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AP US History Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire 1607-1750
Charter
Corporate Colonies
Royal Colonies
Proprietary Colonies
a document granting special privileges, described in general…
Jamestown, operated by joint-stock companies
Virginia after 1624, were to be under direct authority of the…
Maryland and Pennsylvania, were under the authority of indivi…
Charter
a document granting special privileges, described in general…
Corporate Colonies
Jamestown, operated by joint-stock companies
64 terms
AP US History Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire 1607-1750
Charter
Corporate Colonies
Royal Colonies
Proprietary Colonies
a document granting special privileges, described in general…
Jamestown, operated by joint-stock companies
Virginia after 1624, were to be under direct authority of the…
Maryland and Pennsylvania, were under the authority of indivi…
Charter
a document granting special privileges, described in general…
Corporate Colonies
Jamestown, operated by joint-stock companies
25 terms
APUSH chapter 2 the thirteen colonies and the British Empire
Corporate colonies (joint-stock coloni…
Royal colonies
Proprietary colonies
Charter
operated by joint-stock companies.... Example: Jamestown
Under the direct authority of the King of England... Example: Ja…
Under the authority of individuals granted charters of owners…
a document granting special privileges; describes in general…
Corporate colonies (joint-stock coloni…
operated by joint-stock companies.... Example: Jamestown
Royal colonies
Under the direct authority of the King of England... Example: Ja…
40 terms
AMSCO United States History Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire
Corporate Colony
Royal Colony
Proprietary Colony
Lord Baltimore
operated by joint-stock companies
were under the direct authority and rule of the king's govern…
were under the authority of individuals granted charters of o…
Proprietor of Maryland; wanted to create a Catholic haven
Corporate Colony
operated by joint-stock companies
Royal Colony
were under the direct authority and rule of the king's govern…
68 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire
Cecil Calvert
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
AKA Lord Baltimore (the second), leader of Maryland, persuade…
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
A Puritan minister who was banished from Mass. Bay colony due…
Colony founded on the Narragansett Bay by Roger Williams in 1…
Cecil Calvert
AKA Lord Baltimore (the second), leader of Maryland, persuade…
Act of Toleration
The first colonial statue granting religious freedom to all C…
76 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: Thirteen Colonies & The British Empire
Charter
Corporate Colony
Royal Colony
Proprietary Colony
A document given to each colony granting rights and describin…
Owned by joint-stock companies (at least at their origin) ex.…
A colony under the direct authority of the King ... ex. Virginia…
A colony ruled by individuals (proprietors) by charters grant…
Charter
A document given to each colony granting rights and describin…
Corporate Colony
Owned by joint-stock companies (at least at their origin) ex.…
20 terms
US History - Chapter 2 - New World Empires
Santo Domingo
Conquistadores
Francisco Pizarro
Henry Hudson
...
conquerer; individuals were going to the new world to explore…
travelled to south America; incas were 2 factions, he chose o…
English explorer; explored new york region
Santo Domingo
...
Conquistadores
conquerer; individuals were going to the new world to explore…
83 terms
Chapter 2 (Colonies and the British Empire)
What was a charter?
What were the three types of colonies?
What were corporate colonies?
What were royal colonies?
A document granting special privileges
- Corporate... - Royal... - Proprietary
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies
Colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
What was a charter?
A document granting special privileges
What were the three types of colonies?
- Corporate... - Royal... - Proprietary
12 terms
US History Chapter 6: The British Empire and the Colonial Crisis
Seven Years' War
Pontiac's Rebellion
Sugar (Revenue) Act
Stamp Act
War (1754-1762) between Britain and France that ended with Br…
A coordinated uprising of Native American tribes in 1763 in t…
1764 British law that decreased the duty on French molasses,…
1764 British law imposing a tax on all paper used for officia…
Seven Years' War
War (1754-1762) between Britain and France that ended with Br…
Pontiac's Rebellion
A coordinated uprising of Native American tribes in 1763 in t…
83 terms
APUSH Chapter 2 (Colonies and the British Empire)
What was a charter?
What were the three types of colonies?
What were corporate colonies?
What were royal colonies?
a document granting special privileges
corporate, royal, and proprietary
colonies operated by joint-stock companies
colonies under the direct authority and rule of the king's go…
What was a charter?
a document granting special privileges
What were the three types of colonies?
corporate, royal, and proprietary
60 terms
KENYON - AMSCO Chapter 2 - The Thirteen colonies and the British Empire
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
1694 he was the founder of Maryland, a colony which offered r…
A legal document that allowed all Christian religions in Mary…
He founded Rhode Island for separation of Church and State. H…
Rhode Island settlement in 1636 set up by Roger Williams and…
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
1694 he was the founder of Maryland, a colony which offered r…
Act of Toleration
A legal document that allowed all Christian religions in Mary…
52 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire
Corporate
Royal
Proprietary
Jamestown
(i.e.Jamestown) operated by joint-stock companies during earl…
(i.e. VA) after 1624, to be under direct authority & rule ^ r…
(i.e. MD & PA) under authority ^ individuals granted charters…
1607 first permanent english colony, swampy = dysentary & mal…
Corporate
(i.e.Jamestown) operated by joint-stock companies during earl…
Royal
(i.e. VA) after 1624, to be under direct authority & rule ^ r…
24 terms
APUSH - Chapter 2 - The 13 Colonies and the British Empire
Anne Hutchinson
Antinomianism
Bacon's Rebellion
Corporate Colony
Anne Hutchinson was banished from the Bay colony as a consequ…
Antinomianism is the religious idea that having faith alone i…
In 1676, Nathaniel Bacon, tired of Sir William Berkeley's dic…
Corporate colonies were those funded, established, and operat…
Anne Hutchinson
Anne Hutchinson was banished from the Bay colony as a consequ…
Antinomianism
Antinomianism is the religious idea that having faith alone i…
32 terms
Chapter 5 - American Colonies and the British Empire - US History 8
Edward Braddock
William Pitt
French and Indian War
Quartering Act
A British commander during the French and Indian War. He atte…
British leader during the French and Indian War that took con…
(1754-1763) War fought in the colonies between the English an…
1765 - Required the colonials to provide food, lodging, and s…
Edward Braddock
A British commander during the French and Indian War. He atte…
William Pitt
British leader during the French and Indian War that took con…
15 terms
Chapter 5 - American Colonies and the British Empire - US History 8
Edward Braddock
William Pitt
French and Indian War
Quartering Act
A British commander during the French and Indian War. He atte…
British leader during the French and Indian War that took con…
(1754-1763) War fought in the colonies between the English an…
1765 - Required the colonials to provide food, lodging, and s…
Edward Braddock
A British commander during the French and Indian War. He atte…
William Pitt
British leader during the French and Indian War that took con…
57 terms
Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire
Anglican Church
Bicameral Legistlature
Covenant Theology
Elect
Created from the Elizabethan Settlement; a combination of Cat…
A legislature with 2 houses or chambers
The belief that God made 2 personal covenants with humans: co…
Those selected by God for salvation
Anglican Church
Created from the Elizabethan Settlement; a combination of Cat…
Bicameral Legistlature
A legislature with 2 houses or chambers
67 terms
AMSCO Chapter 2 - 13 Colonies/British Empire
3 Types of colonies
Corporate Colony
Royal Colony
Propriety
Corporate ... Royal... Propriety
Joint-stock funded by investors ... Ex. VA (orig.)
Under king's rule, he appoints a gov't... Ex. (NH )
King gives charter to a specific person and it's their colony…
3 Types of colonies
Corporate ... Royal... Propriety
Corporate Colony
Joint-stock funded by investors ... Ex. VA (orig.)
33 terms
Chapter 2: Thirteen Colonies and The British Empire
Cecil Calvert/ Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
Founders of Md
Religious freedom to all christians, death to those who denie…
Founded Rhode Island/ Providence, tolerated diverse beliefs,…
Founded Roger Williams, treat natives fairly, Christians, Qua…
Cecil Calvert/ Lord Baltimore
Founders of Md
Act of Toleration
Religious freedom to all christians, death to those who denie…
36 terms
Tindall and Shi, "The Thirteen Colonies and British Empire" -- Chapter 2
Corporate Colonies
Royal Colonies
Proprietary Colonies
George Calvert (Lord Baltimore)
This type of colony were early in origin and were operated by…
This type of colony were under the direct rule of the king an…
This type of colony were under the authority of individuals w…
This Catholic nobleman was allowed to establish the proprieta…
Corporate Colonies
This type of colony were early in origin and were operated by…
Royal Colonies
This type of colony were under the direct rule of the king an…
53 terms
Chapter 2: The 13 Colonies and the British Empire
Corporate Colonies
Royal Colonies
Proprietary Colonies
Cash Crops
Colonies operated by a joint-stock company. They're a Busines…
After 1624, these colonies were under the direct authority an…
Colonies under the authority of individual granted charters b…
Tobacco, Indigo, and Rice
Corporate Colonies
Colonies operated by a joint-stock company. They're a Busines…
Royal Colonies
After 1624, these colonies were under the direct authority an…
40 terms
Chapter 2: Empire and Liberties (British Colonial America)
Virginia Company
Jamestown
John Smith
John Role
...
...
...
...
Virginia Company
...
Jamestown
...
44 terms
Chapter 2 The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire Terms
Corporate colonies
Royal colonies
Proprietary Colonies
Chesapeake colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
ex: Maryland and Pennsylvania; under the authority of individ…
Maryland and Virginia
Corporate colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
Royal colonies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
49 terms
AP US History Ch 2: The 13 Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1750
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Chesapeake colonies
Colonies that were operated by joint-stock companies, at leas…
Colonies that were to be under the direct authority and rule…
Colonies that were under the authority of individuals granted…
Colonies that were located on either side of the Chesapeake B…
corporate colonies
Colonies that were operated by joint-stock companies, at leas…
royal colonies
Colonies that were to be under the direct authority and rule…
40 terms
The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire 1607-1754 APUSH Chapter 2 AMSCO
Mercantilism
Halfway Covenant
Headright System
William Berkeley
First economic philosophy guiding Great Britain in the 17th a…
Eased requirements for church membership and allowed baptism…
Virginia's attempt to attract immigrants through land offers
Royal governor of Virginia (1641-1652;1660-1677)
Mercantilism
First economic philosophy guiding Great Britain in the 17th a…
Halfway Covenant
Eased requirements for church membership and allowed baptism…
64 terms
AMSCO Chapter 2- The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
(Religion CUL)... These two related men controlled the virginia…
(Religion CUL)... Calvert passed this in Maryland after wealthy…
(Religion CUL)... Founder of the Providence colony.
(Religion CUL)... Colony founded by Roger Williams in 1636. He w…
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
(Religion CUL)... These two related men controlled the virginia…
Act of Toleration
(Religion CUL)... Calvert passed this in Maryland after wealthy…
44 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: 13 Colonies and the British Empire (1607-1750)
Corporate colonies
Royal colonies
Proprietary Colonies
Chesapeake colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
ex: Maryland and Pennsylvania; under the authority of individ…
Maryland and Virginia
Corporate colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
Royal colonies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
39 terms
Chapter 2 the thirteen colonies and the British empire
Corporate colonies
Royal colonies
Proprietary colonies
English govt
Such as jamestown were opersted by joint stock companies
Such as virgina were to be under the direct authority and ruk…
Maryland and Pennsylvania were under the authority of individ…
Representative govt
Corporate colonies
Such as jamestown were opersted by joint stock companies
Royal colonies
Such as virgina were to be under the direct authority and ruk…
64 terms
AMSCO Chapter 2- The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
(Religion CUL)... These two related men controlled the virginia…
(Religion CUL)... Calvert passed this in Maryland after wealthy…
(Religion CUL)... Founder of the Providence colony.
(Religion CUL)... Colony founded by Roger Williams in 1636. He w…
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
(Religion CUL)... These two related men controlled the virginia…
Act of Toleration
(Religion CUL)... Calvert passed this in Maryland after wealthy…
35 terms
US History Chapter 2
cash crop
staple crops
tidewater
piedmont
were grown and were sold for a profit so that colonists could…
these were raw materials that had fairly large and constant m…
Where the largest Southern plantations were located, it was f…
the hilly upland region of the eastern US, located between th…
cash crop
were grown and were sold for a profit so that colonists could…
staple crops
these were raw materials that had fairly large and constant m…
35 terms
British History - Chapter 2
What was national debt?
When was national debt set up?
What was the sinking fund?
When did the sinking fund start?
A long term debt set up initially to meet the cost of the con…
1696
A saving scheme to pay off national debt. Tax money was put i…
1716
What was national debt?
A long term debt set up initially to meet the cost of the con…
When was national debt set up?
1696
64 terms
AMSCO Chapter 2- The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
(Religion CUL)... These two related men controlled the virginia…
(Religion CUL)... Calvert passed this in Maryland after wealthy…
(Religion CUL)... Founder of the Providence colony.
(Religion CUL)... Colony founded by Roger Williams in 1636. He w…
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
(Religion CUL)... These two related men controlled the virginia…
Act of Toleration
(Religion CUL)... Calvert passed this in Maryland after wealthy…
54 terms
APUSH Unit 2 Chapter 2 - The 13 Colonies and The British Empire, 1607 - 1754
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
The 2nd proprietor (his father being the 1st who died before…
1649 law implemented by Cecil Calvert in Maryland colony for…
1631 Boston arrival who denounced the land policies of Purita…
Community established by Roger Williams upon his exile from t…
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
The 2nd proprietor (his father being the 1st who died before…
Act of Toleration
1649 law implemented by Cecil Calvert in Maryland colony for…
64 terms
Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1754
Cecil Calvert
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Providence
owner of the Maryland proprietorship
religious freedom for all Christians, death to those who oppo…
Puritan dissident, thought individual conscience was beyond a…
colony founded by Roger Williams, Native Americans were dealt…
Cecil Calvert
owner of the Maryland proprietorship
Act of Toleration
religious freedom for all Christians, death to those who oppo…
44 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: 13 Colonies and the British Empire (1607-1750)
Corporate colonies
Royal colonies
Proprietary Colonies
Chesapeake colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
ex: Maryland and Pennsylvania; under the authority of individ…
Maryland and Virginia
Corporate colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
Royal colonies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
39 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1750
Corporate colonies
Royal colonies
Proprietary colonies
Cecil Calvert
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies, at least during t…
Colonies that were under the direct authority and rule of the…
Colonies that were under the authority of individuals granted…
(Second) Loyal proprietor that would carry the king's policie…
Corporate colonies
Colonies operated by joint-stock companies, at least during t…
Royal colonies
Colonies that were under the direct authority and rule of the…
28 terms
Chapter 2: The 13 Colonies & The British Empire 1607-1754, APUSH (complete)
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
When was the Spanish Armada defeated?
operated by joint-stock companies
under king directly
under individuals that are charters of the king
1588
corporate colonies
operated by joint-stock companies
royal colonies
under king directly
44 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: Colonies and the British Empire (1607-1750)
Corporate colonies
Royal colonies
Proprietary Colonies
Chesapeake colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
ex: Maryland and Pennsylvania; under the authority of individ…
Maryland and Virginia
Corporate colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
Royal colonies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
51 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1750
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Chesapeake Colonies
colonies with a charter granted to a company
ruled by governor appointed by monarch
royal charter granted to an individual
these colonies mostly relied on agriculture, specifically tob…
corporate colonies
colonies with a charter granted to a company
royal colonies
ruled by governor appointed by monarch
48 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: 13 Colonies and the British Empire (1607-1750)
Corporate colonies
Royal colonies
Proprietary Colonies
Chesapeake colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
ex: Maryland and Pennsylvania; under the authority of individ…
Maryland and Virginia
Corporate colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
Royal colonies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
64 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: The 13 Colonies and the British Empire (1607-1754)
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore... [Religion]
Act of Toleration... [Religion]
Roger Williams... [Religion]
Providence... [Religion]
...
...
...
...
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore... [Religion]
...
Act of Toleration... [Religion]
...
44 terms
Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1750
Corporate colonies
Royal colonies
Proprietary Colonies
Chesapeake colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
ex: Maryland and Pennsylvania; under the authority of individ…
Maryland and Virginia
Corporate colonies
ex: Jamestown; operated by joint-stock companies
Royal colonies
ex: Virginia (1624); under the direct authority and rule of t…
51 terms
APUSH Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1750
corporate colonies
royal colonies
proprietary colonies
Chesapeake Colonies
colonies with a charter granted to a company
ruled by governor appointed by monarch
royal charter granted to an individual
these colonies mostly relied on agriculture, specifically tob…
corporate colonies
colonies with a charter granted to a company
royal colonies
ruled by governor appointed by monarch
9 terms
US History - Chapter 2
conquer
mission
convert
joint-stock company
to take over and control
a settlement, built by a church, from which people teach thei…
to change from one religion or belief to another
a company in which people give money to share costs
conquer
to take over and control
mission
a settlement, built by a church, from which people teach thei…
24 terms
Chapter 2: The 13 Colonies and the British Empire, 1607 - 1754
Anne Hutchinson
Antinomianism
Bacon's Rebellion
Corporate Colony
Anne Hutchinson was a member of the Massachusetts Bay Colony…
Antinomianism is Anne Hutchinson's hallmark belief that chall…
Nathaniel Bacon led this rebellion against Sir William Berkel…
Corporate colonies were operated by joint-stock companies. Jo…
Anne Hutchinson
Anne Hutchinson was a member of the Massachusetts Bay Colony…
Antinomianism
Antinomianism is Anne Hutchinson's hallmark belief that chall…
54 terms
Chapter 2: The Thirteen Colonies and The British Empire 1607-1754
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Act of Toleration
Roger Williams
Anne Hutchinson
Proprietor of Maryland after his father passed away in 1634,…
A 1649 Maryland law that provided religious freedom for all C…
A dissenter who clashed with the Massachusetts Puritans over…
Woman who challenged Puritan religious authorities in Massach…
Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Proprietor of Maryland after his father passed away in 1634,…
Act of Toleration
A 1649 Maryland law that provided religious freedom for all C…
30 terms
Chapter 2: The 13 Colonies and the British Empire, 1607-1754
3 types of charters
Why was England ready to colonize?
Jamestown
Plymouth Colony
Corporate, royal, proprietary ... tradition of representative gov.
1588-after Spanish Armada, reputation as naval power... populati…
King James I in 2607... Virginia Company=1st permanent English c…
Separatists--wanted separate church... left for Holland, but did…
3 types of charters
Corporate, royal, proprietary ... tradition of representative gov.
Why was England ready to colonize?
1588-after Spanish Armada, reputation as naval power... populati…
43 terms
APUSH Period 2 Chapter 2 The Thirteen Colonies and the British Empire
Types of colonies
Unlike the French and Spanish colonist…
Early English Settlements
Jamestwon
Corporate colonies: ex Jamestown, were operated by joint-stoc…
Every colony received its identity and authority by means of…
English defeated spanish armada in 1588, by doing this they e…
King James I chartered teh Virginia Company, joint-stock comp…
Types of colonies
Corporate colonies: ex Jamestown, were operated by joint-stoc…
Unlike the French and Spanish colonist…
Every colony received its identity and authority by means of…
31 terms
Chapter 2: The 13 Colonies and the British Empire 1607 - 1754
John Smith
John Rolfe
Virginia Company
*Jamestown
Captain John Smith led the Jamestown residents to survive its…
John Rolfe and his Indian wife, Pocahontas, the colony develo…
The Virginia Company refers collectively to two joint stock c…
England's King James I chartered the Virginia Company, a join…
John Smith
Captain John Smith led the Jamestown residents to survive its…
John Rolfe
John Rolfe and his Indian wife, Pocahontas, the colony develo…
21 terms
US HISTORY Chapter 2
Merchant
Monarch
Territory
Noble
a buyer and seller of goods
a person who rules a kingdom or territory
land belonging to a country or government
someone who is part of a society's upper
Merchant
a buyer and seller of goods
Monarch
a person who rules a kingdom or territory
36 terms
US HISTORY CHAPTER 2
cabinet
enumerated powers
implied powers
judicial review
a group of advisors to the president
powers listed in the Constitution as belonging to the federal…
powers not specifically listed in the Constitution but claime…
power of the Supreme Court to determine whether laws of Congr…
cabinet
a group of advisors to the president
enumerated powers
powers listed in the Constitution as belonging to the federal…
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