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Vuacton Study Stack

Study stack for Vuacton, DE

Import to buy goods from a foreign market and bring them into your settlement-Economic or diplomatic
Export to sell goods to a foreign market and ship them from your settlement- Economic
Boycott to refuse to purchase an item or service as a form of protest- Economic
Renewable resources resources which will eventually be replaced or reproduced.
Nonrenewable resources resources which cannot be replaced or reproduced
Tolerance accepting differences and disagreements or responding and debating reasonably
Protest to argue, take action or oppose something you disagree with.
Taxes money collected by governments from citizens and businesses to fund government services and operations.- Economic
Constitution a formal plan of government
Charter colony a colony established by a formal document giving them the right to settle and profit.
Proprietary colony a colony run by individuals or groups who are granted land for survival and settlement
Royal colony A colony run by a governor and council appointed by the king or queen to profit the home country.
Cash crop plant crop raised to be sold for money
Triangular trade a trade route that exchanged goods between the West Indies, American Colonies and West Africa
Charter a document granting the holders the right to settle in an area
Burgesses elected representatives to an assembly
Mayflower compact document created by the colonists of the Plymouth colony to provide government, law and order
Why were colonies settled in the Americas? To be able to be free with their religion and not be controlled by England, also because the king owed William penn’s dad money, so he gave him land in America instead.
what were some benefits/ problems from Colonization? The benefits of colonization were they could do whatever they wanted to with religion, but the problem with colonization is they were very far way from England, so if they needed something from there, they would have to travel for months
How did colonists modify/adapt/depend on the environment?(Give an example they modified the environment because they would excavate dirt hills and make them flat, they would adapt to the environment because they would use the rivers to go down with boats, and they would depend on the environment by using its trees for lumber.
What are renewable/nonrenewable resources? Renewable resources are resources that can be used again, and again, and again; they will never run out. Non-renewable resources are resources that can be used once,but never again
Created by: jackwolfe