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British Colonies: Northern and Southern
Southern Colonies
New England Colonies
Middle Colonies
Southern Economics
Georgia, North/south Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island
New York, Delaware, New Jersey, And Pennsylvania
Cash crop agriculture (tobacco, rice, indigo, and cotton to n…
Southern Colonies
Georgia, North/south Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland
New England Colonies
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island
British Isles and Northern Europe
Arctic
Scandinavia
Industrial Revolution
Moor
The cold area at the most northern part of Earth.
The five countries of northern Europe: Norway,Sweden,Finland,…
A nonviolent change in the late 1700's that included a great…
A rolling plain covered with grasses and low shrubs.
Arctic
The cold area at the most northern part of Earth.
Scandinavia
The five countries of northern Europe: Norway,Sweden,Finland,…
Northern Europe and British Isles
Iceland
Norway
Sweden
Finland
Reykjavik
Oslo
Stockholm
Helsinki
Iceland
Reykjavik
Norway
Oslo
Baroque North (Northern Netherlands)
Still Life with Fruit and Flowers... Peet…
Banquet of Officers of the St. George…
Married Couple in a Garden ... Hals 1622
The Proposition... Leyster 1631
pioneer in still-life, coins->date to reign under Archduke Al…
reflects Civic Guards as local frats at banquets (truce w/Spa…
wedding of Issac Massa and Beatrix, informal genre/individual…
uses dark, candle-lit lighting for intimacy b/t man/woman, fr…
Still Life with Fruit and Flowers... Peet…
pioneer in still-life, coins->date to reign under Archduke Al…
Banquet of Officers of the St. George…
reflects Civic Guards as local frats at banquets (truce w/Spa…
28 terms
British North America
New England Colony
Middle Colony
Southern Colony
Jamestown
Rocky soil made agriculture difficult, fishing, whaling, ship…
Diverse economy and religion (colony)
warm climate, South, long growing seasons,and rich soil. Toba…
The first permanent English settlement in North America, foun…
New England Colony
Rocky soil made agriculture difficult, fishing, whaling, ship…
Middle Colony
Diverse economy and religion (colony)
34 terms
Northern Hardwood ForestNorth
________ located south of the boreal f…
The ___________ covers most of the mar…
The climate of ________________: condi…
Most of the Northern Hardwood Forest h…
Northern Harwood Forest
Northern Hardwood Forest
Northern Hardwood Forest
glaciated
________ located south of the boreal f…
Northern Harwood Forest
The ___________ covers most of the mar…
Northern Hardwood Forest
British North America
New England, Pg. 21
Middle Colonies, Pg. 21
Southern Colonies, Pg. 21
Jamestown, Pg. 22
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georg…
The first successful English settlement, founded in 1607.
New England, Pg. 21
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
Middle Colonies, Pg. 21
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.
28 terms
British north america
New England Colonies
Middle Colonies
Southern Colonies
Jamestown
The term for the colonies of Massachusetts bay, Rhode Island,…
Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania... pg21
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia... p…
The first permanent English settlement in North America, foun…
New England Colonies
The term for the colonies of Massachusetts bay, Rhode Island,…
Middle Colonies
Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania... pg21
British North America
New England Colonies
Middle Colonies
Southern Colonies
Jamestown
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire pg. 21
Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania pg. 21
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia p…
The first successful English settlement. pg. 22
New England Colonies
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire pg. 21
Middle Colonies
Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania pg. 21
28 terms
British North America
new england colonies
middle colonies
souther colonies
jamestown
include Massachusetts, new Hampshire, Rhode island, and Conne…
consisted of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware…
were made up of Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Car…
the first successful english settlement. pg22
new england colonies
include Massachusetts, new Hampshire, Rhode island, and Conne…
middle colonies
consisted of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware…
13 terms
British North America
How was the province of Canada created
Two main reasons the colonies didn't w…
Where did 80% of the population live
Which colony had the largest population
The uniting of lower and upper Canada
There economys were diverse and the colonies were separated b…
Outside the few towns and cities that were built
Canada west
How was the province of Canada created
The uniting of lower and upper Canada
Two main reasons the colonies didn't w…
There economys were diverse and the colonies were separated b…
12 terms
British North America
joint-stock companies
Jamestown
John Winthrop
William Penn
businesses in which investors pool their wealth for a common…
the first successful and permanent English colony established…
governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, Winthrop (1588-1649) wa…
Quaker and founder of the Province of Pennsylvania; He was an…
joint-stock companies
businesses in which investors pool their wealth for a common…
Jamestown
the first successful and permanent English colony established…
27 terms
Chapter 5 - British North America
British North America
Confederation
Primary Sources
Colony
The name of the land that we now know as Canada in the mid- 1…
The event that created the country of Canada in 1867.
A first-hand account made at the time an event occurs includi…
A territory of the "home" country in another part of the world.
British North America
The name of the land that we now know as Canada in the mid- 1…
Confederation
The event that created the country of Canada in 1867.
28 terms
Chapter 1 British North America
New England Colonies
Middle Colonies
Southern Colonies
Jamestown
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire pg. 21
Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania pg. 21
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia p…
The first successful English settlement. pg. 22
New England Colonies
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire pg. 21
Middle Colonies
Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania pg. 21
British and French in North America
Father Marquette
13 Colonies
Religious freedom
Arthur
Which French Jesuit began to explore North America?
What did New France consist of?
What did the English find in the New World instead of wealth?
Who was Henry the 7th's son?
Father Marquette
Which French Jesuit began to explore North America?
13 Colonies
What did New France consist of?
Immigration to British North America
why and when they left
Loyalist came to Canada in 1776, and t…
The First nations lost their land and…
The Irish left Ireland in 1815-1850 be…
Effects on Canada
They moved to North Quebec, and they wanted British tradition…
The native group that was involved was the Mohawk, and their…
This increased Canada's population, and made Canadian identit…
why and when they left
Effects on Canada
Loyalist came to Canada in 1776, and t…
They moved to North Quebec, and they wanted British tradition…
23 terms
British settling of North America
Three main European powers in North Am…
13 colonies belonged to
North America originally belonged to
Settlers forced Native Americans to li…
Spain, France, Britain
Britain
Native Americans
Reservations
Three main European powers in North Am…
Spain, France, Britain
13 colonies belonged to
Britain
The British colonies in North America
Dover
Atlanta
Annapolis
Providence
Delaware
Georgia
Maryland
Rhode Island
Dover
Delaware
Atlanta
Georgia
British north america
English colonizes here
Picked this location to hide from span…
had to rely entirely on this
natives weren't BLANK and didn't over…
Swampy Virginia
Roanoke
trade with natives
capitalistic
English colonizes here
Swampy Virginia
Picked this location to hide from span…
Roanoke
10 terms
British North America act
Bill of rights
Canada act
Patriated
Rule of law
a formal statement of the fundamental rights of the people, i…
the act of the British parliament of 1962 that transferred to…
Canadian... to transfer (legislation) to the authority of an aut…
the principle that all people and institutions are subject to…
Bill of rights
a formal statement of the fundamental rights of the people, i…
Canada act
the act of the British parliament of 1962 that transferred to…
12 terms
British North America
joint-stock companies
Jamestown
John Winthrop
William Penn
businesses in which investors pool their wealth for a common…
the first successful and permanent English colony established…
governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, Winthrop (1588-1649) wa…
Quaker and founder of the Province of Pennsylvania; He was an…
joint-stock companies
businesses in which investors pool their wealth for a common…
Jamestown
the first successful and permanent English colony established…
British North America
joint-stock companies
Jamestown
John Winthrop
William Penn
businesses in which investors pool their wealth for a common…
the first successful and permanent English colony established…
governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, Winthrop (1588-1649) wa…
Quaker and founder of the Province of Pennsylvania; He was an…
joint-stock companies
businesses in which investors pool their wealth for a common…
Jamestown
the first successful and permanent English colony established…
13 terms
British North America Vocabulary
Free Trade
Industrial revolution
Reciprocity
Migration
International trade left to its natural course without other…
A rapid major change in an economy marked by the general intr…
Free Trade between British North America and U.S for 10 years
The process or act of migrating
Free Trade
International trade left to its natural course without other…
Industrial revolution
A rapid major change in an economy marked by the general intr…
41 terms
British/Northern Isles Test- Characters
Odin
Igraine
Grimhild
Leodegrance
Materializes throughout the tale with a blue cloak and a broa…
Thought she was sleeping with her husband
Administers a potion to gain a son-in-law
Gives the Round Table as a wedding gift
Odin
Materializes throughout the tale with a blue cloak and a broa…
Igraine
Thought she was sleeping with her husband
British North America Review
American Revolution
Stamp Act
Townshend Duties
Tea Act
Started with Stamp Act/Declaration of Independence; ended wit…
Newspapers, legal documents, and other pamphlets must have sp…
British government implanted taxes for tea, glass, paint, lea…
British grants East India Company a monopoly to sell tea in A…
American Revolution
Started with Stamp Act/Declaration of Independence; ended wit…
Stamp Act
Newspapers, legal documents, and other pamphlets must have sp…
12 terms
British North America
Maritimes
New Brunswick
Nova Scotia
PEI
Look In Textbook
Look at Notes
Look at Notes
Look at Notes
Maritimes
Look In Textbook
New Brunswick
Look at Notes
British North America
Oligarchy
Democracy
British North America
Colony
A small group of people having control over a country, organi…
a system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
British North America referred to the territories of the Brit…
A country or area under the full or partial political control…
Oligarchy
A small group of people having control over a country, organi…
Democracy
a system of government by the whole population or all the eli…
12 terms
(The British in North America)
Mercantilism
The Attraction Factor and The Repulsio…
The Land of Rupert
The prospect
The economic system that allows the metropolis to be enriched…
The factor that encourages people to settle in a country.The…
The vast territory named in honour of Prince Rupert,the first…
The view generally shared by a group.The way to see that a gr…
Mercantilism
The economic system that allows the metropolis to be enriched…
The Attraction Factor and The Repulsio…
The factor that encourages people to settle in a country.The…
New France and British North America
General James Wolfe
Marquis de Montcalm
The Boston Tea Party
The Battle of the Plains of Abraham
Commander of the British forces against Québec
The leader of the French forces in Québec.
An example of how colonists tried to resist the new taxes imp…
A British invasion force led by General James Wolfe defeated…
General James Wolfe
Commander of the British forces against Québec
Marquis de Montcalm
The leader of the French forces in Québec.
British Isles and Northern Europe Capitals
Ireland
United Kingdom
Iceland
Denmark
Dublin
London
Reykjavik
Copenhagen
Ireland
Dublin
United Kingdom
London
13 terms
The Northern Frontier and North Africa
Which city of Agri Decumates was a Cel…
What are the three cities of Raetia?
What are the four cities of Noricum?
What are the three cities of Upper Pan…
Aquae Aureliae
Regina, Batavia, and Augusta Vindelicorum
Lauriacum, Luvavum, Virunum, and Celeia
Vindobona, Carnuntum, and Savaria
Which city of Agri Decumates was a Cel…
Aquae Aureliae
What are the three cities of Raetia?
Regina, Batavia, and Augusta Vindelicorum
British Colonies in North America
Roanoke Colony
Lost Colony
War with Spanish
New England, Middle, and Southern
1st attempt for English Colonization
2nd attempt for English colonization
English couldn't resupply the lost colonists because of _____…
Colonial Regions
Roanoke Colony
1st attempt for English Colonization
Lost Colony
2nd attempt for English colonization
26 terms
British colonization of North America
Virginia Company
Chesapeake Colonies
Middle colonies
Jamestown
...
...
...
...
Virginia Company
...
Chesapeake Colonies
...
17 terms
The British in North America vocabulary
Protestant reformation
Charter
Joint Stock Company
Burgess(es)
•Split in western Christianity (Europe)... •1517... • Martin luther…
A document granting the recipient the right to form a colony
A company in which stakes, or parts, can be bought by an inve…
• Elected or unelected official of a municipality... • The repre…
Protestant reformation
•Split in western Christianity (Europe)... •1517... • Martin luther…
Charter
A document granting the recipient the right to form a colony
17 terms
British North America
Role of the West Indes
Barbados
Southern Colonies
South Carolina
190,000 people; sugar, possibilities for being spectacularly…
Land owners, slaves, and sugar; claim as much sugar as possib…
1660: Charles II, the Restoration; Restoration (proprietary)…
Eight Lords Proprietor; rice was the solution to economic pro…
Role of the West Indes
190,000 people; sugar, possibilities for being spectacularly…
Barbados
Land owners, slaves, and sugar; claim as much sugar as possib…
Immigration to British North America
Immigration
Emigration
Push factors
Pull factors
Movement of individuals into an area occupied by an existing…
movement of individuals out of an area
encourage people to leave there home
making people leave their country and draw them to a new loca…
Immigration
Movement of individuals into an area occupied by an existing…
Emigration
movement of individuals out of an area
16 terms
British North America
Fishing, Shipbuilding and Logging
Some Manufacturing, fur trade and farm…
Fur Trade
Uniting Upper and Lower Canada
Base of the economy in Eastern Atlantic
Base of the economy in Central Colonies
Base of the economy in Western Colonies
How was the Province on Canada Created
Fishing, Shipbuilding and Logging
Base of the economy in Eastern Atlantic
Some Manufacturing, fur trade and farm…
Base of the economy in Central Colonies
The British in North America
New World
Pierre Marquette
Henry VII
Arthur
provided rich lush fur and fish such as cod to trade; where p…
French Jesuit who came to the Americas
defeated Richard III at Bosworth Field in 1485; son was Arthu…
eldest son & heir of Henry VII & Catherine of Aragon
New World
provided rich lush fur and fish such as cod to trade; where p…
Pierre Marquette
French Jesuit who came to the Americas
History British North America
Who is Harriet Tubman
Define Census
What was the gold rush
Define emigrate
She was born a slave in Maryland USA; she risked her life to…
An official count of the population including information suc…
A mass movement to an area were gold has been discovered
Leave ones country to settle elsewhere
Who is Harriet Tubman
She was born a slave in Maryland USA; she risked her life to…
Define Census
An official count of the population including information suc…
British north America
Eastern Atlantic economy
Central colonies economy
Western colonies economy
How was the province of Canada created
Fishing, shipbuilding, logging
Fur trade, Farming, manufacturing
Fur trade
Lower and upper Canada united
Eastern Atlantic economy
Fishing, shipbuilding, logging
Central colonies economy
Fur trade, Farming, manufacturing
11 terms
The British in North America Dates
1585
1607
1620
1630
Roanoke Colony
Jamestown Founded
Plymouth county
Mass. Bay Company formed
1585
Roanoke Colony
1607
Jamestown Founded
17 terms
The British in North America
Charter
Protestant reformation
Joint sock company
Burgesses
A document granting the receipt the right to form a colony
A split in western christianity (Europe) that occurred in 151…
A company in which stakes, or parts, can be bought by an inve…
(House of burgesses Va) an elected or unelected official repr…
Charter
A document granting the receipt the right to form a colony
Protestant reformation
A split in western christianity (Europe) that occurred in 151…
17 terms
The British in North America - Vocabulary
Protestant Reformation
Charter
Joint Stock Company
Burgess(es)
A split in Western Christianity (Europe) that occurred in 151…
A document granting the recipient the right to form a Colony.
A company in which stakes, or parts, can be bought by an inve…
A word in English that means elected or unelected official of…
Protestant Reformation
A split in Western Christianity (Europe) that occurred in 151…
Charter
A document granting the recipient the right to form a Colony.
12 terms
British North America
3 types of Loyalists
Why would people come to Canada?
Opportunity in the Colonies:
How did the Great Migration Affect BNA?
African American Loyalist - Britian offered freedom to any sl…
o Industrial Revolution - People lost jobs due to the automat…
o Colonies in BNA (British North America)were a place for peo…
o Many new people in BNA (mostly British)... o n Great Britain,…
3 types of Loyalists
African American Loyalist - Britian offered freedom to any sl…
Why would people come to Canada?
o Industrial Revolution - People lost jobs due to the automat…
17 terms
The British in north America
protestant reformulation
charter
joint stock company
Burgess
A split and Western Christianity (Europe) that occurred in 15…
A document granting the recipients the right to form a colony
A company in which state's or parts can be bought by investor
A word in English that means an elected or I'm elected offici…
protestant reformulation
A split and Western Christianity (Europe) that occurred in 15…
charter
A document granting the recipients the right to form a colony
British North America (Gr 7)
13 colonies
Benedict Arnold
Why did the British tax the 13 colonie…
Loyalists
Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryl…
He was a general in the American Army. He became a spy for th…
They were in debt from the 7 years war!
Americans who did NOT support the war (they were loyal to Bri…
13 colonies
Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryl…
Benedict Arnold
He was a general in the American Army. He became a spy for th…
83 terms
British North America
Name 4 main reasons the War of 1812 oc…
What was the Stamp Act?
What was the Quartering Act?
What was the Townshend Duties?
Trade Barriers... Trouble on the High Seas... Western Expansion... Ame…
The British government passes a new tax law on newspapers, le…
British government requires colonists to supply food and hous…
Colonists are required to pay a tax on all tea, glass, lead,…
Name 4 main reasons the War of 1812 oc…
Trade Barriers... Trouble on the High Seas... Western Expansion... Ame…
What was the Stamp Act?
The British government passes a new tax law on newspapers, le…
Colonies in North America: british
settlements/geography
population sources
gov't
religion
Most royal charter. ... Earliest settlements: Virginia and Massa…
Colonists were recruited from among middle-class farmers, art…
Distance from England and a frugal Parliament- local governme…
Largely non-Catholics. Although some tolerance was practiced…
settlements/geography
Most royal charter. ... Earliest settlements: Virginia and Massa…
population sources
Colonists were recruited from among middle-class farmers, art…
33 terms
British North American
What was the Treaty of Paris?
When was the Treaty of Paris signed?
After the fall of new France what was…
After the fall of new France what was…
The Treaty of Paris was a treaty that ended seven years war b…
1763
British American colonies felt safe cheerful and were expecti…
The 13 colonies began boycotting the British they felt that t…
What was the Treaty of Paris?
The Treaty of Paris was a treaty that ended seven years war b…
When was the Treaty of Paris signed?
1763
British and North American
What is the term for bringing goods in…
What is the ban on imported goods?
What is the term for trading goods out…
What is the belief in exporting more t…
Import
Embargo
Exporting
Mercantilism
What is the term for bringing goods in…
Import
What is the ban on imported goods?
Embargo
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