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Chapter 3 Vocab

vocabulary words in chapter 3 for social studies

TermDefinition
Charter A written contract issued by a government giving the holder the right to establish a colony.
Malaria A disease spread by Mosquitoes.
John Smith A soldeir, adventurer, and the leader of Jamestown.
Pocahontas The duaghter of a Powhaton Indian Chief.
Joint-stock company A business in which investors pool their wealth in order to turn a profit.
Indentured servants People who sold their labor in exchange for passage to America.
House of Burgesses It was Created in 1995. it is the first sentative assembly in the American Colonies.
Bacon's Rebellion A Revolt against powerful colonial authority in Jamestown by Nathaniel Bacon and a group of landless frontier settlers that resulted in the burning of Jamestown in 1676.
Pilgrims
Mayflower Compact
Puritans
Great Migration
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
Roger Williams
Anne Hutchinson
King Philip's War
Peter Stuyvesant
Patroon
Duke of York
Proprietary colony
William Penn
Quaker
Royal colony
James Oglethorpe
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