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Colonial Government

TermDefinition
Located in Jamestown. House of Burgesses.
They first met on July 30, 1619. House of Burgesses.
The free white males who owned property could vote. The House of Burgesses.
People voted on representatives. house of Burgesses.
The pilgrims were being elected. house of Burgesses.
The Joint Stock Company allowed citizens to vote, or choose, their own representatives to vote for. house of burgesses.
The pilgrims were the ones who were apart of this government. both.
Plymouth began to "lay the foundation" for democracy in American colonies. both.
Legislative body that was elected by the citizens. both.
Located in Jamestown, Virginia. both.
The pilgrims decided that they would rule themselves, so they made this. Mayflower Compact.
this acknowledged their loyalty to the king. Mayflower Compact.
only males were involved in this government. Mayflower Compact.
The first governing document of Plymouth, Massachusetts. Mayflower compact.
Created by: 18BarrettA