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7Y SS Midterm

Columbian Exchange The movement and sharing of plants, animals and diseases between Eruope and the Americas.
Navigation Acts Laws that controlled trade between English and its colonies.
Tolerance Allowing others to practice their beliefs.
The House of Burgesses A type of representative government in the 13 colonies.
Boycott A refusal to buy goods.
Common Sense A pamphlet written by Thomas Paine that urged many colonists support independence.
Battle of Trenton A battle in which George Washington's army crossed the Delaware River and attacked Hessian soldiers while they were celebrating Christmas.
Battle of Saratoga The turning point of the Revolutionary War.
Valley Forgue Where the Continental Army spent a cold winter in 1777-1778.
Articles of Confederation The first constitution of the United States.
Import To bring goods IN to a country
Export To bring goods OUT of a country
Triangular Trade Trade between the New World, Europe and Africa.
Charter Permission to settle.
Smuggle Illegal trade.
Tarriff A tax.
Militia A volunteer army of citizens.
Blockade To cut off an area from having movement of people, goods or trade.
Repeal To take back or cancel.
Boston Tea Party A group of colonists dressed as Native Americans dumped tea into the Boston Harbor.
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