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Chapters 3 and 4

review of terms and concepts from chapters 3 and 4

Enlightenment the movement that spread the idea that knowledge, reason, and science could improve society
Proclamation of 1763 forbade all settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains
tobacco cash crop that helped save Jamestown by making a profit for their investors
pacifists people who refuse to fight in wars
proprietary colony a colony in which the owner or a group of owners named the colony's governor
white male property owners only people allowed to vote in the colonies
rice main cash crop of South Carolina and Georgia
Triangular Trade Route trade route from Great Britain to West Africa to America and back to Great Britain
Middle Passage the inhumane part of the Triangular Trade that shipped enslaved Africans from West Africa to the Americas.
Britain and France were major powers in North America by 1700
Native Americans often helped the French by raiding British settlements during the wars between France and Great Britain
Benjamin Franklin American that best exemplified the Enlightenment way of thinking
subsistence farming producing just enough to meet the need of the family with little left over to sell or exchange
Great Awakening a religious revival
Treaty of Paris of 1763 document that marked the end of France as a power in North America
Fort Necessity name of the small post that George Washington established in Ohio country
House of Burgesses Jamestown's legislative assembly
Lord John Berkely one of New Jersey's proprietors
Plymouth Pilgrim colony
Thomas Hooker founder of Hartford, Connecticut
William Berkeley Virginia's governor
mercantilism economic theory that the more you have the more powerful you become
smuggling trading illegally
royal colonies ruled by Britain
Glorious Revolution peaceful transfer of power in England
Created by: rhenson