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13 Colonies Vocab

Puritans People who want to Purify the Church
Sepratists People who want to Separate from the Church
Pilgrims Traveller for a Religious Purpose
Mayflower Compact Agreement of the Pilgrims on what government
Navel Stores Articles or Materials used in Shipping
Toleration Permission by law to practice religions other than the established
Fundamental Orders of Connecticut Connecticut's Constitution
Constitution Organic law or rule
Subsistence Farming Farming that only has enough crops for the farmer
Import When a Country buys goods from another country
Export When a Country sells goods to another country
Triangular Trade Pays for Imports with Exports
Metacomet War Chief on the Wampanoag Indians
Meeting House A place of Worship
Cash Crop A crop grown for its commercial value rather than for use by the grower
Conestoga Wagon A large covered wagon used for long-distance travel carrying pioneers in the Western Migration
Patroon A person given land and granted certain manorial privileges
Apprentice A person who is learning a trade from a skilled employer, having agreed to work for a fixed time for a small amount of wage
Proprietary Colony People that obtain a privilege of the state 1 or 2 individualls
Royal Colony Governor and Royal Council appointed by King
Pacifists People who do not fight, peaceful anti-war
Indigo Tropical plant of the pea family used to make dark blue dye
Urban A city or Town
Rural The countryside
Tidewater Water effected by tides
Middle Passage Journey taken by slave ships from West Africa to the West Indies
Slave Codes Laws in every state that defines slaves' standings and masters rights defines that slaves are property
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