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US History: The English Colonies Vocabulary
Indentured Servants
Authority
Factors
Headright System
Men, women, and sometimes children signed a contract with a m…
The power or right
A circumstance or fact
It was used as a way to attract new settlers to the region an…
Indentured Servants
Men, women, and sometimes children signed a contract with a m…
Authority
The power or right
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US History: The English Colonies Vocabulary
Indentured servants
Authority
Factors
Headright system
Men, women, and sometimes children signed a contract with a m…
the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforc…
a circumstance, fact, or influence that contributes to a resu…
The early inhabitants of Jamestown were employees of the Virg…
Indentured servants
Men, women, and sometimes children signed a contract with a m…
Authority
the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforc…
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History Vocabulary: First English Colonies
Roanoke Island
Virginia
Jamestown
Queen Elizabeth I
Island off the coast of North Carolina, site of England's fir…
State on the Eastern Atlantic coast. It was the site of the f…
The first permanent English colony in North America, founded…
1533-1603 Queen of England during the English defeat of the S…
Roanoke Island
Island off the coast of North Carolina, site of England's fir…
Virginia
State on the Eastern Atlantic coast. It was the site of the f…
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History vocabulary words- English colonies
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
Indentured servents
The first permanent English settlement in North America
A British settler who took control of Jamestown and built a F…
Daughter of the Powhatan leader who married John Rolfe formin…
Servants who signed a contract to work for 4- 7 years for tho…
Jamestown
The first permanent English settlement in North America
John Smith
A British settler who took control of Jamestown and built a F…
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US History:The English Colonies Vocabulary
Indentured Servants
Authority
Factors
Headright system
A colonist who received free passage to North America in exch…
A fact or statement that is used to support a position or dec…
A crop broker who managed the trade between the southern plan…
The headright system was originally created 1618 in Jamestown…
Indentured Servants
A colonist who received free passage to North America in exch…
Authority
A fact or statement that is used to support a position or dec…
History vocabulary set English colonies
Puritans
Pilgrims
Immigrants
Mayflower compact
A protestant group who wanted to purify, or reform, the angli…
One separatist group hat left England in the early 1600s to e…
People who have left the country of their birth to live in an…
A legal contract in which they agreed to have fair laws to pr…
Puritans
A protestant group who wanted to purify, or reform, the angli…
Pilgrims
One separatist group hat left England in the early 1600s to e…
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US History English Colonies Vocabulary
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
Indentured servants
English settlement 1607 Virginia
Leader of Jamestown
Powhatan Indian married John Rolfe
Colonists who worked for their passage to America
Jamestown
English settlement 1607 Virginia
John Smith
Leader of Jamestown
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US History: The English Colonies Vocabulary
Indentured servants
Authority
Factors
Headright system
A person under contract to work for another person for a defi…
the power or right give orders, make decisions, and enforce o…
a circumstance, fact, or influence that contributes to a resu…
Headrights are most notable for their role in the expansion o…
Indentured servants
A person under contract to work for another person for a defi…
Authority
the power or right give orders, make decisions, and enforce o…
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US History: The English Colonies Vocabulary
Authority
Factors
Headright system
Slave Codes
the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforc…
a circumstance, fact, or influence that contributes to a resu…
It was used as a way to attract new settlers to the region an…
Slaves codes were state laws established to determine the sta…
Authority
the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforc…
Factors
a circumstance, fact, or influence that contributes to a resu…
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US History - The English Colonies
Who did a company of English merchants…
In what year did the first 105 colonis…
What was the first permanent English s…
What skill did the first English colon…
King James
1607
Jamestown
Farming (and carpentry)
Who did a company of English merchants…
King James
In what year did the first 105 colonis…
1607
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Life in English Colonies Vocabulary
town meeting
English Bill of Rights
triangular trade
Great Awakening
center of politics in New England, people discussed local iss…
1689, act reduced the powers of the English king (monarch) an…
goods and slaves were traded among the Americas, Britain, and…
religious movement that swept through the colonies in the 173…
town meeting
center of politics in New England, people discussed local iss…
English Bill of Rights
1689, act reduced the powers of the English king (monarch) an…
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US History Unit 1.3 The English Colonies
Jamestown
indentured servants
Bacon's Rebellion
Toleration Act of 1649
the first permanent English settlement in North America
servants who signed a contract to work for four to seven year…
a group of former indentured servants led by Nathaniel Bacon…
bill in Maryland which made it a crime to restrict the religi…
Jamestown
the first permanent English settlement in North America
indentured servants
servants who signed a contract to work for four to seven year…
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US History English Colonies
Separatists
Puritans
Mayflower Compact
Great Migration
group of people who broke with the Anglican Church
Protestants who wanted to "purify" the Anglican Church of all…
document that established a self-governing colony based on th…
period of time when more than 40,000 people left England for…
Separatists
group of people who broke with the Anglican Church
Puritans
Protestants who wanted to "purify" the Anglican Church of all…
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8th Grade History English Colonies Vocabulary
Mercantilism
Cash Crops
Charter
Democratic
An economic policy in which nations try to gain wealth by con…
Tobacco, sugar, and cotton raised in large quantities and sol…
A formal document issued by the king that outlined a colonies…
The power to govern belongs to the people.
Mercantilism
An economic policy in which nations try to gain wealth by con…
Cash Crops
Tobacco, sugar, and cotton raised in large quantities and sol…
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US history chapter 3 The English Colonies Vocabulary
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
indentured servents
The first permanent English settlement in North America, foun…
a leader of Jamestown who built a fort and sought help from t…
a Powhatan woman (the daughter of Powhatan) who befriended th…
people who signed a contract to work for four to seven years…
Jamestown
The first permanent English settlement in North America, foun…
John Smith
a leader of Jamestown who built a fort and sought help from t…
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American History Vocabulary: First English Colonies
Roanoke Island
Virginia
Jamestown
Queen Elizabeth I
island off the coast of North Carolina, site of England's fir…
State in the eastern Atlantic coast. It was the first permane…
first permanent English colony in North America, founded on 1…
queen of England during the English defeat of the Spanish Arm…
Roanoke Island
island off the coast of North Carolina, site of England's fir…
Virginia
State in the eastern Atlantic coast. It was the first permane…
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History Vocabulary: European Exploration and English Colonies
Columbian Exchange
Colony
Coureurs de Bois
Charter
Swapping plants, animals, and diseases between Europe and the…
Land claimed by a country in order to use its resources.
French fur trappers.
A formal document from a king that laid out a colony's bounda…
Columbian Exchange
Swapping plants, animals, and diseases between Europe and the…
Colony
Land claimed by a country in order to use its resources.
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Vocabulary History - European Exploration and the English Colonies
Colombian Exchange
Colony
Coureurs de Bois
Charter
Swapping plants, animals, and diseases between Europe and the…
Land claimed by a country in order to use it's resources
A french fur trapper
A formal document from a king that laid out a colony's bounda…
Colombian Exchange
Swapping plants, animals, and diseases between Europe and the…
Colony
Land claimed by a country in order to use it's resources
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History Alive! The English Colonies in America
indentured servant
New England Colonies
Mayflower Compact
What did James Oglethorpe hope the Geo…
a person who signed an agreement to work for a master for a p…
farming was difficult because of its long harsh winters, and…
An agreement that Pilgrims wrote and signed describing how th…
A colony where English Debtors and Prisoners were sent.
indentured servant
a person who signed an agreement to work for a master for a p…
New England Colonies
farming was difficult because of its long harsh winters, and…
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History - English colonies Vocab
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
Indentured Servants
The first permanent English settlement in North America
A British settler who took control of Jamestown and built a f…
Daughter of the Powhatan leader who married John Rolfe formin…
Servants who signed a contract to work for 4-7 years for thos…
Jamestown
The first permanent English settlement in North America
John Smith
A British settler who took control of Jamestown and built a f…
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US History: English Colonies
What are the four New England colonies?
What is the New England "nickname" and…
What kind of colony was New England?
Geography/climate of New England colon…
Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island
The Holy Commonwealth-the whole colony was Puritan (wanted re…
Charter- a group established the colony
The northern colonies; rocky soil/cool climate-used fishing a…
What are the four New England colonies?
Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island
What is the New England "nickname" and…
The Holy Commonwealth-the whole colony was Puritan (wanted re…
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English Colonies Vocabulary
authorized
cash crop
charter
democratic
to grant permission for something
a crop, such as tobacco, sugar, and cotton, raised in large q…
a formal document issued by the king that outlined a colony's…
ruled by the people. In a democracy, the power to govern belo…
authorized
to grant permission for something
cash crop
a crop, such as tobacco, sugar, and cotton, raised in large q…
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History midterm English colonies
New England
Middle colonies
Chesapeake
Lower south
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware
Virginia, Maryland
Carolina's, Georgia
New England
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island
Middle colonies
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware
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American History Chapter 2: The First English Colonies
Puritans
Roanoke
Magna Carta
Francis Drake
main religous group who wanted to reform the Church of Englan…
"The Lost Colony," the first attempt at a colony in America t…
A charter that limited the government of England.
The first Englishmen to circumnavigate the world, instrumenta…
Puritans
main religous group who wanted to reform the Church of Englan…
Roanoke
"The Lost Colony," the first attempt at a colony in America t…
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US History: The English Colonies
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
Indentured Servants
The first permeant English settlement in North America
He helped the settlement flourish because he forced the settl…
The daughter of the Powhatan leader who married John Rolfe an…
Workers who signed a contract stating they would work for 4-7…
Jamestown
The first permeant English settlement in North America
John Smith
He helped the settlement flourish because he forced the settl…
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The English Colonies Vocabulary
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
indentured servants
The first permanent English settlement in North America, foun…
Helped found and govern Jamestown. His leadership and strict…
the daughter of the Powhatan chief; married John Rolfe; key t…
Colonists who received free passage to North America in excha…
Jamestown
The first permanent English settlement in North America, foun…
John Smith
Helped found and govern Jamestown. His leadership and strict…
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Vocabulary words - English Colonies
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
Indentured Servants
The first permanent English settlement in North America.
A British settler who took control of Jamestown and built a f…
Daughter of the Powhatan leader who married John Rolfe formin…
Servants who signed a contract to work for 4-7 years for thos…
Jamestown
The first permanent English settlement in North America.
John Smith
A British settler who took control of Jamestown and built a f…
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History Vocabulary: Thirteen Colonies
settlers
colony
starvation
permanent
people who move to another land to live
an area that is ruled by another country
death from not having enough food
not going away; staying
settlers
people who move to another land to live
colony
an area that is ruled by another country
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English Colonies - History
1619
pilgrims
Squanto
Puritans
Slavery is introduced
Wanted to separate from the Church of England / called Separa…
Native-American who help the Pilgrims survive
Settled Massachusetts Bay (Boston) / John Winthrop was the go…
1619
Slavery is introduced
pilgrims
Wanted to separate from the Church of England / called Separa…
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History Early English Colonies
Jamestown
Religious differences
Spanish Armada
Roanoke
___________ was the first permanent and successful establishe…
___________ and trading rivalry divided the countries of Engl…
The Defeat of the __________ cleared the way for England to s…
The colony of __________ cleared the way for England to start…
Jamestown
___________ was the first permanent and successful establishe…
Religious differences
___________ and trading rivalry divided the countries of Engl…
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History The English Colonies
Smallpox
India
Religious persecution
Pilgrim men
How did the English settlements in America afftect indians?
All places were involved in The triangular trade except
What was the main reason the Pilgrims came to America
Who had to sign the Mayflower compact
Smallpox
How did the English settlements in America afftect indians?
India
All places were involved in The triangular trade except
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History English colonies
Jamestown
Authority
Factors
John Smith
First permanent English settlement in North America.
Power, right to rule.
Causes
An English explorer, writer, and soldier.
Jamestown
First permanent English settlement in North America.
Authority
Power, right to rule.
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history, the english colonies
The Columbian Exchange
Headright System
Indentured servants
Planters
transfer of plants, animals, and diseases between the America…
system set up by London Company that gave 50 acres of land to…
colonists who received free passage to North America in excha…
wealthy farmers with large plantations
The Columbian Exchange
transfer of plants, animals, and diseases between the America…
Headright System
system set up by London Company that gave 50 acres of land to…
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History English Colonies
Motives for the settlements of colonies
3 regions
Puritans Leg.
Quaker Leg.
-Freedom of religion: Massachusetts ... -Money: Virginia ... -Start…
-New England... -Southern... -Middle
-Foster homes... -Taxes for schools
-Jury of peers... -Free religion
Motives for the settlements of colonies
-Freedom of religion: Massachusetts ... -Money: Virginia ... -Start…
3 regions
-New England... -Southern... -Middle
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History The English Colonies
Jamestown
John Smith
Pocahontas
Indentured Servants
40 miles up James River in Virginia, colonist founded __ *The…
Took control of the colony & built a fort in 1608
John Rolfe's wife, daughter of the Powhatan leader in 1614-ma…
They signed a contract to work for 4-7 yrs. for the people th…
Jamestown
40 miles up James River in Virginia, colonist founded __ *The…
John Smith
Took control of the colony & built a fort in 1608
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history english colonies
English Bill of Rights
Great Awakening
Education
Women in the Colonies
-Limits kings power... -Parliament more powerful... -Colonists want…
-People were extremely religious ... -1730s to the 1740s
-Flourished in New England... -Wanted children to be able to rea…
-ran farms, businesses, and practiced medicine... -many more opp…
English Bill of Rights
-Limits kings power... -Parliament more powerful... -Colonists want…
Great Awakening
-People were extremely religious ... -1730s to the 1740s
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U.S. History - English Colonies in America
cash crop
charter
covenant
House of Burgessess
A crops raised on large quantities to be sold for profit. (to…
A document issued to a colony that states the rights and priv…
A binding agreement; a compact, usually with God.
Made the laws for the Jamestown colony.... (only wealthy, white,…
cash crop
A crops raised on large quantities to be sold for profit. (to…
charter
A document issued to a colony that states the rights and priv…
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English Colonies-HISTORY
authorize
cash crop
charter
democratic
to grant permission for something
crop such as tobacco or sugar, sold for cash
document issued by the king that outlined colony's boundaries…
Rule by the people, government belongs to people
authorize
to grant permission for something
cash crop
crop such as tobacco or sugar, sold for cash
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History English Colonies
Jamestown Virginia
Plymouth Massachusetts
Mass Bay
Providence Rhode Island
John Smith ... Corporate... business... tobacco... house of burgesses
William Bradford... Corporate... religious freedom... beaver pelts... may…
John Winthrop... Corporate and Proprietary... religious/political c…
Roger Williams ... Proprietary... religious freedom... farms, fishing…
Jamestown Virginia
John Smith ... Corporate... business... tobacco... house of burgesses
Plymouth Massachusetts
William Bradford... Corporate... religious freedom... beaver pelts... may…
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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…
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History: English Colonies
Virginia
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
1607, Jamestown, founder John Smith, Sir Walter Raleigh, Virg…
1629, john Winthrop, Massachusetts Bay company, Reason- to es…
1636, providence, roger Williams, Reason- felt government sho…
1639 Hartford, Thomas hooker, Reason-to- to have the right to…
Virginia
1607, Jamestown, founder John Smith, Sir Walter Raleigh, Virg…
Massachusetts
1629, john Winthrop, Massachusetts Bay company, Reason- to es…
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Ch 3-The English Colonies US History
Jamestown
John Smith
indentured servant
Bacon's Rebellion
the first permanent English settlement in North America
took control of Jamestown, forced settlers to work harder
people that signed a contract to work for 4-7 years for those…
when former indentured servants attacked Jamestown to rebel a…
Jamestown
the first permanent English settlement in North America
John Smith
took control of Jamestown, forced settlers to work harder
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The English Colonies US History
Indentured Servants
Authority
Factors
Headright System
A colonist who received free passage to North America in exch…
the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforc…
A crop broker who managed the trade between southern planters…
It was used as a way to attract new settlers to the region an…
Indentured Servants
A colonist who received free passage to North America in exch…
Authority
the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforc…
58 terms
History: English colonies
Protestant Nation
Queen Elizabeth I
Magna Charter
King John
What kind of nation was England
Called for a Bible to be placed in every church
Great Charter
Who signed the Magna Charter
Protestant Nation
What kind of nation was England
Queen Elizabeth I
Called for a Bible to be placed in every church
English Colonies - Vocabulary
cash crop
dissent
export
import
a crop grown and used for selling, not for use by the people…
disagreement
something sold to other countries
things bought from other countries
cash crop
a crop grown and used for selling, not for use by the people…
dissent
disagreement
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US History: English Colonies
What are the four New England colonies?
What is the New England "nickname" and…
What kind of colony was New England?
Geography/climate of New England colon…
Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island
The Holy Commonwealth-the whole colony was Puritan (wanted re…
Charter- a group established the colony
The northern colonies; rocky soil/cool climate-used fishing a…
What are the four New England colonies?
Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island
What is the New England "nickname" and…
The Holy Commonwealth-the whole colony was Puritan (wanted re…
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English Colonies Vocabulary
Joint Stock Company
Investor
Jamestown
Mayflower
a business set up to raise money to make English settlements…
someone who puts their money into a company and expects to ge…
the 1st permanent English settlement in the New World. Led by…
Compact set up by the Pilgrims when they reached Plymouth (in…
Joint Stock Company
a business set up to raise money to make English settlements…
Investor
someone who puts their money into a company and expects to ge…
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US History: The English Colonies Vocab.
Indentured servants
Authority
Factors
Headright system
A person under contract to work for another person for a defi…
the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforc…
a circumstance, fact, or influence that contributes to a resu…
a legal grant of land to settlers.
Indentured servants
A person under contract to work for another person for a defi…
Authority
the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforc…
25 terms
US History; The English Colonies Vocab
Indentured servants
Authority
Factors
Head right system
A person under contract to work for another person for a defi…
The power or right to give orders.
A circumstance, fact, or influence to make an outcome.
A legal grant of land to settlers.
Indentured servants
A person under contract to work for another person for a defi…
Authority
The power or right to give orders.
25 terms
English Colonies Vocabulary
Indentured servants
Authority
Factors
Headright system
A colonist who received free passage to North America in exch…
The authorization, permission, power, or right to act on anot…
A crop broker who manged the trade between southern planters…
a legal grant of land to settlers.
Indentured servants
A colonist who received free passage to North America in exch…
Authority
The authorization, permission, power, or right to act on anot…
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