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United States History Chapter 4
Jonathon Edwards
Established Denominations
Elizabethan Settlement
Puritans
"Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
Denominations that enjoyed state support and protection.
A creed from Queen Elizabeth that the church of England shoul…
A group of Anglicans in England who wanted to purify their ch…
Jonathon Edwards
"Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
Established Denominations
Denominations that enjoyed state support and protection.
25 terms
Holt McDougal United States History Chapter 4
First Continental Congress
Patriots
minutemen
Redcoats
A meeting of colonial delegates in Philadelphia to decide hot…
American colonists who fought for independence from Britain d…
American militia members ready to fight at a minute's notice
British soldiers who fought against the colonists, wore red c…
First Continental Congress
A meeting of colonial delegates in Philadelphia to decide hot…
Patriots
American colonists who fought for independence from Britain d…
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World History - Chapter 4
Siddhartha Gautama
Confucius
Shi Huangdi
Han Dynasty
Buddhism's founder (also known as the Buddha)
China's most influential philospher
unified China & built The Great Wall
dynasty in China responsible for the Silk Road
Siddhartha Gautama
Buddhism's founder (also known as the Buddha)
Confucius
China's most influential philospher
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US HISTORY CHAPTER 4
Townshend Acts
Boston Massacre
Committees of Correspondence
Boston Tea Party
Parliament was indirectly taxing the colonists on imported go…
5 Colonist killed in Boston by British troupes
Communication network of all the 13 colonies about British th…
The dumping of 18,000 lbs of tea into Boston Harbor by coloni…
Townshend Acts
Parliament was indirectly taxing the colonists on imported go…
Boston Massacre
5 Colonist killed in Boston by British troupes
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AGS United States History Chapter 4
complex
cultural
delegate
independence
something that has many details or parts
having to do with the arts
a person elected to serve in government
ability to take care of oneself
complex
something that has many details or parts
cultural
having to do with the arts
25 terms
Mion Holt McDougal United States History Chapter 4
First Continental Congress
Patriots
minutemen
Redcoats
A meeting of colonial delegates in Philadelphia to decide hot…
American colonists who fought for independence from Britain d…
American militia members ready to fight at a minute's notice
British soldiers who fought against the colonists, wore red c…
First Continental Congress
A meeting of colonial delegates in Philadelphia to decide hot…
Patriots
American colonists who fought for independence from Britain d…
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United States History Chapter 4
ally
cede
proclamation
representation
a nation that joins with other nations for the same cause
to surrender something
an official government annoucement
a person selected to act for others
ally
a nation that joins with other nations for the same cause
cede
to surrender something
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Chapter 4-American History
Independence
responsibility
delegates
legislatures
Ability to take care of oneself
The need to complete duties
A person elected to serve in government
Group of people elected to make LAWS
Independence
Ability to take care of oneself
responsibility
The need to complete duties
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History Terms Chapter 4
Wild Turkey
Ben Franklin
Black Bear
Hopewell Indians
has a heavy body and resembles a pheasant.
founding father of the United States
one of the biggest mammals in the Eastern Woodlands is the
one of the earliest American
Wild Turkey
has a heavy body and resembles a pheasant.
Ben Franklin
founding father of the United States
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Holt McDougal United States History Chapter 4
First Continental Congress
Patriots
minutemen
Redcoats
A meeting of colonial delegates in Philadelphia to decide hot…
American colonists who fought for independence from Britain d…
American militia members ready to fight at a minute's notice
British soldiers who fought against the colonists, wore red c…
First Continental Congress
A meeting of colonial delegates in Philadelphia to decide hot…
Patriots
American colonists who fought for independence from Britain d…
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History Chapter 4 Vocabulary
wilderness
merchants
charter
Common House
wild. empty land that has not been settled
businessmen
an official permit to start a settlement
combination of a house, fort and church
wilderness
wild. empty land that has not been settled
merchants
businessmen
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The History of Our United States CHAPTER 4
Roanoke
Virginia Dare
King James I
The London Company
Sir Walter Raleigh's colony in America known as "The Lost Col…
The first English child born in America.
Reopened England's efforts to establish a colony in America.
A group of merchants or businessmen who agreed to finance the…
Roanoke
Sir Walter Raleigh's colony in America known as "The Lost Col…
Virginia Dare
The first English child born in America.
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Storch - US History Chapter 4
Elizabethan Settlement
Puritans
Low Church Anglicans
Separatists
term applied to English parliamentary laws passed early in El…
a group of Anglicans in England who wanted to purify their ch…
agreed doctrinally with the Puritans but saw no problems with…
people who wanted to have a separate, or different church, al…
Elizabethan Settlement
term applied to English parliamentary laws passed early in El…
Puritans
a group of Anglicans in England who wanted to purify their ch…
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US History Chapter 4
Tobacco
Virginia
John Smith
Pocahontas
a plant people smoke
a state in the USA
The hero and leader of Jamestown, saved by Pocahontas
saved John Smith
Tobacco
a plant people smoke
Virginia
a state in the USA
US History Chapter 4
Articles of Confederation
Northwest Territory
Northwest Ordinance
Alexander Hamilton
A weak constitution that governed America during the Revoluti…
the vast territory of land that included present-day Illinois…
Significant achievement of the Articles of Confederation: est…
First secretary of the treasury
Articles of Confederation
A weak constitution that governed America during the Revoluti…
Northwest Territory
the vast territory of land that included present-day Illinois…
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US HISTORY CHAPTER 4
Townshend Acts
Boston Massacre
Committees of Correspondence
Boston Tea Party
Parliament was indirectly taxing the colonists on imported go…
5 Colonist killed in Boston by British troupes
Communication network of all the 13 colonies about British th…
The dumping of 18,000 lbs of tea into Boston Harbor by coloni…
Townshend Acts
Parliament was indirectly taxing the colonists on imported go…
Boston Massacre
5 Colonist killed in Boston by British troupes
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History Alive Chapter 4
New World
Age of Exploration
explorers
artifacts
The European name for lands in the Western Hemisphere, includ…
A time in history when people from Europe traveled to faraway…
people who travel to new and unfamiliar places in order to le…
objects made by groups of humans, such as tools and clothes
New World
The European name for lands in the Western Hemisphere, includ…
Age of Exploration
A time in history when people from Europe traveled to faraway…
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US History Chapter 4
Tobacco
Virginia
John Smith
Pocahontas
a plant people smoke
a state in the USA
The hero and leader of Jamestown, saved by Pocahontas
saved John Smith
Tobacco
a plant people smoke
Virginia
a state in the USA
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US History Chapter 4 - AC
constitution
Sacajawea
debt
Manifest Destiny
A written plan of government
native american woman who served as a guide an interpreter fo…
Amount of money that you owe
1800s belief that Americans had the right to spread across th…
constitution
A written plan of government
Sacajawea
native american woman who served as a guide an interpreter fo…
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US History Chapter 4
Roman Catholic Church
Protestant Church
Puritans
Separatists
The Christians who follow the rules of the Roman Church
A church which believes in the Bible, but does not follow Rome
People who believe in the pure church, and make it simple and…
Didn't want to be a part of the Church of England
Roman Catholic Church
The Christians who follow the rules of the Roman Church
Protestant Church
A church which believes in the Bible, but does not follow Rome
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History Vocabulary Chapter 4
reinforcements
stronghold
treaty
surrender
- additional soldiers used to back up an army.
- a place, such as a military base, that is well protected fr…
- an agreement to end fighting.
- to give up.
reinforcements
- additional soldiers used to back up an army.
stronghold
- a place, such as a military base, that is well protected fr…
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US History Chapter 4
Roman Catholic Church
Protestant Church
Puritans
Separatists
The Christians who follow the rules of the Roman Church
A church which believes in the Bible, but does not follow Rome
People who believe in the pure church, and make it simple and…
Didn't want to be a part of the Church of England
Roman Catholic Church
The Christians who follow the rules of the Roman Church
Protestant Church
A church which believes in the Bible, but does not follow Rome
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World History Chapter 4
Hyksos
New Kingdom
Hatshepsut
Thutmose III
After a series of weak pharaohs Egypt was invaded and conquer…
This was the Kingdom that was set up after the Hyksos were dr…
She was a New Kingdom Pharaoh that took power when her husban…
The step-son of Hatshepsut, the female pharaoh, who ruled in…
Hyksos
After a series of weak pharaohs Egypt was invaded and conquer…
New Kingdom
This was the Kingdom that was set up after the Hyksos were dr…
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Minnesota History Chapter 4
Wigwam
Birchbark
Migration
Wild Rice
a round dwelling made out of poles and saplings and covered w…
the bark, or outer covering, of a birch tree ... In Ojibwe: wigw…
the process of moving from one region or country to another.
a tall grass that grows in shallow, still waters. The edible…
Wigwam
a round dwelling made out of poles and saplings and covered w…
Birchbark
the bark, or outer covering, of a birch tree ... In Ojibwe: wigw…
History Alive Chapter 4
New World
Age of Exploration
explorers
artifacts
The European name for lands in the Western Hemisphere, includ…
A time in history when people from Europe traveled to faraway…
people who travel to new and unfamiliar places in order to le…
objects made by groups of humans, such as tools and clothes
New World
The European name for lands in the Western Hemisphere, includ…
Age of Exploration
A time in history when people from Europe traveled to faraway…
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History Chapter 4 GL
Backcountry
Subsistence Farming
Triangular Trade
Navigation Acts
colonial region- along the Appalachian Mountains through west…
a farm that produces enough food for the family with a small…
the transatlantic system of trade in which goods, including s…
series of laws passed by Parliament, beginning in 1651, to en…
Backcountry
colonial region- along the Appalachian Mountains through west…
Subsistence Farming
a farm that produces enough food for the family with a small…
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World History - Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Hyksos
New Kingdom
Hatshepsut
Thutmose III
Nomad invaders; ruled Egypt from 1640 to 1570 BC
1570 to 1075 BC; Egypt revived to become wealthier and more p…
Female Pharaoh ruled in place of young step-son; promoted trade
Led invasions into Palestine, Syria, and Nubia; most powerful…
Hyksos
Nomad invaders; ruled Egypt from 1640 to 1570 BC
New Kingdom
1570 to 1075 BC; Egypt revived to become wealthier and more p…
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Chapter 4 World History
Mare Nostrum
Etruscans
League of the Seven Hills
Romulus
(our sea) the Mediterranean to the ancient Romans
the group of people who ruled Rome before Romans revolted;... Be…
League of seven villages on the banks of the Tiber River, the…
Traditional story of how Rome began. Twins abandoned and resc…
Mare Nostrum
(our sea) the Mediterranean to the ancient Romans
Etruscans
the group of people who ruled Rome before Romans revolted;... Be…
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World History- Chapter 4
Empire
Dominate
Chariot
Cavalry
A nation (country) that controls a LARGE area of land.
To control
A cart with two wheels pulled by a horse or horses
Soldiers on horses
Empire
A nation (country) that controls a LARGE area of land.
Dominate
To control
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US History Chapter 4
Social Contract
Treaty of Paris, 1783
"Shot heard 'round the world"
Writer of "Common Sense"
Idea: We all give up some freedom to allow governments to mak…
Ends the American Revolution
Phrase used to describe battles of Lexington and Concord
Thomas Paine
Social Contract
Idea: We all give up some freedom to allow governments to mak…
Treaty of Paris, 1783
Ends the American Revolution
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History: Chapter 4
independence
criollos
mestizos
Californios
freedom from rule
people born of Spanish parents in Mexico, privileged
people of European and Indian heritage, discriminated against…
Spanish-speaking people of Alta California who welcomed Mexic…
independence
freedom from rule
criollos
people born of Spanish parents in Mexico, privileged
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History Studying Chapter 4
0
1003
1066
1215
Jesus was born
Lief Ericsson sails to the new world
William the conqueror and his Norman army seize the modern da…
King John Signs the Magna Carta
0
Jesus was born
1003
Lief Ericsson sails to the new world
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World History Chapter 4
Hyksos
New Kingdom
Hatshepsut
Thutmose III
After a series of weak pharaohs Egypt was invaded and conquer…
This was the Kingdom that was set up after the Hyksos were dr…
She was a New Kingdom Pharaoh that took power when her husban…
The step-son of Hatshepsut, the female pharaoh, who ruled in…
Hyksos
After a series of weak pharaohs Egypt was invaded and conquer…
New Kingdom
This was the Kingdom that was set up after the Hyksos were dr…
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American History Chapter 4 Vocab
subsistence farming
triangular trade
middle passage
cash crop
Type of farming where you produce just enough to feed your fa…
Trade routes that exchanged goods between the West Indies, th…
The sea voyage when enslaved Africans were shipped to the Wes…
Farm crops raised to be sold at market, such as tobacco, rice…
subsistence farming
Type of farming where you produce just enough to feed your fa…
triangular trade
Trade routes that exchanged goods between the West Indies, th…
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united states history heritage of freedom chapter 4
the great awakening
Methodist denomination
jonathan edwards
George whitefield
1730-1740
Methodist revival, john and Charles wesley
wrote faithful narrative of the surprising work of god
most powerful evangelist of the great awakening
the great awakening
1730-1740
Methodist denomination
Methodist revival, john and Charles wesley
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US History Chapter 4
A wealth of natural resources, governm…
Electricity
Thomas Edison
Henry Bessemer
What factors contributed to the immense industrial boom of th…
What allowed manufacturers to build their factories away from…
Who perfected the incandescent light bulb at his research lab…
20. Who developed an efficient technique for transforming iro…
A wealth of natural resources, governm…
What factors contributed to the immense industrial boom of th…
Electricity
What allowed manufacturers to build their factories away from…
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U.S. History Chapter 4
Puritans
polity
Presbyterian Polity
Salem witch trials
Protestants who believe Anglican church must be "purified" of…
The system of government in a church.
Members of the congregation elect their ruling elders, and ru…
Trials that resulted from the claims of several young girls i…
Puritans
Protestants who believe Anglican church must be "purified" of…
polity
The system of government in a church.
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American History Chapter 4 Identifications
Albany Plan of Union
Magna Carta
Proclamation of 1763
John Peter Zenger
Plan that called for a united government during the French &…
Document that established the principle of limited government…
British law that prevented colonists from settling west of th…
His trial for libel was the first step in freedom of press in…
Albany Plan of Union
Plan that called for a united government during the French &…
Magna Carta
Document that established the principle of limited government…
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History - Chapter 4 VOCAB
empire
emperor
Fertile Crescent
Hammurabi
Many territories and peoples controlled by one government
the ruler of an empire
A large arc of rich, or fertile, farmland found between the T…
Amorite ruler of Babylon (r. 1792-1750 B.C.E.). He conquered…
empire
Many territories and peoples controlled by one government
emperor
the ruler of an empire
Chapter 4 History
conquistador
civil war
grant
mainland
A Spanish conqueror of the Americas
A war between people of the same country
a gift of money given to explorers
the main land mass of a country or continent
conquistador
A Spanish conqueror of the Americas
civil war
A war between people of the same country
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American History Chapter 4
subsistence farming
triangular trade
middle passage
tight packing
farming meant to produce only enough to meet a family's needs
the exchange of items and slaves between Europe, North Americ…
the sea journey taken by slave ships from West Africa to the…
the method of packing as many slaves as possible onto a slave…
subsistence farming
farming meant to produce only enough to meet a family's needs
triangular trade
the exchange of items and slaves between Europe, North Americ…
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Glencoe World History Chapter 4
Aegean
Black Sea
Bronze Age Civilization
Crete
an arm of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey
a sea between Europe and Asia
A civilization in the Bronze Age (est. 2800 B.C.)
the largest Greek island in the Mediterranean
Aegean
an arm of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey
Black Sea
a sea between Europe and Asia
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Modern World History Chapter 4 The Atlantic World
Christopher Columbus (1)
Colony (1)
Conquistador (1)
Encomienda (1)
He was a explorer and an empire builder who sailed westward f…
lands that are controlled by another nation
These were Spanish explorers who conquered and colonized area…
A system whereby natives farmed, ranched, or mined for Spanis…
Christopher Columbus (1)
He was a explorer and an empire builder who sailed westward f…
Colony (1)
lands that are controlled by another nation
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United States History and Geography: Chapter 4
most favored nation
alien
sedition
interposition
a policy between countries ensuring fair trading practices
a person living in a country who is not a citizen of that cou…
incitement to rebellion (agitating to start a rebellion)
theory that a state should be able to intervene between the f…
most favored nation
a policy between countries ensuring fair trading practices
alien
a person living in a country who is not a citizen of that cou…
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History Alive Chapter 4*
nation-state
cash crop
the Americas
astrolabe
an independent country whose people mostly share a common ide…
a crop that is grown in large quantities for sale
land masses of North America, Central America, and South Amer…
an early scientific tool used to observe and calculate the po…
nation-state
an independent country whose people mostly share a common ide…
cash crop
a crop that is grown in large quantities for sale
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World History Chapter 4
Hyksos
New Kingdom
Hatshepsut
Thutmose III
After a series of weak pharaohs Egypt was invaded and conquer…
This was the Kingdom that was set up after the Hyksos were dr…
She was a New Kingdom Pharaoh that took power when her husban…
The step-son of Hatshepsut, the female pharaoh, who ruled in…
Hyksos
After a series of weak pharaohs Egypt was invaded and conquer…
New Kingdom
This was the Kingdom that was set up after the Hyksos were dr…
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history chapter 4 Egypt
what played a key role in Egyptian civ…
which 2 regions did Ancient Egypt incl…
This is another term for "rapids", it…
a triangle-shaped area of land made so…
geography
upper and lower Egypt
cataracts
delta
what played a key role in Egyptian civ…
geography
which 2 regions did Ancient Egypt incl…
upper and lower Egypt
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Global History Chapter 4 Ancient Egypt
pharaoh
Nile River
hieroglyphics
pyramid
king
4,145 miles
symbol writing
tomb
pharaoh
king
Nile River
4,145 miles
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Chapter 4 history
colony
presidio
planation
mission
a land ruled by a distant country
a Spanish fort
a huge farm
a small religious community
colony
a land ruled by a distant country
presidio
a Spanish fort
11 terms
Chapter 4 Colorado History
settler
massacre
treaty
boom
person who starts a new community
killing of many people at one time
written agreement between groups
great burst of good fortune
settler
person who starts a new community
massacre
killing of many people at one time
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