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armadaA fleet of warships
compact An agreement
interpreter A person who translates from one language to another.
Mayflower Compact An agreement by thoses on the Mayflower to make and obey laws for their colony. This was the first self rule by American colonist.
pilgrim A person who makes a journey for a religious reason.
profit In a business, money left over after everything has been paid for.
indentured servant A person who agrees to work for vanother 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’s
Sir Walter Raleigh English explorer who used his own money to set up England’s First colony in North America on Roanoke island near North Carolina
John White English painter and cartograper who led the second group that settled on Roanoke Island.
Virginia Dare First child born of English parents in America. She vanished with the other settelers of the lost colony.
John Smith English explorer who, as leader of the Jamestown settlement, saved it’s people from starvation.
Chief Powhatan Chef of a federation of Indian tribes that lived in the Virginia territory.
Pocahontas Indian Chef Powhatans daughter.
John Rolfe* Was one of the early English settlers of North America. He is credited with the first successful cultivation of tobacco as an export crop in the Colony of Virginia and is known as the husband of Pocahontas daughter of the chief of the Powhatan Confederacy
James 1 King of England in the early 1600’s. The James river and Jamestown were named after him
William Bradford Governor of Plymouth colony.
Massasoit Cheif of the Wampangoags, who lived in peace with the pilgrims.
Tisquantum Native American who spoke English and people who helped the Plymoth colony.
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