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Age of Exploration Began in 1400s when countries sent explorers from Europe to the Americas to create colonies
Cultural diffusion Occurs when one culture influences another
Columbian Exchange The exchange or trade of goods and other things such as diseases between the European explorers and the Native Americans in North and South America
Triangle Trade Exchange of goods between Africa, the Americas and Europe
Mercantilism The idea that colonies should be used to make the mother country money and help it get more power
Tax A fee people are required to pay a government when buying things
Navigation Act of 1763 Forced the colonies to sell their goods in England
Proclamation of 1763 A proclamation by England that said the colonists could not settle past the Appalachian Mountains
Watershed event When something happens that changes things so they can never go back to the way they were
3 G's Stands for God (religious freedom), Gold (money or wealth), and Glory (to be famous)
Created by: jhanes2