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AH STUDY GUIDE

AH=American History

QuestionAnswer
The _______________ occupied the Americas PRIOR to the Europeans coming. Native Americans
The Native Americans first treated the Europeans _____________ when they arrived in the Americas. __Respectufully(Friendly)
The Native Americans introduced___to the Europeans. tomatos_________, __Corn_________, _tobacco___________
Most Native Americans that survived European exploration were forced to move _West___________.
The_colony was established by the Pilgrims in 1620 in Massachusetts. _____Playmouth__________
The signers of the Mayflower Compact agree to _________________. _no complain about who was ruling because they voted___________
The middle colonies were known as the “Breadbasket” colonies because they produced: and : ______wheat___, __Barley________, and _______rye_______.
was known as the “lost colony.” _____Roanoke_______________
The first successful cash crop in Jamestown was in 1612. ______tobacco___________________
The reasons for European Exploration can be explained by: gold_____, god________, and ___glory_______.
The middle colonies were known for growing while the southern colonies were better known for growing _____ bread grain____________ ____tobacco,sugar,rice__________________.
Georgia was founded as a place where from England could make a new start in life. ______debtors__________
was the first successful colony to develop within the New World. ____Jamestown________________
John Smith is saved Jamestown by __ No work No food __________________________.
The was the first form of representative government in the English colonies in 1619 in Virginia. ____House of Burgasses________________
were large estates farmed by slaves ___plantations__________________
More manufacturing was done in the colonies than any other group of colonies. Large amounts of cloth, woolens, flour, guns, wagons, tools and various iron products were manufactured there. ___Middle____________
The theory that a colony exists in order to make the home country wealthy and powerful is called ____mercantilism_______________________.
William Penn founded the colony of _____Pennsylvania______________.
Plantations were found in the__ _________Southen Colonies_____________________.
is the transfer of ideas, people, and products between the two hemispheres ___Columbian___________ ___Exchange________
New Jersey 1660/1664 John Berkely George Carteret Expand trade and political and religious freedom.
Pennsylvania 1682 William Penn Profit from land and political and religious freedom
New York 1626/1664 Peter Minuit To expand trade
Delaware 1682 Peter Minuit Expand trade
Connecticut 1636 Thomas Hooker For political and religious freedom
Rhode Island 1636 Roger Williams Religious freedom
Massachusetts 1630 John Winthrop Religious Freedom
New Hampshire 1622 Fernando Gorges John Mason Profit from trade and fishing
Virgina 1607 John Smith Trade and farming
Georgia 1732 James Oglethorpe profit from home for debtors, buffer against Spanish Florida
Maryland 1634 Lord Baltimore Religious and Political freedom
South Carolina 1663 Group of Proprietors To expand trade and farming.
North Carolina 1663 Group of Proprietors For political and religious freedom
Created by: 22Ahlstrom