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Chapter 5 Vocab

vocabulary words in chapter 5 social studies

Apprentice A beginner who learns a trade or a craft from an experienced master.
Great Awakening A revival of religious feeling in the American Colonies during the 1730s and the 1740s.
Jonathan Edwards one of the best known preachers terrified listeners with images of god's anger, but promised they would be saved
George Whitefild Drew thousands of people with his sermons and raised funds to start a home for the orphans
Enlightenment An 18th-movement that emphasized the use and reason the scientific method to obtain knowledge.
Benjamin Franklin famous American Enlightenment figure the inventor of the bifocals, an oven named after him, electricity, and many other useful things he also discovered that lightning was electricity
John Locke argued that people had natural rights-life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness an English philosopher
Magna Carta "Great Charter;" a document guaranteed basic political rights in England, approved by King John in 1215.
Parliament England's chief lawmaking body.
Edmund Andros a royal governor ruled Massachusetts and the other northern colonies under King James' orders angered colonists for he ended their representative assemblies and held meetings only once a yaer
Glorious Revolution The overthrow of English King James II in 1688 and his replacement by William and Mary.
English Bill of Rights An agreement signed by William and Mary to respect the rights between English citizens and of Parliament, including the right to free elections.
Salutary neglect A hands-off policy in England toward its American colonies during the first half of the 1700s.
John Peter Zenger publisher of the "New-York Weekly Journal stood trial for printing criticism of the New York's Governor
French and Indian War A conflict in North America from 1754 to 1763 that was part of a world wide struggle between France and Britain; Britain defeated France and gained French Canada.
Albany Plan of Union The first formal proposal to Unite the American Colonies, put Forth by Benjamin Franklin.
Battle of Quebec A Battle won by the British over the French, and the turning point in the French and Indian War.
Treaty of Paris The 1763 Treaty that ended the French and Indian War:; Britain Gained all of North America east of the Mississippi River.
Pontiac's Rebellion A revolt against British forts and American settlers in 1763, led in part by Ottawa war leader Pontiac, in response to settlers' claims of Native American lands and to harsh treatment by British Soldiers.
Proclamation of 1763 An order in Which Britain prohibited its American Colonists for==rom settling West from the Appalachian Mountains.
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