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Ch. 5 Lesson 3/4 Voc

Ch. 5 Europeans Conquer North America Lesson 3 and 4

Cash Crop A product that can be sold for a profit
Indentured Servants English colonists to the Americas who agreed to work without pay in exchange for free passage across the Atlantic Ocean and room and board.
Pilgrims English religious group persecuted for not joining the Church of England. They founded Plymouth Colony.
Puritans English religious group persecuted for their faith. They founded Massachusetts bay Colony.
Toleration Allowing people to follow their own beliefs, especially religious.
Haven A safe place.
Lords Proprietors English owners of the colony of Carolina, present-day North Carolina and South Carolina.
Created by: gcassidy