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unit 2 Lessons 7

5 ATHENA Unit 2 Lessons 7 Timelinks

vocabulary worddefinitionexample
charter an official document giving a person permission to do something, such as settle an area Queen Elizabeth gave a charter to Sir Walter Raleigh to set up a colony in North America.
House of Burgesses the lawmaking body of colonial Virginia, which was established in Jamestown in 1619 The House of Burgesses passed a new law for those living in Virginia.
indentured servant a person who worked for someone in colonial America for a set time in exchange for the ocean voyage The indentured servant agreed to work for five years in exchange for his traveling expenses.
pilgrim a person who travels to a special place for religious reasons The Pilgrims came to North America for religious freedom.
sachem an Iroquois chief or tribal leader The sachem showed wisdom and strength in leading his people.
Created by: bgagnon