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Review p. 148-158

Rev. for 148-158

the practice of holding people against their will and making them work without pay slavery
religious settlements missions
large farms plantations
land that is ruled by another country colony
part ownership in a business stock
the lawmaking branch of the government legislature
a crop that people grow to sell cash crop
a colony that is owned by a king or queen royal colony
money that is left over after the costs have been paid profit
a resource that can be used to make a product raw material
people who agree to work without pay for a certain amount of time indentured servants
The first group of people that the Spanish used as slaves Native Americans
Lands on the edge of New Spain borderlands
Which English queen decided to set up an English colony in 1584? Queen Elizabeth I
Which colony was planned by Walter Raliegh and was a complete failure? Roanoke
Who helped save the suffering colony of Jamestown by making the rule that if you didn't work you didn't eat? John Smith
What was Virginia's legislature called? The House of Burgesses
Why was the location of Jamestown a poor choice for a settlement? It was surrounded by marsh land which made farming difficult.
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