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Chapter 3 Vocab.JH:)

They were backed up by investors, people who put money into a project to earn profits. joint-stock company
A written contract, issued by a government, giving the holder the right to establish a colony. charter
The first permanent English settlement in honor of King James. Jamestown
A soldier and adventurer, that took control of Jamestown. John Smith
These men and woman sold their labor to the person who paid their passage to the colony. indentured servants
An assembly where elected representatives, of the colonists would ment once a year.Created in 1619, became the first representative assembly in the American colonies. House of Burgesses
In 1676 Govener Bacon demanded that Berkeley approve a war against the Native Americans to seize their land for tobacco plantations.Berkeley refusal of his demand sparked this rebellion. Bacon's Rebellion
This was a Separatist group. Pilgrims
Because the Pilgrims landed outside the limits of the Virginia Company, their charter did not apply.For the sake of oreder, the men aboard the Mayflower signed an agreement called..... Mayflower Compact
The religious group between 1630 and 1640 that left England to escape bad treatment by King James I. Puritans
The thousand Puritan families that left for the Americas. Great Migration
This extended voting rights to non-church members and limited the power of the govener. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
Was a minister in Salem, Massachusetts, who founded the first Baptist church in America. Roger Willians
Believed that a person could worship God without the help of a church, mimister, or bible. Anne Hutchinson
In 1675-1676, the Puritan colonies fought a brutal war with the Native Americans. King Philip's War
Served as the govener of the Ducth colony of New Netherland. Lost one of his legs! Peter Stuyvesant
A person who brought 50 settlers to New Netherland. As reward they got s huge land grant etc. patroon
England's King Charles II decided that his brother should drive the Dutch out of New Netherland. Duke of York
The Duke of York became the owner of New Netherland, now a ........ proprietary colony
A large landowner in America. William Penn
A person that believed all people should live in peace and harmony. Quaker
In 1729, Carolina became a .... royal colony
In 1732, this amn founded Georgia as a refuge for debtors James Oglethorpe
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