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Social Studies Colonies Vocabulary
Covenant
Common
tolerate
fundamental
an agreement
the center of a village used by everyone
to allow people to have beliefs or behaviors that are differe…
basic
Covenant
an agreement
Common
the center of a village used by everyone
12 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary Colonies
Debtor
Dissenter
Proprietor
Apprentice
Person who owes money
Person whose view differs from those of his or her leaders
Owner
Young person who learns a skill from a more experienced worker
Debtor
Person who owes money
Dissenter
Person whose view differs from those of his or her leaders
12 terms
Social Studies Colonies Vocabulary
Debtor
Dissenter
Proprietor
Apprentice
Person who owes money
Person whose views differs from those of his or her leaders
Owner
Young person who learns a skill from a more experienced worker
Debtor
Person who owes money
Dissenter
Person whose views differs from those of his or her leaders
18 terms
Social Studies - Life in the Colonies Vocabulary
region
climate
dissent
proprietor
an area defined by its common features
the usual pattern of weather in a place over a period of time
dissagreement
a person who owns property or a business
region
an area defined by its common features
climate
the usual pattern of weather in a place over a period of time
10 terms
Social Studies Colonial Vocabulary
heritage
legislature
charter
direct democracy
the tradition passed down to us from generation to generation
a group of people chosen to make laws
a document giving permission to make a government
a form of government in which laws are made directly by the t…
heritage
the tradition passed down to us from generation to generation
legislature
a group of people chosen to make laws
25 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary-Colonies
Roanoke
Puritan
Subsistence Farming
Slave Codes
An island that English settlers travelled too, the first time…
A protestant group who wanted to change the Anglican Church.
Families grow their own cash crops (indigo, rice, cotton and…
Rules that slaves had to follow, an example is that they coul…
Roanoke
An island that English settlers travelled too, the first time…
Puritan
A protestant group who wanted to change the Anglican Church.
8 terms
Social studies colonies vocabulary
Diseases
Gold
Export
Import
Diphtheria, Measles, smallpox, and malaria first carried by E…
A yellow precious metal that English colonists originally hop…
To send goods or services to another country to sell or trade.
To bring goods or services into a country from abroad to sell…
Diseases
Diphtheria, Measles, smallpox, and malaria first carried by E…
Gold
A yellow precious metal that English colonists originally hop…
14 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary colonies
Columbian Exchange
Immunity
Old World
New World
The exchange of plants, animals, diseases, and people from th…
The ability to resist an infection of an illness.
Th e continents of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The continents of North and South America.
Columbian Exchange
The exchange of plants, animals, diseases, and people from th…
Immunity
The ability to resist an infection of an illness.
43 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary (The Colonies)
John Rolfe
New England Colonies
The Middle Colonies
The Southern Colonies
-Tested different ways to sucsessfully plant Tobacco in James…
-Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire…
-Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey... -Varied Lan…
-Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Geor…
John Rolfe
-Tested different ways to sucsessfully plant Tobacco in James…
New England Colonies
-Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire…
13 terms
Social studies vocabulary for the colonies
Charter
Cash crops
Plantation
Slave trade
A leagal document giving certain rights to a person or company
Plants raised in large quantities in order to be sold for pro…
Large estate farmed by many workers
The business of capturing, transporting, and selling people t…
Charter
A leagal document giving certain rights to a person or company
Cash crops
Plants raised in large quantities in order to be sold for pro…
23 terms
Social Studies Colonial Vocabulary
Parliament
Lumbee Tribe
Lost Colony
Jamestown
legislative, elected body of government
descendants of the Cheraw Tribe and have continuously existed…
was established on Roanoke Island in what is today's Dare Cou…
settlement in the Colony of Virginia was the first permanent…
Parliament
legislative, elected body of government
Lumbee Tribe
descendants of the Cheraw Tribe and have continuously existed…
10 terms
Social Studies: Colonialism Vocabulary
Imperialism
colonialism
ethnocentrism
colonists
a policy of extending a country's power by gaining land
getting total political control over another country
the belief that one group of country is better than another S…
people who settle or colonize an area
Imperialism
a policy of extending a country's power by gaining land
colonialism
getting total political control over another country
21 terms
Social Studies Colonies vocabulary, study guide
push-pull factor
migration
indentured servant
interactions
the forces which act to drive people away from a place, or to…
moving from one place to another
a person legally required to work for a person for a certain…
social relationships that human have with one another in ever…
push-pull factor
the forces which act to drive people away from a place, or to…
migration
moving from one place to another
12 terms
Social Studies "13 Colonies" Vocabulary
colony
plantation
capitalism
interest
a group of people who settle in a new place but are ruled by…
a large estate farmed by many workers
an economic system in which people put money, or capital, int…
a percentage added to the original amount
colony
a group of people who settle in a new place but are ruled by…
plantation
a large estate farmed by many workers
10 terms
Social Studies colonial vocabulary
Cash Crops
Triangle Trade
Middle Passage
Slave Codes
Agricultural products grown primarily to be sold for profits,…
Trading networks in which goods and slaves moved among Englan…
Voyage that brought enslaved Africans across the Atlantic Oce…
Laws passed in the colonies to control slaves.
Cash Crops
Agricultural products grown primarily to be sold for profits,…
Triangle Trade
Trading networks in which goods and slaves moved among Englan…
13 terms
Social Studies Colonial Vocabulary
Joint Stock Company
Breadbasket Colonies
Subsistence Farmers
Proprietary Colony
Sold shares to investors who would split the profits.... ex. Vir…
The middle colonies. They grew grains like oats, corn, wheat,…
Farmers that grow just enough food for themselves and their f…
A colony where all land is owned by the 'mother' colony. This…
Joint Stock Company
Sold shares to investors who would split the profits.... ex. Vir…
Breadbasket Colonies
The middle colonies. They grew grains like oats, corn, wheat,…
20 terms
Social Studies Colony Vocabulary
Jamestown
Triangular Trade
Enlightenment
Bacon's Rebellion
First pernament English settlement in North America
trade route between Britian, Africa, and the Americas which g…
spreading of ideas, reasons, and Logic will help make improve…
led to the burning of Jamestown, farmers rebelled over the go…
Jamestown
First pernament English settlement in North America
Triangular Trade
trade route between Britian, Africa, and the Americas which g…
12 terms
Colonial vocabulary social studies!
Burgess
Charter
Constitution
Debtor
Elected representative to an assembly
Document granting the recipient the right to settle a colony
List of fundamental laws to support a government
Person who owes money
Burgess
Elected representative to an assembly
Charter
Document granting the recipient the right to settle a colony
18 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary 13 colonies
Charter
Joint-Stock Company
Burgesses
Dissent
a document that gives the holder the right to organize settle…
a company in which investors buy stock in the company in retu…
elected representatives to an assembly
disagreement with or opposition to an opinion
Charter
a document that gives the holder the right to organize settle…
Joint-Stock Company
a company in which investors buy stock in the company in retu…
22 terms
Social studies guide Colonies Vocabulary
John Smith
Charter
Representative government
Pilgrim
Takes command in jamestown
A document issued by a government
A system where citizens vote to elect people to represent the…
A person who journeys for religious reasons
John Smith
Takes command in jamestown
Charter
A document issued by a government
24 terms
Social Studies Colonial America Vocabulary
artisan
indentured servant
slave
farmer
a person skilled in an art form; or craftsperson. Weavers, gl…
a person who is legally bound by a contract to work for anoth…
a person who was captured in their native Africa and sold to…
one who grew crops for a living. They and their family would…
artisan
a person skilled in an art form; or craftsperson. Weavers, gl…
indentured servant
a person who is legally bound by a contract to work for anoth…
23 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary; USA Colonies
Settlement
Conquistadors
Pueblos
Presidios
a place, typically one that has hitherto been uninhabited, wh…
a conqueror, especially one of the Spanish conquerors of Mexi…
a member of any of various American Indian peoples, including…
(in Spain and Spanish America) a fortified military settlement.
Settlement
a place, typically one that has hitherto been uninhabited, wh…
Conquistadors
a conqueror, especially one of the Spanish conquerors of Mexi…
13 terms
Social studies-13 Colonies (vocabulary)
Mercantilism
Colombian Exchange
Northwest Passage
Charters
When a nation's power is based on wealth
The exchange of plants, animals and diseases that altered lif…
A more direct water route through the Americas
The right to organize settlements in an area
Mercantilism
When a nation's power is based on wealth
Colombian Exchange
The exchange of plants, animals and diseases that altered lif…
15 terms
Social Studies- Chapter 6 The Middle Colonies
refuge
proprietor
trial by jury
justice
a safe place
an owner
the right of a person accused of a crime to be tried by a jur…
fairness
refuge
a safe place
proprietor
an owner
15 terms
Social Studies - Middle Colonies
William Penn
Quakers
proprietor
backcountry
he set up a colony for Quakers in the New World, called Penns…
Were considered religious radicals in England. They settled i…
A self-sufficient farmer
An unsettled area
William Penn
he set up a colony for Quakers in the New World, called Penns…
Quakers
Were considered religious radicals in England. They settled i…
16 terms
Social Studies Thirteen English Colonies vocabulary
House of Burgesses
Representative gov't
Indentured servant
Plantation
Representative government in Jamestown in 1619.
Government in which people choose leaders (representatives) t…
Person who agreed to work without pay for a period of time in…
Large self-sufficient farm used for growing cash crops such a…
House of Burgesses
Representative government in Jamestown in 1619.
Representative gov't
Government in which people choose leaders (representatives) t…
10 terms
Social studies early colonies vocabulary
Northwest passage
Profit
Portage
Charter
A water route through North America to Asia
Amount of money that remains after costs of business have bee…
Land route from one body of water to another
A document permitting colonists to settle land claimed by the…
Northwest passage
A water route through North America to Asia
Profit
Amount of money that remains after costs of business have bee…
11 terms
Social Studies - Colonies - Chapter 4
plantation
slavery
colony
presidio
large farms
the practice of holding people against their will and making…
a land ruled by another country
a Spanish fort
plantation
large farms
slavery
the practice of holding people against their will and making…
28 terms
Social Studies- The Thirteen Colonies Vocabulary
Puritans
Town Meeting
Cash Crop
Charter
Group of English Protestants who settled in the Massachusetts…
Meeting in colonial New England where settlers discussed and…
Crop sold for money at market. (Tobacco was a _________ for J…
Legal document giving certain rights to a person or company.…
Puritans
Group of English Protestants who settled in the Massachusetts…
Town Meeting
Meeting in colonial New England where settlers discussed and…
9 terms
Social Studies 13 Colonies Vocabulary
Push Factor
Pull Factor
Cash Crop
Charter
something that causes a person to want to leave their locatio…
something that draws or attracts people to another location e…
farm crop raised to be sold for money
a document organizing a colony and defining its rights and pr…
Push Factor
something that causes a person to want to leave their locatio…
Pull Factor
something that draws or attracts people to another location e…
9 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary-Colonies-People
Captain John Smith
John Rolfe
Squanto and Samoset
William Bradford
The captain of the Mayflower. He sailed for the English and b…
The savior of Jamestown. He got tobacco seeds and taught the…
Two Native Americans who helped the English with growing crop…
He wrote the Mayflower Compact along with some others.
Captain John Smith
The captain of the Mayflower. He sailed for the English and b…
John Rolfe
The savior of Jamestown. He got tobacco seeds and taught the…
14 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary 13 colonies
New World
Immunity
Old World
Columbian Exchange
The continents of North and South America.
The ability to resist an infection of an illness.
Th e continents of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The exchange of plants, animals, diseases, and people from th…
New World
The continents of North and South America.
Immunity
The ability to resist an infection of an illness.
10 terms
SocialStudies 13 Colonies Vocabulary
Language
Explorer
Settlement
Settler
A set of words used to communicate
A person who goes to find out about a place
A new community
One of the first people to live in a new community
Language
A set of words used to communicate
Explorer
A person who goes to find out about a place
Social studies Explorers-colonies vocabulary
conquistadores
northwest passage
Columbian exchange
navagable
spanish explorers who conquered civilizations in the new world
a water route through northern canada, connecting the atlanti…
exchange of plants,animal ideas, and diseases between the new…
able to be sailed by ships or boats
conquistadores
spanish explorers who conquered civilizations in the new world
northwest passage
a water route through northern canada, connecting the atlanti…
21 terms
Social Studies 13 Colonies Vocabulary
charter
common
expel
export
An official paper in which certain rights are given by a gove…
An open area where sheep and cattle graze.
To force to leave.
A product that leaves a country.
charter
An official paper in which certain rights are given by a gove…
common
An open area where sheep and cattle graze.
17 terms
Social Studies: 13 Colonies Vocabulary
Indentured Servants
Slaves
Merchant
Subsistence Farming
Laborer who agreed to work without pay for a certain period o…
A person who is owned by someone, usually doing hard labor li…
A business person engaged in retail trade.
Farming in which only enough food to feed one's family is pro…
Indentured Servants
Laborer who agreed to work without pay for a certain period o…
Slaves
A person who is owned by someone, usually doing hard labor li…
18 terms
Social Studies (American Colonies Vocabulary)
Charter
Substinence Farming
Puritans
Parliament
A legal document giving certain rights to a person or company.
Producing just enough food for one's needs.
A group of English Protestants who settled in Massachusetts B…
A British lawmaking body.
Charter
A legal document giving certain rights to a person or company.
Substinence Farming
Producing just enough food for one's needs.
14 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary - 13 colonies
Huguenots
persecuted
confiscated
Anglican Church
French protestants, Dissenters against the Catholic Church in…
mistreated
TAKEN AWAY
the Church of England (Protestant)
Huguenots
French protestants, Dissenters against the Catholic Church in…
persecuted
mistreated
18 terms
Social Studies - The 13 Colonies
Where were the 13 colonies located?
What mountain range and ocean border t…
The 13 colonies are divided into three…
The 13 colonies contained 3 large citi…
The Eastern part of what is now the United States.
The Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
The New England, Middle and Southern Colonies.
Boston, Philadelphia and New York.
Where were the 13 colonies located?
The Eastern part of what is now the United States.
What mountain range and ocean border t…
The Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
7 terms
Social Studies 13 Colonies
New England Colonies (A)- Pros... Large F…
New England Colonies (A)- Cons... Winters…
Middle Colonies (B)- Pros... 4 seasons/mi…
Middle Colonies (B)- Cons... As populatio…
New England Colonies (A)- Pros... Large F…
New England Colonies (A)- Cons... Winters…
16 terms
Vocabulary for American Colonies Social Studies
subsistence farming
cash crop
diversity
triangular trade
producing just enough to meet immediate needs
a crop that can b sold easily in markets
variety such as of ethnic or national groups
trade route between three destinations such as Britain Africa…
subsistence farming
producing just enough to meet immediate needs
cash crop
a crop that can b sold easily in markets
18 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary (People and Colonies)
John Smith
John Winthrop
Roger Williams
Anne Hutchinson
Leader of the Jamestown colony
Puritan leader who became the first governor of the Massachus…
Puritan dissenter who established Rhode Island
Puritan dissenter who was banished from Massachusetts
John Smith
Leader of the Jamestown colony
John Winthrop
Puritan leader who became the first governor of the Massachus…
8 terms
Isaac colonies social studies
Taxes
racisim
Boston Tea Party
Voting
money paid to the government to take care of the country
belief that one race is better than another
Angry Colonists dumped tea into the Boston Harbor
to pick between people running leadership
Taxes
money paid to the government to take care of the country
racisim
belief that one race is better than another
14 terms
Social Studies Test - Colonies Vocabulary
artisan
laborer
apprentice
refuge
someone who is skilled at making something by hand
a person who does hard physical work
someone who studies with a master to learn a skill or business
a safe place
artisan
someone who is skilled at making something by hand
laborer
a person who does hard physical work
14 terms
Social Studies Colonies Review
Jamestown Colony
Plymouth Colony
Massachusetts Bay Colony
John Smith
The first successful colony
The colony where the Pilgrims settled
The colony where the Puritans settled
Enforced a "no work, no eat" policy
Jamestown Colony
The first successful colony
Plymouth Colony
The colony where the Pilgrims settled
13 terms
Social Studies - 13 Colonies
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Connecticut
MA
NH
RI
CT
Massachusetts
MA
New Hampshire
NH
Social Studies Middle Colonies
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
Middle Colonies
Proprietor
named the city of "brotherly love" to symbolize the city's va…
Founded by William Penn with the goal of creating a colony ba…
Included New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, th…
A person to whom the king of England granted land in North Am…
Philadelphia
named the city of "brotherly love" to symbolize the city's va…
Pennsylvania
Founded by William Penn with the goal of creating a colony ba…
11 terms
Social Studies: The Colonies
charter
stock
cash crop
indentured servant
official document giving a person or group permission to do s…
share in a company
crops grown to be sold for a profit
person who agrees to work for someone in exchange amount of t…
charter
official document giving a person or group permission to do s…
stock
share in a company
13 terms
Social Studies Colonies Deck
Maine
1. Delaware 2. Rhode Island
Massachusetts (Maine included), New Ha…
New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pe…
What colony is this? (is with another colony)
What colony is next to Maryland? Connecticut?
What colonies are in the New England Colonies?
What colonies are in the Middle Colonies?
Maine
What colony is this? (is with another colony)
1. Delaware 2. Rhode Island
What colony is next to Maryland? Connecticut?
14 terms
Social Studies Colonies Vocab
Northwest Passage
Charter
Cash Crop
Pilgrim
Water route the explorers hoped would flow through North Amer…
Official document giving a person or group permission to do s…
Crop grown to be sold for profit
Person who travels to a new for religious reason
Northwest Passage
Water route the explorers hoped would flow through North Amer…
Charter
Official document giving a person or group permission to do s…
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