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Chapter 5 Vocab KL

A person who learns trade from an experienced craftsman. apprentice
The mass movement of people becoming more faith full in their religion or switching religion. Great Awakening
A well-known preacher during the Great Awakening. Jonathan Edwards
A preacher who drew thousands of people to help raise funds for homes for orphans. George Whitefield
A time of science and knowledge. Enlightenment
A famous American Enlightenment figure. Benjamin Franklin
An English philosopher that argued that people have natural rights. John Locke
The first charter that was made for a war and gave rights to the noblemen in England. Magna Carta
England's chief lawmaking body. Parliament
The royal governor that ruled The Domain of England. Edmund Andros
The change of England's leadership. Glorious Revolution
An agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and Parliament. English Bill of Rights
The time when England didn't interfere with the colonies. salutary neglect
A publisher that was accused of criticizing the governor. John Peter Zenger
A war between the French and Indians versus the British colonies. French and Indian war
The first formal proposal that the colonies should unite. It was proposed by Benjamin Franklin. Albany Plan of Union
The battle that was the turning point in the French and Indian War. Battle off Quebec
The treaty that ended the war.It stated Britain takes all the land from the east of the Mississippi. Treaty of Paris
The revolt of the Indians attacking three British forts. Pontiac's Rebellion
The law that forbade colonists to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains. Proclamation of 1763
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