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Chapter 3

Puritan A group of people that wanted to make the English church pure.
separatist A person who wished to separate from the church of England.
pilgrim A person who travels for religious reasons
Mayflower compact An agreement to obey the rules of the Plimoth Colony signed aboard the Mayflower.
charter An official paper in which rights are given by a government to a person or company.
delegate a representative
meeting house A building used for both public and religious meetings in colonial times.
common Land available for use by all people of a village or town.
apprentice A person who works in return for instruction, room and board, or payment
primer A simple book for teaching reading to others
majority rule Rule than by more than half the population.
direct democracy American government that allows citizens to participate in making laws.
Created by: JackRuiter