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13 colonies

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dissenter A person who does not agree with the beliefs of his or her leader.
banish To force someone to leave.
export A product sent to another country and sold.
import A product brought into one country from another.
proprietor A person who owned and controlled all of the land in a colony.
representative Someone who is chosen to speak and act for others.
legislature A group of people with power to make and change laws.
apprentice Someone who studies with a master to learn a skill or business.
tolerance Respecting beliefs and practices that are different from one's own.
James Oglethorpe Proprietor of Georgia
Thomas Hooker Dissenter who started Connecticut. He was a minister that wanted to form a new community where all men could vote even if they were not church members.
Roger Williams Dissenter He was banished from Massachusetts because he believed the government should not make laws about religion. He formed a new colony - Rhode Island.
Anne Hutchinson Dissenter who was banished. A puritan who challenged church leaders. She held meetings where men and women could discuss religion. Like Roger Williams she moved to Rhode Island.
Metacomet The chief of Wampanoag nation. English called him King Philip He wanted to avoid war but he believed people had to fight to stay on their land.
Native Americans Indians that fought to keep their land.
Identify the responsibilities boys have during the colonial period Boys: bring in wood for fireplace, Care for farm animals, Gather wild berries and vegetables, Help plow fields and plant crop, and help build/repair buildings.
Identify the responsibilities girls have during the colonial period Girls: Weave cloth for clothing, Preserve fruit and vegetables, Cook food, Make soap and candles, and Help with planting and harvesting.
Geography, climate, and products/industry in New England. Mountains and deep valleys. Rocky, sandy soil. Wood, lumber, fishing, whales, ship building. Warm summers, long cold winter, short growing season.
Geography, climate, and product/industry in the Southern colonies. Rich fertile soil, tide water. Soil, indigo, tobacco, rice, and cotton. Warm weather and plenty of rain. Long growing seasons.
Geography, climate, and product/industry in the Middle colonies. Rolling hills and valleys, fertile soil. Soil, wheat, corn and fruits. Known as the bread basket because of the grains grown and used. Plenty of rain and sunshine. Longer growing season. Warmer than New England. Mild winters
Triangular trade Three continents that exchanged imports and exports. Merchants became rich. Africa, North America and Europe. export: Fish, Lumber, Tobacco. Imports Tea, spices, and slaves.
Industries that developed in the colonies Soil, wheat, corn, fruits, tobacco, rice, cotton, indigo, wood, lumber, fishing, whales, ship building.
Houses of Burgesses A legislature made up of people known as Burgesses. First elected legislature in Virginia People had to be a white man, own property, and be a Member of church of England
Middle Passage The voyage the enslaved Africans made from North America
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