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5th2013Chap5L1+2

5th grade 2013 Chapter 5 Lessons 1 and 2

Key itemDefinition
Dissent A disagreement.
Expel Force to leave.
Industry All the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one kind of service.
Imports Goods that are brought into the country.
Exports Goods that are sent out of the country.
Triangular Trade Routes Routes followed by the trading ships; connected the English colonies, England, the West Indies, and the west coast of Africa.
Middle Passage The journey across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to the English colonies.
John Winthrop Led a second group of Puritans to settle the Massachusetts Bay Colony; later became governor.
Massachusetts Bay Where the Puritans built a village called Salem.
Roger Williams A minister from Salem who believed the Puritan Church should be separate from the colony's government.
Anne Hutchinson Questioned the teachings of the church and led her own religious meetings in her home.
Connecticut Founded during the 1600s along with New Hampshire.
Rhode Island Colony started by both Hutchinson and Williams after they were both expelled.
New Hampshire Founded during the 1600s, along with Connecticut.
Metacomet The leader of the Wampanoag; known as King Philip.
King Philips War War between rhe colonists and the Native Americans. Hundreds of colonists and thousands of Native Americans were killed.
Refuge A safe place.
Proprietor An owner.
Trial by Jury People accused of Crimes will have their cases decided by a group of citizens.
Immigrant A person who comes into a country to make a new home.
Diversity Made up of many different groups.
Religious Toleration An acceptence of religious differences.
Apprentice One who learns a trade from a master artisan.
Peter Stuyvesant Became governor of the New Netherland in 1647.
New York One half of the split New Netherland along with New Jersey.
New Jersey One half of the split New Netherland along with New York.
William Penn An English Quaker who was made proprietor of Pennsylvania and Delaware colonies.
Quakers Religious group that believed all people were equal.
Great Awakening A religious movement that began in the middle colonies in 1720s. Changed the way many people practiced their religion.
Philadelphia The biggest city in the colonies; the home of famous artists and scientists such as Ben Franklin.
Bread Basket Colonies where crops used in the making of bread were grown.
Created by: Mrs. Hastings