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Term 2: Core

Core Vocabulary for Term 2

TermDefinition
Settlement a place where groups of people live together: a recently created small village
Settler someone who lives in a recently created small village.
Plantation a large farm that specializes in growing items to sell.
Triangular Trade The historical trade route between three ports (usually Europe, Africa, and the New World).
Founder a person who creates an institution or settlement.
Conversion the act of changing someone’s religion
Pilgrim A person who makes a journey for religious purposes.
Cash Crop Any crop that is grown for the purposes of being sold.
Puritans A historical group of people who tried to change the Church of England.
Thesis/Claim A statement of the truth of something, typically one that can be argued in multiple ways or in doubt.
Middle Passage The name of the historical trade route between Africa and the New World.
Created by: Mr.Nichols