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Colonzation

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Puritans Wanted to purify the Church of England of everything Catholic
Jamestown 1st permanent English settlement in colonial America
Proprietary Colony Colony run by one private person
Royal Colony Colony directly owned by the King
Joint Stock Company Group/pool of private investors who put up $ to find New World colonies
John Rolfe Colonist of Jamestown who married Pocahontas and created modern tobacco
John Winthrop Governor of Mass Bay Colony who envisioned a "City on a Hill"
William Bradford Early leader of Plymouth who left diaries describing the society
Theocracy Government based on Religion
Massachusetts Bay Colony Largest Colony and was a Puritan Theocracy
Mayflower Compact Puritan idea that Mass. Bay Colony would be a shining example
"City on a Hill" First set off English laws in colonial America
Columbian Exchange The swapping of plants, animals, and diseases between the old world and new world
John Smith Second leader of Jamestown; saved the colony; "if you do not work, you do not eat"
Columbus Explorer who opened up the Americas to Europe
Myles Standish / John Carver First leaders of Plymouth Colony
Separatists /"pilgrims" People who wanted to separate from the Church of England
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