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Unit 2

Exploration and Colonization

Colombian Exchange the exchange of items between Eastern and Western Hemispheres.
Northwest Passage water route to the west to connect Europe with Asia for quicker trading routes for silks and spices
Economic concerns money and wealth
Political concerns government, citizens’ rights and responsibilities.
Social involves how people organize themselves or live together.
Mayflower Compact written by the Pilgrims pledging themselves to form a self-government
3-G's the reasons for exploration to the new world.
Jamestown first permanent English colony founded in 1607 by the Virginia Company
Pilgrims group of Protestants who were unhappy escaped persecutions also known as Separatists.
Puritans Protestants who left England and founded Massachusetts Bay for religious reason
Quakers group of protestants who opposed war and violence and founded Pennsylvania.
Created by: amykmclain