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US History Standard 2

TermDefinition
Mercantilism Power from wealth by gold/silver/colonial raw materials
Middle Passage Part of trans-Atlantic trade that slaves traveled from Africa to Americas
Great Awakening Religious revivals that inspired people to question long-time authority and commit to a personal relationship with God
Benjamin Franklin Colonial leader described by social mobility & individualism
Trans-Atlantic Trade Trade between Europe, Africa and Americas – goods & people
Social Mobility the movement of individuals, families, households, or other categories of people within or between social classes in a society.
West Africa Source of slaves used in Trans-Atlantic Trade
Created by: croper1