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Tai's Unit 2

History

TermDefinition
Endure Lasting
Fetid Having a foul or rotten smell
Allocate Giving out in portions according to a plan
Scourge Punish, made to suffer
Refuge A safe place
Vehement Forceful with intensity
Anachronism An error in time or place
Endure Lasting
Fetid Having a foul or rotten smell
Allocate Giving out in portions according to a plan
Scourge Punish, made to suffer
Refuge A safe place
Slave code A law that was passed to control slaves
Pilgrim Separates ; they wanted to seperate: they wanted to separate from the Church of England
Puritans Wanted to purify
Separatains Want to separate
Great Migration 400,00 English people leave and come to the colony because of enconomic political and religious reasons
Quakers People who believed salvation was available to everyone
Immigrant A person who moves to another country
Religious persecution Religious beliefs that our different from your own
Middle passage A voyage that brought enslaved Africans across the Atlantic Ocean to North America
Triangular trade Trading networks
English bill of rights A shift of political power from the British monarchy to parliament
Religious tolerance
Created by: tsuarezcoleman