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Chapter 5 vocab

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Apprentice Someone who leaned a trade from an experienced craftsman.
Great Awakening A religeous moment in time, taken place, from around the 1730s to the 1740s.
Jonathan Edwards A man who preached at churches telling people that there was still hope for everybody.
George Whitefield Was a loud speaker and scared people into being good people, and gained money for an entire orphanage.
Enlightenment A way of letting stress and anxiety fade away, and start to let whomever calm down.
Benjamin Franklin A man of science, who invented the lightning rod, benjamin stove, and the bifocals.
John Locke A man of faith who received his own beliefs that people had natural rights like life, liberty, and property.
Magna Carta A document that garenteed important rights to noble/free men.
Parliament England's chief lawmaking body.
Edmond Andros The royal governor of the Doninion of New England.
Glorius Revolution The change of leadership when King James fled.
English Bill of Rights An agreement to respect the England's people's rights.
Salutary Neglect When England slowly stopped helping the colonies.
John Peter Zenger The publisher of the ' NEW YORK WEEKLY JOURNAL'
French and Indian War 1754-1763: A war fought over territory.
Albany plan of Union The first formal proposal to unite the colonies.
Battle of Quebec The turning point of the French and Indian war.
Treaty of Paris The treaty stating that Britain was given all North America East of the Mississippi River.
Pontiacs Rebellion When Native Americans attacked Forts.
Proclamation of 1763 A document that forbade colonists to settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.
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