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chapter 5 vocabulary

Apprentice LJ A beginner who learns a trade or a crafting from experinced craftsman.
Great Awakening A Religous revival feeling in the american colonies during the 1730s and 1740s.
Johnathan Edwards one of the best known prechers terrified listeners with images of Gods wrath.
George Whitefield Drew thousand of people with his sermons and rasied money funds to to start an orphanage.
Enlightenment Enphasized reason and science as the path to knowledge.
Benjaman Franklin A famous american enlightenment figure.
John locke Argued that people have natural rights.
Magna Carta A document garenteing basic political rights.
Parliament England's cheif lawmaking body.
Edmund Andros Govener that angered colonist.
Gloious Revolution The overthrow of English king James2 in 1688 and replacement by William and Mary.
English Bill of rights` An agreement signed by William and Mary to respect the rights of the rights of reason and the english citizens to vote for elected offical in parlament.
Salutary neglect A hannds off policy of england towards its american colonies during the first half of the 1700s.
John Peter Zenger A publisher who stood trial for criticizing the govener of New York.
French and Indian War
Albany plan of union
battle of Quebec
Treaty of paris
Pontic's Rebellion
Proclamation of 1763
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