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Soc. Stud. ch 4

armada a spanish word for a fleet of ships
charter a written agreement giving someone the rigt to establish a colony
indentured servent a person who agreed to work for a certain number f ears in return for a passage to America, food, clothing, and shelter
pilgrim a person who makes a journey for religious reasons
Sepratists a group of people who decided to break away or seperate from the church of England.
tolerance respecting beliefs that are different from one's own.
compact an agreement
cape a stripof land that streches into a body of water
diversity the variety of people in a group
missionary a person who teaches their religion the others who have different beliefs
invest to put money into something to try to earn more.
stock a piece of ownership in a company
cash crop a crop people grow and sell to earn money.
claim something declared as one's own, especially a piece of land
invasion an attack by an armed force to conquer a country
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Who was Henry Hudson? He was a English Captian
Who was John Cabot? He was a Italian explorer
Why did The European explorers search for a Northwest Passage? they wanted to find a faste route to Asia, where thr could get silk and spices.
What happened after the defeat of the Spanish Armada? England used its new power to claim more land in the Americas.
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