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Document giving rights to a person or people. Charter
Governor of Jamestown, said, "If you don't work, you don't eat." John Smith
Document written by Pilgrims to establish law in thier new colony. Mayflower Compact
Colony founded by the Pilgims Massachusetts
1st English colony named for Queen Elizibeth I. Virginia
Founded by Thomas Hooker and others, allowed non-church members to vote. Connecticut
Founded by Roger Williams, supported seperation of church and state. Rhode Island
Royal colony, whose state motto is, "Live Free or Die" New Hampshire
Massachusets, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island New England Colonies
Principles of colonies democratic government. Fundemental Orders of Connecticut
Uprising against the government of Virginia. Bacon's rebellion
Religious group that believed the Bible was ultimate source of authority. Puritans
Religious leader that taught God speaks directly to people. Anne Hutchinson
Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia Southern Colonies
Founded by Lord Baltimore and Catholics seeking religious freedom, Maryland
Law granting religious freedom to all Christians in Maryland. Toleration Act of 1649
Settled by Tobacco growers from Virginia North Carolina
Settled by rice growers from the West Indies South Carolina
Founded by James Oglethorpe for the poor. Georgia
New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania Middle Colonies
Called New Netherlands until the English took control. New York
Founded by the Duke of York, included; Dutch, Swedes, Finns, Scots... New Jersey
Founded by William Penn and Quakers, promoted religious freedom and gov't care for the poor Pennsylvania
Was part of PA until 1776 Delaware
"City of Brotherly Love" a model for other colonial cities. Philidelphia
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