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Unit 2 vocabulary

Endure Lasting
Fetid Having a fowl or rotten smell
Slave Codes Laws passed in the colonies to control slaves
Anachronism An error in time or place
Pilgrim A member of a Puritan Separist sect that left England in the early 1600s to settle in the Americas
Puritan Protestants who wanted to reform the Church of England
Great Migration A period of African American movement from the South to the cities in the North
City on a hill Speech given by John Winthrop to Puritan to encourage them to be a model or example for the world
Quakers Society of Friends; Protestant sect founded in 1640s in England whose members believed that salvation was available to all people
Scourge Punish, made to suffer
Refuge A safe place
Religious tolerance Accepting or permitting others' religious beliefs that are different form your own
Religious persecution Mistreatment of someone based on their religion
Immigrant A person who moves to another country after leaving his or her homeland
Mayflower Compact A document written by the pilgrims establishing themselves as a political society and setting guidelines for self-government
English bill of rights A shift of political power from the British Monarchy to Parliament
Triangular trade Trading networks in which goods and slaves moved among England, the Americas and Africa.
Middle passage A voyage that brought enslaved africans across the Atlantic Ocean to America and the West Indies
Allocate Given out in portions according to a plan
Vehement Forceful, with intensity
Created by: thsaer