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chapter 3 vocab AM

company that was backed by investor who paid money to mack a profit joint-stock company
a written contract, issued by the government giving the holder the right to build a colony. charter
a colony built in a swamp named after king james jamestown
a soldier that took controll of jamestown John Smith
people who sold their labor for passage into a colony indentured servant
the first representative assembly in the american colonies House of burgesses
in 1676 bacon mached into jamestown and took controll of the house of burgesses bacons rebellion
was a separtist group pilgrims
an agreement of laws that was agreed upon mayflower compact
left england to escape bad treatment from king james puritans
thousands of puritans lft their home to find a better place to live great migration
the laws were a constitution and extended voting rights fundemental orders of connecticut
a minister in massichusets who found the first baptist church Roger Williams
believed that a person could worship god without church Anne Hutchinson
kig philip was english for metacom and he lost the war king philips war
new govenor for amsterdam peter stuyvesant
a person who brought 50 settlers to new netherland patroon
took over new netherland and turned into new york duke of york
the duke of york was the propritor of new netherland propritary colony
a quaker that owned a large pice of land in america william penn
they beleaved people should live in peace with each other and welcomed all ethnic groups quaker
carolina became the royal colony and ran by people apointed by the king royal colony
found georgia and was a refuge for debtors james oglethorope
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