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History UNITÉ UN

Businesses in which a group of people invest together. joint-stock company
Power Authority
The _______________ was a reward system set up by the London Company. Every time he brought another colonist, he got 50 acres of land. Headright system
These servants signed a contract to work for 4 to 7 years for those who payed for their journey to America. Indentured servant
A Marilyn the law that made restricting the religious rights of Christians a crime; the first law guaranteeing religious freedom passed in America. Toleration act of 1649
A colony ruled by a king Royal colony
A colony controlled by investors Propriety colony
to be involved on or connected with Implicate
a society with many religions, cultural, and racial groups co-exist Pluralistic
The winter of 1609, Jamestown, disease and famine Starving time
To take in and incorporate as one's own Assimilate
An official document that gives the person the right to establish a colony Charter
One who studies history as a living Historian
The systematic study of past human life and culture by the recovery and examination of remaining material evidence Archaeologist
One who studies the origin, the behavior, physical, social, and cultural developmeint of humans. Anthropologist
To destroy, kill Decimate
middle passage the forced voyage of enslaved Africans across the Atlantic Ocean to the Americas
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