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chapter 3 vocab BV

history vocab

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
First permanent English settlement named in honor of King James. Jamestown
A soildier and adventurer who took control of Jamestown in 1608. John Smith
People who could not afford passage to America. indentured servants
First representative assembly in the American colonies. House Of Burgesses
A rebellion that was sparked by by Governor Berkeley's refusal of Nathaniel Bacon's demand. Bacon's Rebellion
A Separatists group. Pilgrims
Agreement made for the people to obey the laws agreed for the good of the colony. Mayflower Compact
A religious group that left England to escape bad treatment by King James. Puritans
Puritan families who left for America was known as Great Migration
Extended voting rights to non-church members and limited the power of the governor. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut
Minister, who founded the first baptist church in America. Roger Williams
She believed that a person could worship God without the help of a church, minister, or bible. Anne Hutchinson
Puritan colonies war against the Native Americans was know as... King Philip's War
The governor of New Netherland. Peter Stuyvesant
A person who brought brought 50 settlers to New Netherland. patroon
King charles the 2nd's brother was the.. Duke of York
In New york, New Netherland became.. proprietary colony
A Large landowner in American William Penn
A group the believed that all people should live in peace and harmony. Quakers
A colony ruled by governors appointed by the king. royal colony
He founded Georgia as a refuge for debtors. James Oglethorpe
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