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Lesson 2: Part I

Culture, Class, and Race in Colonial America

TermDefinition
The Day of Doom A poem written by Rev. Michael Wigglesworth describing the fate of sinners on Judgment Day.
Gullah Creole language which was spoken on the Sea Islands of Georgia-South Carolina Coast.
Metacomet's War (King Phillips War) turning point in English and Native American relations in the late seventeenth century. Destroyed American population, towns, and cattle.
Albert Memmi Jew; outsider in the predominantly Muslim country. Observed both Muslim and French colonial world. Assimilation or resistance.
Nathanial Bacon Led an army revolt against the Indians at no cost. He just wanted an army to destroy Indians who crossed paths with white men –denied. Bacon went against the government and destroyed Indians. Burned down Jamestown.
Great Migration 70 percent of all immigrants came to New England with family members.
Sumptuary Laws Required that only the elites of a township or village be allowed to wear and own luxury items.
Bacon's Rebellion Armed rebellion in 1676 by Virginia settlers led by Nathaniel Bacon against the rule of Governor William Berkeley.
spectral evidence Reports of dreams and visions in which the accused appeared as the devil's agent.
William Berkeley Colonial governor of Virginia
Salem Witchcraft Trials Series of hearings and prosecutions of people accused of witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts
Anthony Johnson African American who gained freedom with his wife and ran an estate; Pungoteague Creek.
Stono Rebellion (Uprising) Slave rebellion in South Carolina in which slaves seized guns and ammunition, killing several white planters.
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