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NA and Exploration

Native Americans and Early Exploration

Spanish Explorers Conquistadores
Regulation of trade for the benifit of the Government Mercantilism
Religious movement that split the Catholic Church Protestant Reformation
The First European (Spanish) settlement in South Carolina San Miguel de Gualdape
Settlement by the French in SC on Port Royal, present day Parris Island Charlesfort
Area of vast forrest that is home to Native Americans of SC Eastern Woodlands
Name give to people who split from the Catholic Church Protestant
Spain's second attempt at settlement in SC, attacked by Native Americans, present day Beaufort San Felipe
This regions economy is based on lumber, ship building and trade New England Colonies
Nickenamed the "Breadbasket" Colonies Middle Colonies
This region has plantations and used slave labor Southern Colonies
Provided land to anyone who paid their own passage to the New World Headright
Corn, Bean, Squash Three Sister Crops
Moved to South Carolina from Florida to escape Spanish Slavery Yemassee
Tribe that lived in the foothills or Blueridge Region of SC Cherokee
Tribe know as "the River People" because the rivers were their source of food and transportation Catawba
The first Permanent Settlement in SC Charles Town
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