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colonies vocab

Act of Toleration provided religious freedom for all Christians in Maryland
Bacon's Rebellion rebellion in Virginia because the Governor would not declare war on the Indians
Cash Crop farm crop raised to be sold for money
Royal Colony colony directly under control of King or queen
Region area that has similar unifying characteristics
General Court representative assembly in the Massachusetts Bay Colony
emigrate to leave ones country to settle elsewhere
King Phillip's War conflict between English settlers and the Indians in Mass.
Great Migration between 1629 and 1640 more than 20,000 English people moved to New England
toleration willingness to let others have their own beliefs
Massachusetts Bay Colony first Puritan Colony
theocracy a government of churchmen who used religion as a basis for ruling
subsistence farming growing just enough food to eat
Quakers protestant reformers who settled in Pennsylvania,believed that all people were created equal
Frame of Government representative government of Pennsylvania
patroon rich landowner in Pennsylvania
diverse different
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