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chapter 5 vocab s.s

Edmund Andros angered the colonists by ending their representive assemblies and allowing town meetings to be held only once a year.
John Locke argued that people have natural rights.
Benjamin Franklin famous American Enlightenment figure
johnathen edwards one of the best known preachers, terrified listeners with images of Gods anger but promised they could be saved.
john peter zenger publisher of the new york weekly journal, stood trial for printing criticism of newyorks governor.
salutary Neglect hands off policy of england towards its american colonies during the first half of the 1700s
apprentice learned to trade from and experienced craftsman.
treaty of paris britian claimed all of north america east of the mississippi river.ended french and indian war
parliment englands chief lawmaking body, was the colonists' model for representative government.
french and indian war finial war. 1754-1763. decided which nation would control the northern and eastern parts of north america.
battle of quebec was the turning point of the french and indian was.battle won by the british over the french.
glorious revolution the overthrow of english king james II in 1658 and his replacement by william and mary.
proclamation of 1763 forbade colonists to settle west of the applations.
magna carta in 1215 , a group of english noblemen forced king john to accept the Magna Carta, or great charter
george whitefield drew thousands of people with his sermons and raised funds to start homes for orphans.
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