These were created in Mexico and Peru which relied initially…
chattel slavery
the ownership of the human beings as property
house of burgesses
was the first legislative assembly of elected representatives…
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AP US History Chapter 2
Santa Fe
Jamestown
Quebec
Sir Francis Drake and the Sea Dogs
1st spanish settlement
1st English settlement
1st French settlement
wanted to spread Protestantism and seize Spanish treasure; ci…
Santa Fe
1st spanish settlement
Jamestown
1st English settlement
AP US History Chapter 2
Roanoke Island Colony
When was the Spanish Armada defeated?
British policy of Enclosure
Primogeniture
English colony led by Sir Walter Raleigh that disappeared whe…
1588
(fencing in land) for farming. This meant there was less or n…
1st born son inherits... ALL father's land. Therefore, younger s…
Roanoke Island Colony
English colony led by Sir Walter Raleigh that disappeared whe…
When was the Spanish Armada defeated?
1588
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AP US History Chapter 2
John Smith
House of Burgesses
Roger Williams
Puritan
(1580-June 21, 1631) was an English soldier, sailor, and auth…
the first elected legislative assembly in the New World estab…
(December 21, 1603-April 1, 1683) was an English theologian,…
any person seeking "purity" of worship and doctrine
John Smith
(1580-June 21, 1631) was an English soldier, sailor, and auth…
House of Burgesses
the first elected legislative assembly in the New World estab…
AP US History Chapter 2
chattel slavery
neo-Europes
encomienda
Columbian Exchange
a system of bondage in which a slave has the legal status of…
term for colonies in which colonists sought to replicate, or…
a grant of Indian labor in Spanish America given in the sixte…
the massive global exchange of living things between the East…
chattel slavery
a system of bondage in which a slave has the legal status of…
neo-Europes
term for colonies in which colonists sought to replicate, or…
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AP US History Chapter 2
Why did people emigrate to america
migration to america is high during
what did Sir Walter raleigh do?
what happened during the 1st attempt o…
to escape political repression or economic distress, seeking…
times of political turmoil, economic depression, and religiou…
he organized to attempts to establish english settlements in…
colonists gave up and returned to England
Why did people emigrate to america
to escape political repression or economic distress, seeking…
migration to america is high during
times of political turmoil, economic depression, and religiou…
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AP US History Chapter 2
Nationalism
Primogeniture
Joint-stock companies
Charter
Feelings of loyalty or duty to a country or nation.
A system giving all land and inheritances to the oldest male…
Groups of people who pool a small amount of their money toget…
License given to a person or a group of people to carry out a…
Nationalism
Feelings of loyalty or duty to a country or nation.
Primogeniture
A system giving all land and inheritances to the oldest male…
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 2
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Jamestown
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
Colonies under the authority of individuals granted charters…
1607 Colony in Virginia, The first successful settlement in t…
corporate colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
royal colonies
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
39 terms
AP US History Chapter 2
St. Augustine
Santa Fe
Popés Rebellion
Quebec
In 1865 Spain established a fort in _____________________ , m…
In 1610, the Spanish founded the town of ____________ and ree…
As a prolonged drought threatened the survivors with extincti…
Samuel de Champlain founded ___________ in 1608. It was in a…
St. Augustine
In 1865 Spain established a fort in _____________________ , m…
Santa Fe
In 1610, the Spanish founded the town of ____________ and ree…
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AP US History ID Sigs Chapter 2
Quebec and Montreal
Black Robes
Sugar
English population boom
1st two French colonies in the new world; founded in 1608 and…
Also known as the Jesuits, they came to New France to try and…
Sugar was one of the reasons for European colonization, as it…
When the English population doubled due to the increase of im…
Quebec and Montreal
1st two French colonies in the new world; founded in 1608 and…
Black Robes
Also known as the Jesuits, they came to New France to try and…
AP US HISTORY CHAPTER 2
Chattel slavery
neo-Europes
encomienda
outwork
a system of bondage in which a salve has the legal status of…
where colonists sought to replicate, or at least approximate,…
a grant of Indian labor in Spanish America given in the sixte…
a system of manufacturing, merchants bought woodland then hir…
Chattel slavery
a system of bondage in which a salve has the legal status of…
neo-Europes
where colonists sought to replicate, or at least approximate,…
AP US History (Brinkley): Chapter 2
The London Company
John Smith
"Starving Time"
John Rolfe
= Virginia Company... Led colonizing expedition to Jamestown, V…
Council President of Jamestown. Imposed work and order on com…
Winter of 1609-1610. New and weak arrivals to the colony, ill…
Began growing and marketing of Virginia's tobacco to England…
The London Company
= Virginia Company... Led colonizing expedition to Jamestown, V…
John Smith
Council President of Jamestown. Imposed work and order on com…
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AP US History - Chapter 2
Virginia company
Roanoke
A discourage concerning western planting
Enclosure movement
A private business organized who's shareholders include merch…
Island located off the North Carolina coast, a group of 100 s…
Written by the Protestant minister and scholar Richard Hakluy…
Eviction of small farmers and fenced in Commons previously op…
Virginia company
A private business organized who's shareholders include merch…
Roanoke
Island located off the North Carolina coast, a group of 100 s…
Ap us history chapter 2
Spanish in America
Colombian exchange in America
Colombian exchange in Europe
England and exploration
Spanish extracted wealth from America through tribute and for…
America gained domesticated animals, sugar cane, citrus and d…
Europe gained many fruits, vegetables and other food such as…
New diet diversity led to population growth. Church of Englan…
Spanish in America
Spanish extracted wealth from America through tribute and for…
Colombian exchange in America
America gained domesticated animals, sugar cane, citrus and d…
AP US history chapter 2&3 vocab & key people
Protestant reformation
Roanoke Island
Spanish Armada
primogeniture
movement to reform the catholic church launched by Martin Lut…
Island colony founded by Sir Walter Raleigh that mysteriously…
spanish fleet defeated in the english channel in 1588. it mar…
laws that state only the eldest sons we eligible to inherit l…
Protestant reformation
movement to reform the catholic church launched by Martin Lut…
Roanoke Island
Island colony founded by Sir Walter Raleigh that mysteriously…
AP US History Chapter 2
Charles II
Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina
Pennsylvania
Quakers
he quickly established a string of new settlements historians…
prescribed a manorial system with powerful nobility and a mas…
a refuge for Quakers
a radical Protestant sect that believed salvation was open to…
Charles II
he quickly established a string of new settlements historians…
Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina
prescribed a manorial system with powerful nobility and a mas…
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Chapter 2 AP US History
Tidewater
Low Country
Back Country
Seasoning
The area of "Chesapeake Bay" including the tidewater Virginia…
one part of 3 in English North America. Included the low coun…
Part of 3 sections of North America's South. A vast territory…
An illness newcomers to the Chesapeake area got. A period of…
Tidewater
The area of "Chesapeake Bay" including the tidewater Virginia…
Low Country
one part of 3 in English North America. Included the low coun…
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AP US History Chapter 2 .
The Gilded Age
Causes of Industrialization
Alexander Graham Bell
Thomas Edison
-Name given to the late 1800s due to the lavish spending and…
-Inventions improved transportation, communication, and produ…
-Inventor of the telephone.
-Greatest American inventor who produced the light bulb, phon…
The Gilded Age
-Name given to the late 1800s due to the lavish spending and…
Causes of Industrialization
-Inventions improved transportation, communication, and produ…
chapter 2 us history pre ap
Sir Walter Raleigh
Expand Protestantism, boost trade and…
Roanoke
the lost colony
Who wrote the Discourse of Western Planting?
Several advantages listed in the Discourse of Western Planting
_______ was referred to as the lost colony
Roanoke was referred to as ____ _______ ___________.
Sir Walter Raleigh
Who wrote the Discourse of Western Planting?
Expand Protestantism, boost trade and…
Several advantages listed in the Discourse of Western Planting
AP US History Chapter 2
St. Augustine
Santa Fe
Popés Rebellion
Quebec
In 1865 Spain established a fort in St Augustine, making it t…
In 1610, the Spanish founded the town of Santa Fe and reestab…
As a prolonged drought threatened the survivors with extincti…
Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec in 1608. It was in a place…
St. Augustine
In 1865 Spain established a fort in St Augustine, making it t…
Santa Fe
In 1610, the Spanish founded the town of Santa Fe and reestab…
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AP US History Ch 2 Transplantations and Borderlands
Anne Hutchinson
Antinomianism
Bacon's Rebellion
Dominion of New England (p.63)
A Puritan woman who was well learned that disagreed with the…
An interpretation of Puritan beliefs that stressed God's gift…
A rebellion lead by Nathaniel Bacon with backcountry farmers…
1686 - The British government combined the colonies of Massac…
Anne Hutchinson
A Puritan woman who was well learned that disagreed with the…
Antinomianism
An interpretation of Puritan beliefs that stressed God's gift…
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Chapter 2 Ap Us History
Charter
Joint stock company
Royal colonies
Corporate colonies
A document granting special privileges
Practical method for financing the costly and risky enterpris…
Were to be under the direct authority and rule of the Kings g…
Operated by joint stock companies at least during these colon…
Charter
A document granting special privileges
Joint stock company
Practical method for financing the costly and risky enterpris…
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Amsco AP US History Chapter 2
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Chesapeake colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
Colonies under the authority of individuals granted charters…
The now divided area once known as the Virginia company; comp…
corporate colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
royal colonies
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
49 terms
Amsco AP US History Chapter 2
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
chesapeake colonies
colonies operated by joint-stock companies, at least during t…
colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
colonies under the authority of individuals granted charters…
located on either side of the chesapeake bay, chartered by ki…
corporate colonies
colonies operated by joint-stock companies, at least during t…
royal colonies
colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
Chapter 2 AP US History
Protestant Reformation
Roanoke Island
Spanish Armada
primogeniture
Movement to reform the Catholic Church launched in Germany by…
Sir Walter Raleigh's failed colonial settlement off the coast…
Spanish fleet defeated in the English Channel in 1588
Legal Principle that the oldest son inherits all property and…
Protestant Reformation
Movement to reform the Catholic Church launched in Germany by…
Roanoke Island
Sir Walter Raleigh's failed colonial settlement off the coast…
64 terms
AP US History Chapter 2
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
The king gave lord Baltimore control over maryland (1st propr…
in 1649, Calvert made the act of toleration which granted rel…
Went to Boston in 1631 as a respected Puritan minister
settled/ created by Roger Williams who was a Puritan in 1636
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
The king gave lord Baltimore control over maryland (1st propr…
Act of Toleration
in 1649, Calvert made the act of toleration which granted rel…
12 terms
AP US History Chapter 2
John Smith
House of Burgesses
Roger Williams
Puritan
(1580-June 21, 1631) was an English soldier, sailor, and auth…
the first elected legislative assembly in the New World estab…
(December 21, 1603-April 1, 1683) was an English theologian,…
any person seeking "purity" of worship and doctrine
John Smith
(1580-June 21, 1631) was an English soldier, sailor, and auth…
House of Burgesses
the first elected legislative assembly in the New World estab…
27 terms
AP US History Chapter 2
chattel slavery
neo-Europes
encomienda
Columbian Exchange
A system of bondage in which a slave has the legal status of…
Term for colonies in which colonists sought to replicate, or…
A grant of Indian labor in Spanish America given in the 16th…
The massive global exchange of living things, including peopl…
chattel slavery
A system of bondage in which a slave has the legal status of…
neo-Europes
Term for colonies in which colonists sought to replicate, or…
AP US HISTORY CHAPTER 2
Chattel slavery
neo-Europes
encomienda
outwork
a system of bondage in which a salve has the legal status of…
where colonists sought to replicate, or at least approximate,…
a grant of Indian labor in Spanish America given in the sixte…
a system of manufacturing, merchants bought woodland then hir…
Chattel slavery
a system of bondage in which a salve has the legal status of…
neo-Europes
where colonists sought to replicate, or at least approximate,…
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AP US History Chapter 2 Multiple Choice
Queen Elizabeth I
Ireland
dominance of the Atlantic Ocean and a…
was undergoing rapid economic and soci…
After decades of religious turmoil, Protestantism finally gai…
Imperial England and English soldiers developed a contemptuou…
England's victory over the Spanish Armada gave it
At the time of the first colonization efforts, England
Queen Elizabeth I
After decades of religious turmoil, Protestantism finally gai…
Ireland
Imperial England and English soldiers developed a contemptuou…
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AP US History chapter 2
Protestant Reformation
Roanoke Island
Spanish armada
Primogeniture
Date:16th century... Description: schism from the Roman Catholic…
Date:1588... Description:1st attempt by the English to create a…
Date:1588... Description: The great fleet sent by Philip the sec…
Date:1600s... Description: only the Eldest sons were eligible to…
Protestant Reformation
Date:16th century... Description: schism from the Roman Catholic…
Roanoke Island
Date:1588... Description:1st attempt by the English to create a…
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AP US History Chapter 2
Pocahontas
Powhatan
Handsome Lake
John Rolfe
a Powhatan woman (the daughter of Powhatan) who befriended th…
Indian chief and founder of the Powhatan confederacy of tribe…
Seneca religious leader of the Iroquois people. (1735-1815)
Early English settler of North America. He created the first…
Pocahontas
a Powhatan woman (the daughter of Powhatan) who befriended th…
Powhatan
Indian chief and founder of the Powhatan confederacy of tribe…
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AP US history Chapter 2 - Cause and Effect
The English victory over the Spanish A…
The English law of primogeniture
The enclosing of English pastures and…
De La Warr's brutal Irish tactics in V…
Enabled England to gain control of the North Atlantic sea-lanes
Led many younger sons of the gentry to seek their fortunes in…
Forced numerous laborers off the land and sent them looking f…
Led to the two Anglo-Powhatan wars that virtually exterminate…
The English victory over the Spanish A…
Enabled England to gain control of the North Atlantic sea-lanes
The English law of primogeniture
Led many younger sons of the gentry to seek their fortunes in…
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AP US History - Key Terms Chapter 2: American Experiments 1521-1700
Chattel Slavery
Neo-Europes
Encomienda
Columbian Exchange
A system of bondage in which a slave has the legal status of…
Terms for colonies in which colonies sought to replicate, or…
A grant of Indian labor in Spanish America given in the sixte…
The massive global exchange of living things, including peopl…
Chattel Slavery
A system of bondage in which a slave has the legal status of…
Neo-Europes
Terms for colonies in which colonies sought to replicate, or…
45 terms
AP US History Chapter 2
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Chesapeake colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
Colonies under the authority of individuals granted charters…
composed of Maryland and Virginia (1632)
corporate colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies during the early y…
royal colonies
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
64 terms
AMSCO AP US History Chapter 2
Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
In 1634, Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore) was the son of…
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
A respected Puritan minister who believed that the individual…
This settlement has founded in 1636 by Roger Williams. (p. 29)
Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore
In 1634, Cecil Calvert (Second Lord Baltimore) was the son of…
Act of Toleration
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
12 terms
AP US History Chapter 2
John Smith
House of Burgesses
Roger Williams
Puritan
(1580-June 21, 1631) was an English soldier, sailor, and auth…
the first elected legislative assembly in the New World estab…
(December 21, 1603-April 1, 1683) was an English theologian,…
any person seeking "purity" of worship and doctrine
John Smith
(1580-June 21, 1631) was an English soldier, sailor, and auth…
House of Burgesses
the first elected legislative assembly in the New World estab…
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