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Social Studies

armada A fleet of warships.
compact An agreement.
interpreter A person who translates from one language to another.
Mayflower Compact An agreement by those on the Mayflower to make and obey laws for their colony. This was the first self-rule by American Colonists.
pilgrim A person who makes a journey for a religious reason.
profit In business, money left over after everything has been paid for.
indentured servant A person who agrees to work for another person without pay for a certain length of time in return for travel expenses.
separatist A person who wants to become or remain separate from a government or group.
Elizabeth 1 Queen of England during the middle to late 1500.
Sir Walter Raleigh An English landed gentleman, writer, poet, soldier, politician, courtier, spy, and explorer.
John White An English artist and early pioneer of English efforts to settle North America.
Virginia Dare The first white Christian child born in the British Colonies in the New World.
John Smith An English soldier, explorer, and author.
Powhatan Chief of the federation of Indian tribes that lived in the Virginia territory.
Pocahontas Indian chief Powhatan's daughter.
John Rolfe One of the early English settlers of North America.
James 1 He was the King of England and the King of Ireland.
William Bradford An English Separatist leader who grew up in Yorkshire, and later moved to Leiden, Holland, and helped found the Plymouth Colony.
Massasoit He was the sachem, or leader, of the Wampanoag.
Tisquantum Also known as Squanto, he was a Patuxet man who assisted the Pilgrims after their first winter in what is now Massachusetts. He was integral to their very survival.
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