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An agreement among the Pilgrims to form government by majority rule. Mayflower Compact
A hypothetical water route to Asia. Northwest Passage
The founder of Quebec. Champlain
The Virginia Legislature that was the first representative Assembly. House of Burgesses
Founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Puritans
Religious dissenter who founded Providence Rhode Island (R.I.). Roger Williams
Owner and Governor of Maryland. Lord Baltimore
Founders of the Plymouth Colony. Pilgrims
Members of a peaceful religious group that settled Pennsylvania. Quakers
The first lasting settlement in Canada. Quebec
A ruler of the region of New Spain. Viceroy
First enduring Spanish colonial town in what would become the United States. St. Augustine
They came to profit from the fur trade. French
First Permanent English Colony in America. Jamestown
Georgia was founded as a haven for these. English Debtors
Jamestown ultimately survived by this. Learning to Grow Tobacco
Leader of the Georgia Colony. James Oglethorpe
He lead the group that founded the Massachusetts Bay Colony. John Winthrop
The Puritans wanted to Purify this. Church of England
He started a colony called Connecticut. Thomas Hooker
When New York took this Dutch Colony what was it called? New Netherlands
Why did Spanish explorers go North of Mexico. Looking for Gold
He explored the lower Mississippi for Spain. LaSalle
Colony that tolerated Catholics. Maryland
He lost the colony at Roanoke Island. Sir Walter Raleigh
He made the settlers work or starve at Jamestown. John Smith
He wanted to slaughter all the Indians in Virginia, but Governor Berkeley said "NO". What was this called? Bacon's Rebellion
He brought tobacco to Virginia. John Rolfe
His picture is on my Oatmeal Box. William Penn
She was exiled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony and went to Rhode Island. Ann Hutchinson
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