Glossary of 13 colonies 2
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- what are the four major cities?
- NYC, Boston, Charleston, Philly
- what is the south's main economy
- cash crops and plantations
- what are the middle colonies main economy?
- bread colonies
- What is New England's main economy?
- Fishing and Ship Building
- when was the first english colony settled, and what was it?
- Jamestown COlony of Virginia- 1607
- Roanoke Colony
- a lost colony that mysteriously vanished. attemped colony by the english
- Virginia Dare
- First english baby born in the "new World"
- a written agreement guaranteeing the rights and privleges of subjects in a state or country
- making money for the mother country
- What are the four freedom documets?
- Mayflower Compact (mass), fundamental order of CT (CT), Toleration Act of 1649 (maryland), and Exetor COmpact (New Hampshire)
- Fundamental Order of Ct
- 1st elaborate documentt of freddom guaranteeing certain rights to the CT colonists
- Mayflower Compact
- a freeedom document written by the pilgrims atating lawas and rules to live by
- 102 english people who came to the New World, on the mayflower
- plymouth colony
- 1st new england colony settled in 1620 by pilgrims
- massachusetts bay colony
- settlement by puritans in BOston, and all of mass. and maine
- english reforming protestants (mostly strict calvonists) who began mass, bay colony
- Plantation system
- large farm growing one crop, worked by slaves
- cash crops
- $ maling crop grown in large quanities
- native american who taught pilgrims how to plant, associated with 1st thanksgiving
- naval stores
- goods produced to build ships : timber, pitch, and turpentine
- plant that produces purple dye used in making clothing
- indentured servant
- servants who worked for 7 years on a plantation to earn passage to america
- mason dixon line
- borderline between PA< MD< AND DE to settle boundary dispute- line separating N and S in civil war
- toleration act of 1649
- maryland, allowing protestants and RC's to both have rights
- pacifists, simple in dress, no formal creed, no church, no formal bible, mett in metting houses, abolitionists, accept all people, humanitarians, reject organized churches, no clergy
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