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5th SS chap 5 vocab

struggle to found colonies

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Leader of the Jamestown colony john smith
share in a company stock
plan of government written by the Pilgrims who sailed on the Mayflower Mayflower Compact
person who agreed to work for someone for a certain amount of time in exchange for the cost of the voyage to North America indentured servant
where the pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower Plymouth
Jamestown colony leader who showed that tobacco could be grown successfully in Virginia John Rolfe
Law making assembly in colonial Virginia House of Burgesses
Puritan leader and first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630 John Winthrop
English sea captain who explored North American in search of the Northwest Passage in early 1600 Henry Hudson
Puritan minister who founded Rhode Island as a place of religious freedom in 1636 Roger Williams
group of people who wanted to "purify" the Church of England. They established the Massachusetts Bay Colony Puritans
a dividing line between the Piedmont and the Coastal Plains Fall line
part of the middle colonies; stretched across the Appalachians New York & Pennsylvania
Puritan leader banished from Massachusetts because of religious beliefs Anne Hutchinson
coastal regions of the middle colonies; found on the Atlantic Coastal Plains New Jersey & Delaware
Leader of the Jamestown colony john smith
share in a company stock
plan of government written by the Pilgrims who sailed on the Mayflower Mayflower Compact
person who agreed to work for someone for a certain amount of time in exchange for the cost of the voyage to North America indentured servant
where the Pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower Plymouth
Jamestown colony leader who showed that tobacco could be grown successfully in Virginia John Rolfe
Law making assembly in colonial Virginia House of Burgesses
Puritan leader and first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630 John Winthrop
English sea captain who explored North American in search of the Northwest Passage in early 1600 Henry Hudson
Puritan minister who founded Rhode Island as a place of religious freedom in 1636 Roger Williams
group of people who wanted to "purify" the Church of England. They established the Massachusetts Bay Colony Puritans
a dividing line between the Piedmont and the Coastal Plains Fall line
part of the middle colonies; stretched across teh appalachians New York & Pennsylvania
Puritan leader banished from Massachusetts because of religious beliefs Anne Hutchinson
coastal regions of the middle colonies; found on the Atlantic Coastal Plains New Jersey & Delaware
Jamestown first permanent English colony started in North America
document that permitted colonists to settle on land claimed by a ruler charter
crop grown for profit cash crop
group who wanted to separate from the Church of England Separatist
leader of the Separatists William Bradford
a person whose views differ from those held by most people in a community dissenter
why the English founded a new colony in Roanoke Island gold and other natural resources
what is the first colony Roanoke Island
type of government set up in virginia colony self-government; house of burgesses
reasons for conflict between Spain and England Francis Drake raided Spanish ships
some of the problems the first Jamestown colonists encountered starvation, disease
how were the problems of Jamestown solved traded for corn, fished in rivers
what was the impact of the search for the Northwest Passage on the establishment of the French and Dutch settlements in North America Founding of Quebec and Montreal; found new colonies, such as New France, New Netherlands
what factors lead to the growth of Quebec traded beaver fur
River that Dutch took control of as a result of the searching for the Northwest Passage Hudson
what were the motivations of the Pilgrims coming to North America to practice religious beliefs
Why did the Pilgrims end up in Plymouth ship blown off course by a storm
difficulties encountered by Pilgrims on their journey and in establishing the Plymouth colony winter, hunger, disease
native american tribe that helped Pilgrims Wampanoag
how did the Wampanoag help the pilgrims helped set up colony
who sent a group ahead to get colony started for others puritans
translators for the Mansoit Samoset and Sqanto
who set up buildings and frams Puritans
who decided to have the first Thanksgiving John Winthrop
longest growing season southern colonies
difficult to farm because of rockiness New England colonies
used timber and waterways New England colonies
warmer climates, fertile soil, wheat, water transportation Middle Colonies
rich soil, tobacco, rice southern colonies
founded by Pilgrams, Puritans, and Quakers in search of religious freedom southern colonies
impact of religion on teh founding of the New England colonies set it up due to need for religiuos freedom
what happened to Puritans who did not follow the Puritan way of life sent away or forced to leave the colony
how did the Southern and Middle colonies get started King Charles II gave away plots of land
how did the New England colonies get started need for religious beliefs
events leading up to the disappearance of Roanoke colony was founded, John White returned to England for more supplies, England and Spain went to war, white could not come back and the colonists disappeared
important product to Jamestown tobacco
why was tobacco important to jamestown profit
how did the Dutch plan the growth of New Amsterdam encouraged settlement
reason pilgrims celebrated Thanksgiving successful harvest
were invited to celebrate Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims Wampanoag
why were the wampanoag invited to Thanksgiving show appreciation for all they had done
what are some similarities of Puritans and Pilgrims persecuted for religious reasons, wanted to change the Church of England; sailed north to start their own colony
colonies found because of religiuos and political freedom Rhode Island & Connecticut
why was the location of Georgia important located between two colonies that were rivals
georgia helped protect other English colonies from Spanish attacks
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