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decimate destroy;kill
implicate to be involved with or connected with
pluralistic a society where many religious, cultural, and racial grouos co-exist
assimilate to take in and incorporate as ones own
historian an authority on history
archeologist a scientitst who studies past human cultures by looking at the clues they left behind
anthropologist a scientist who studies the origins, characteristics and and customs of humankind
charter an official document that gives the person the right to establish a colony
indentured servant a colonist who gets a free trip to America in exchange for a number of unpaid working years
headright system a sytem in which colonists could buy land
joint-stock company a business formed by a group of people who jointly make an investment and share profits and losses
Toleration Act of 1649 a law that made restricting the religious rights of a Christian a crime
Royal Colony English colonies in North America had their own governments. Each government had power by a charter. The English monarch had ultimate power
Authority power, right to rule
Proprietary Colony
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