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Unit 3 Victor

Authority the power or right to rule Mayflower Compact a document written by the pilgrims that sets up their rules' and government
Headright System colonist that payed for their way to the NEW WORLD get 50 acres of land when you move to virginia and when some one comes you get more Puritans protestants who want to purifie and reform the church of England
Indentured Servant a colonist who recieved free passage to North America in exchange for working without pay for a certain number of years Pilgrims/Separatists a member of a the separatists
Toleration Act of 1649 a Maryland law that made restricting the religous rights of Christians a crime; the first law guaranteing religious freedom to be passed in America Persecution the systematic mistreatment of someone based on their religous beliefs
Royal Colony is founded and controlled by the king Religious Tolerence respecting or allowing different religions
Historian a person who studies and writes about history Archeologist someone who recovers and studies bones and artifacts uncovered from the ground
Anthropologist a person who studies cultures Established Church a church that is recognized by law, and sometimes financially supported, as the official church of a nation
Charter an unofficial document that gives a person the right to establish a colony Proprietary Colony land is given to investers get to make the rules
Joint Stock-Company a buisness formed by a group of people who jointly make an investment and share in profits amd losses
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