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United States History - Chapter 3
blockhouse
General Assembly
governor
plantation
A building used for protection from attack; fort.
A group that makes laws for a larger group
A person chosen to lead a group of people within a given area…
A large farm that grows huge amounts of a certain crop
blockhouse
A building used for protection from attack; fort.
General Assembly
A group that makes laws for a larger group
22 terms
United States History Chapter 3
Mercantilism
Balance of Trade
Parliament
Navigation Acts
An economic system in which a nations seek to increase their…
The difference in value between a country's imports and expor…
The legislative body of England.
A series of laws enacted by Parliament, beginning in 1651, to…
Mercantilism
An economic system in which a nations seek to increase their…
Balance of Trade
The difference in value between a country's imports and expor…
30 terms
BJU United States History Chapter 3
Great Wagon Road
Scots-Irish & Germans
Old Iroquois Indian Trail
Pennsylvania Dutch
provided access to the backcountry connecting Virginia and Ge…
Two largest groups of non-English settlers where the majority…
Great Wagon Road
German settlers who settled in Pennsylvania
Great Wagon Road
provided access to the backcountry connecting Virginia and Ge…
Scots-Irish & Germans
Two largest groups of non-English settlers where the majority…
31 terms
BJU United States History Chapter 3
Great Wagon Road
Scots-Irish
Old Iroquois Indian Trail
Pennsylvania Dutch
Old Iroquois Indian trail that provided access to the backcou…
non-English settlers of Presbyterian Scottish people from Uls…
Great Wagon Road
settlers from Germany who settled in Pennsylvania
Great Wagon Road
Old Iroquois Indian trail that provided access to the backcou…
Scots-Irish
non-English settlers of Presbyterian Scottish people from Uls…
31 terms
United States History Chapter 3 English Colonies Are Created
Blockhouse
Governor
Plantation
General assembly
A building used for protection from attack; fort.
A person chosen to lead a group of people within a given area…
A large farm that grows huge amounts of a certain crop.
A group that makes laws for a larger group.
Blockhouse
A building used for protection from attack; fort.
Governor
A person chosen to lead a group of people within a given area…
35 terms
BJU United States History Chapter 3
Great Wagon Road
Scots-Irish & Germans
Old Iroquois Indian Trail
Pennsylvania Dutch
provided access to the backcountry connecting Virginia and Ge…
Two largest groups of non-English settlers where the majority…
Great Wagon Road
German settlers who settled in Pennsylvania
Great Wagon Road
provided access to the backcountry connecting Virginia and Ge…
Scots-Irish & Germans
Two largest groups of non-English settlers where the majority…
47 terms
AGS United States History Chapter 3
Jamestown
Captain John Smith
blockhouse
governor
first English settlement in North America to survive, settled…
Leader who saved the Jamestown colony who by putting in place…
building used for protection from attack; a small fort
person chosen to lead a group of people within a given area,…
Jamestown
first English settlement in North America to survive, settled…
Captain John Smith
Leader who saved the Jamestown colony who by putting in place…
16 terms
United States History Chapter 3
Chronology
Primary Source
Secondary Source
Point of View
the order of events
Original material from a time period being studied
an account of an event written by someone who did not witness…
a particular attitude about someone or something
Chronology
the order of events
Primary Source
Original material from a time period being studied
49 terms
World History Chapter 3
Indo-Europeans
Steppes
Migration
Hittites
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
The movement of people or animals from one region to another.
A Indo-European people group who lived in Anatolia, modern da…
Indo-Europeans
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
Steppes
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
History Chapter 3
minting
caravan
barter
Jordan
the process of making coins
a group of people traveling together with pack animals
trade conducted by giving goods for other desired goods
most important river in Israel
minting
the process of making coins
caravan
a group of people traveling together with pack animals
35 terms
United States History Chapter 3
Wilmot Priviso
Free-Soil Party
Compromise of 1850
Popular Sovereignty
A ban on slavery in any territory that the United States gain…
People who wanted to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
1. California enters the Union as a free state.... 2. Slavery is…
In other territories aqquired from Mexico, voters would decid…
Wilmot Priviso
A ban on slavery in any territory that the United States gain…
Free-Soil Party
People who wanted to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
United States History Chapter 3
Scots-Irish
"Great Wagon Road"
Pennsylvania Dutch
"colonial style" architecture
Scottish Presbyterians who had been transplanted to northern…
An early Pioneer route through the Appalachians; this main No…
German-speaking Protestants who settled in Pennsylvania
steep gabled roofs, tall brick chimneys, brick arches over do…
Scots-Irish
Scottish Presbyterians who had been transplanted to northern…
"Great Wagon Road"
An early Pioneer route through the Appalachians; this main No…
4th history Chapter 3
Mexico
New Mexico
Texas
Florida
Mexico
New Mexico
BJU United States History Chapter 3
What were the two largest groups of no…
For what two reasons did Ulster's men…
What route did immigrants use to get t…
What is a person who occupies land wit…
Scotch-Irish and Germans (p. 48)
economic hardship and religious persecution (p. 48)
down the Shenandoah Valley and the "Great Philadelphia Wagon…
a squatter (p. 49)
What were the two largest groups of no…
Scotch-Irish and Germans (p. 48)
For what two reasons did Ulster's men…
economic hardship and religious persecution (p. 48)
12 terms
History 7 Chapter 3
charter
joint-stock company
headright
burgess
a document granting the recipient the right to settle a colony
a company in which investors buy stock in return for a share…
a 50 acre grant of land given to colonial settlers who paid t…
elected representative to an assembly
charter
a document granting the recipient the right to settle a colony
joint-stock company
a company in which investors buy stock in return for a share…
Chapter 3 History Vocabulary
religion
persecute
Roman Catholic Church
clergy
a set of spiritual beliefs, values, and practices
to cause a person to suffer because of his or her beliefs
the Christian church headed by the pope in Rome
the body of people, such as priests, who perform the sacred f…
religion
a set of spiritual beliefs, values, and practices
persecute
to cause a person to suffer because of his or her beliefs
38 terms
United States History and Geography Chapter 3
duty
recession
explicit
occupy
a tax on imports
an economic slowdown
fully revealed or expressed and leaving no question as to mea…
to take control or possession of a location
duty
a tax on imports
recession
an economic slowdown
31 terms
World History - Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Indo-Europeans
steppes
migration
Hittites
Nomadic peoples with shared language
dry grasslands that stretches north of the Caucasus mountains
movements of a people from one region to another
Indo-European speakers who settled in Anatolia, later formed…
Indo-Europeans
Nomadic peoples with shared language
steppes
dry grasslands that stretches north of the Caucasus mountains
11 terms
World History - Chapter 3
Caste
Polytheistic
Brahman
Mystics
In traditional Indian society, an unchangeable social group i…
They believed in many gods.
The belief system established by Aryans in India. The single…
Individuals who devote their lives to seeking spiritual truths.
Caste
In traditional Indian society, an unchangeable social group i…
Polytheistic
They believed in many gods.
16 terms
Chapter 3 History
Jamestown
Boston
Rhode Island
New York City
England's 1st permanent colony in the New World
Main Puritan CIty
Roger Williams founded this colony
Most populated city in the US today
Jamestown
England's 1st permanent colony in the New World
Boston
Main Puritan CIty
30 terms
BJU United States History Chapter 3
Great Wagon Road
Scots-Irish & Germans
Old Iroquois Indian Trail
Pennsylvania Dutch
provided access to the backcountry connecting Virginia and Ge…
Two largest groups of non-English settlers where the majority…
Great Wagon Road
German settlers who settled in Pennsylvania
Great Wagon Road
provided access to the backcountry connecting Virginia and Ge…
Scots-Irish & Germans
Two largest groups of non-English settlers where the majority…
US History Chapter 3 -AC
tobacco
indigo
plantation
frontier
The Jamestown settlers soon began growing large quantities of…
A plant used to make valuable blue dye
a large farm
Land not yet settled by people
tobacco
The Jamestown settlers soon began growing large quantities of…
indigo
A plant used to make valuable blue dye
American History Chapter 3
physical features
landform
barriers
Rocky Mountains
a natural feature on the earth's surface, such as a mountain…
valley, mountain, lakes, plains
natural land or climate features that slow or stop travel and…
mountains with tall, rugged peaks found in the western US
physical features
a natural feature on the earth's surface, such as a mountain…
landform
valley, mountain, lakes, plains
10 terms
Chapter 3 United States History
According to the theory of Mercantilis…
What was the purpose of Navigation Acts
Salutary Neglect lead the colonies to…
When indentured servants decreased the…
Exports are Greater than imports
restrict colonial trade
desire self-government
increased
According to the theory of Mercantilis…
Exports are Greater than imports
What was the purpose of Navigation Acts
restrict colonial trade
AL HISTORY CHAPTER 3
fossil
artifact
migrate
paleontologist
the preserved remains of a plant or animal from long ago.
an object that was made and used by people long ago
to move from one place to settle in another
a scientist who learns about the past by studying fossils
fossil
the preserved remains of a plant or animal from long ago.
artifact
an object that was made and used by people long ago
11 terms
American History Chapter 3
John Winthrop
Thomas Hooker
Roger Williams
John Elliot
Served as the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay colony
Founder of Connecticut
Founded Rhode Island
Apostle to the Indians, printed the first bible in America
John Winthrop
Served as the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay colony
Thomas Hooker
Founder of Connecticut
World History Chapter 3
Aryans
Vedas
Brahmin
Caste
A light skinned, tall, semi-nomadic group of herders who orig…
This is a collection of four, Aryan, religious texts which sh…
They were Aryan priests, and the most respected of the four m…
This was a term coined by 15th c. Portuguese explorers to exp…
Aryans
A light skinned, tall, semi-nomadic group of herders who orig…
Vedas
This is a collection of four, Aryan, religious texts which sh…
26 terms
History: Chapter 3
terrain
expedition
mission
conquistadores
an area of land
trip made for a special reason, such as to explore a place or…
a religious settlement
conquerers
terrain
an area of land
expedition
trip made for a special reason, such as to explore a place or…
World History Chapter 3
Indo-Europeans
Steppes
Migration
Hittites
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
The movement of people or animals from one region to another.
A Indo-European people group who lived in Anatolia, modern da…
Indo-Europeans
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
Steppes
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
26 terms
Chapter 3 - World History
conquistador
Hernán Cortés
Tenochtitlán
Malinche
a Spanish explorer who claimed lands in the Americas for Spai…
conquistador who landed in Mexico in 1519 and took over the A…
the capital of the Aztec empire
a young Indian woman who served as translator and advisor to…
conquistador
a Spanish explorer who claimed lands in the Americas for Spai…
Hernán Cortés
conquistador who landed in Mexico in 1519 and took over the A…
29 terms
History Chapter 3 (pictures)
Hudson's Bay Company
Mackenzie River
Niagara Falls
Klondike Gold Rush
Canada's oldest business
Canada's longest river
one of the world's most beautiful waterfalls
the event that made the Yukon first famous
Hudson's Bay Company
Canada's oldest business
Mackenzie River
Canada's longest river
World History Chapter 3
Indo-Europeans
Steppes
Migration
Hittites
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
The movement of people or animals from one region to another.
A Indo-European people group who lived in Anatolia, modern da…
Indo-Europeans
These people are thought to have been a nomadic tribe who cam…
Steppes
A dry grassland that is found north of the Caucasus Mountains…
10 terms
History of Our United States -- Chapter 3
Sequoya
Jim Thorpe
Roger Williams
David Brainerd
Cherokee who developed the only know Indian alphabet of his t…
Native American who, in 1950, was voted the greatest athlete…
missionary who made friends with the Indians by treating them…
young missionary who gave his life to take the gospel to the…
Sequoya
Cherokee who developed the only know Indian alphabet of his t…
Jim Thorpe
Native American who, in 1950, was voted the greatest athlete…
20 terms
U.S. History Chapter 3
John Smith
charter
Joint-stock company
Sir Walter Raleigh
Helped Jamestown survive. Encourage settlers to work harder f…
a document granting the recipient the right to settle a colony
a company in which investors buy stock in a the company in re…
In 1584, he sent an expedition that landed in present-day Vir…
John Smith
Helped Jamestown survive. Encourage settlers to work harder f…
charter
a document granting the recipient the right to settle a colony
54 terms
United States History Chapter 3
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
James Oglethorpe
The first colony in America; set up in 1607
The strict leader of Jamestown who said, "If you don't work,…
a Powhatan woman (the daughter of Powhatan) who befriended th…
founder of Georgia in 1733; soldier, statesman , philanthropi…
Jamestown
The first colony in America; set up in 1607
John Smith
The strict leader of Jamestown who said, "If you don't work,…
28 terms
World History Chapter 3
Fertile Crescent
silt
irrigation
canals
a large arc of rich, or fertile farmland extending from the P…
mixture of rich soil and tiny rockes
way of supplying water to an area of land
human-made waterways
Fertile Crescent
a large arc of rich, or fertile farmland extending from the P…
silt
mixture of rich soil and tiny rockes
11 terms
United States History Chapter 3 Vocab
economy
export
frontier
barter
the way goods, wealth, and services are created and usedbarter
to send goods to another region or country
a newly settled or lightly settled area just outside an area…
to trade a product or service for another product or service
economy
the way goods, wealth, and services are created and usedbarter
export
to send goods to another region or country
History Chapter 3: The Events of Confederation
Conference
Federal
Indian
The Charlottetown Conference
A meeting for discussion of information or ideas
Relating to a system that has a central government as well as…
The historic term for First Nations people. Though we now use…
In September 1864, the Maritime colonies held a conference in…
Conference
A meeting for discussion of information or ideas
Federal
Relating to a system that has a central government as well as…
My World History Chapter 3
Mesopotamia
Fertile Crescent
Barter
polytheism
"land between the rivers"... flat plain between the Tigris and E…
A crescent shaped area of fertile land in the Middle East
A form of trade in which people exchange goods and services w…
Belief in many gods
Mesopotamia
"land between the rivers"... flat plain between the Tigris and E…
Fertile Crescent
A crescent shaped area of fertile land in the Middle East
42 terms
Chapter 3 United Staes History
What country provided the most settler…
What was the largest city in colonial…
What group of colonies became known fo…
What was the official church of the so…
England
Philadelphia
New England
The Anglican Church
What country provided the most settler…
England
What was the largest city in colonial…
Philadelphia
27 terms
HISTORY VOCAB CHAPTER 3
ENCOUNTER
EMPIRE
MONARCH
RENAISSANCE
A meeting
The conquered lands of many people and places governed by one…
A king or queen
A French word meaning "rebirth" used to name a time of advanc…
ENCOUNTER
A meeting
EMPIRE
The conquered lands of many people and places governed by one…
9 terms
History Alive! The United States Through Industrialism Chapter 3 (Vocab)
cash crops
democratic
slave trade
indentured servant
tobacco, sugar, and cotton, raised in large quantities in ord…
Ruled by the people.
the business of capturing, transporting, and selling people
a person who works for another person without pay but in exch…
cash crops
tobacco, sugar, and cotton, raised in large quantities in ord…
democratic
Ruled by the people.
13 terms
History Vocab Chapter 3
pony express
telegraph
transcontinental railroad
pioneer
service begon in 1860 that used a relay of riders on horses t…
device that sends messages through wires using electricity
rail road that crosses a continent the first Transcontintel r…
early setter of a region
pony express
service begon in 1860 that used a relay of riders on horses t…
telegraph
device that sends messages through wires using electricity
22 terms
United States History Chapter 3
Mercantilism
Balance of Trade
Parliament
Navigation Acts
An economic system in which a nations seek to increase their…
The difference in value between a country's imports and expor…
The legislative body of England.
A series of laws enacted by Parliament, beginning in 1651, to…
Mercantilism
An economic system in which a nations seek to increase their…
Balance of Trade
The difference in value between a country's imports and expor…
17 terms
History Chapter 3 VOCAB
Mesopotamia
floodplain
silt
semiarid
(land between the rivers) The region between the Tigris and E…
the flat area around a river that is covered with sediment as…
Rich fertile soil good for farming; usually deposited by rive…
Having little rainfall and warm temperatures
Mesopotamia
(land between the rivers) The region between the Tigris and E…
floodplain
the flat area around a river that is covered with sediment as…
Chapter 3 - World History
Stone Age
Paleolithic Age
Nomadic
Technology
Time when people used stone tools and weapons
Earliest part of the Stone Age
Those who moved regularly from place to place to survive
Use of tools and methods to perform tasks
Stone Age
Time when people used stone tools and weapons
Paleolithic Age
Earliest part of the Stone Age
7 terms
Vocabulary Chapter 3 World History
Minoan civilization
Mycenaean civilization
Dorians
Homer
earliest civilization in Aegean region located on Crete; love…
located on mainland Greece, favored military culture
1200 BC northern invaders conquered Mycenaeans
Greek poet; author of Iliad and Odyssey
Minoan civilization
earliest civilization in Aegean region located on Crete; love…
Mycenaean civilization
located on mainland Greece, favored military culture
21 terms
Chapter 3 Montana History Vocab
Society
Culture
Immigration
Indigenous
a large group of people who live in a particular place speak…
a shared system of behaviors attitudes and understanding
people moving to a new country
native to particular land indigenous rights are the right of…
Society
a large group of people who live in a particular place speak…
Culture
a shared system of behaviors attitudes and understanding
24 terms
AP History Chapter 3 Terms
Cotton Mather
The Enlightenment
Covenant
Triangular Trade
*One of colonial New England's most eminent clergyman
"Age of Reason" A movement that emphasized science and reason…
A solemn agreement between people or between God and man invo…
Commerce linking Africa, the New World colonies, and Europe;…
Cotton Mather
*One of colonial New England's most eminent clergyman
The Enlightenment
"Age of Reason" A movement that emphasized science and reason…
Chapter 3 World History
India
Harappa and Mohenjo Daro
Vedas
Brahmins
On Indian subcontinent; cut off from Asia by Himalayan Mts.
Major Cities at were well planned with wide roads, water syst…
Aryans great works of religious literature
Priest who conduct Indo-Aryan religious rituals
India
On Indian subcontinent; cut off from Asia by Himalayan Mts.
Harappa and Mohenjo Daro
Major Cities at were well planned with wide roads, water syst…
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