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Chapter 5 Vocab.JH:)

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Learned a trade from an experienced craftsman. apprentice
In the 1730s and 1740s, a religious movement swept through the colonies. Great Awakening
He was one of the best-known preachers, terrified listeners with images of God's anger but promised they could be saved. Jonathan Edwards
He drew thousands of people with his sermons and raised funds to start a home for orphans. George Whitefield
Emphasized reason and science as the paths to knowledge. Enlightenment
He was a famous American Enlightenment figure. Benjamin Franklin
An English philosopher that argued that people have natural rights. John Locke
A group of English noblemen forced King John to accept the Great Charter known as... Magna Carta
England's chief lawmaking body,was the colonists' model for representative government. Parliament
King James combined Massachuesettes and the New England, ruled by royal govenor... Edmund Andros
When Parliament named William and Mary the new monarchs of England.This change in leadership was called... Glorious Revolution
This was an agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and of Parliament.. English Bill of Rights
During the first half of the 1700s,England interfered very little in the colonial affairs called... salutary neglect
Publisher of the New-York Weekly Journal,stood for trial for printing criticism of New York's govenor. John Peter Zenger
This final war decided which nation would control the northern and eastern parts of North America. French and Indian War
This was the first formal proposal to unite the colonies. Albany Plan of Union
This was the turning point of the war, when Quebec surrendered to the British. Battle of Quebec
By this document, Britain claimed all of North America east of the Mississippi River. Treaty of Paris
In 1763, Native American groups responded by attacking settlers and destroying almost every British fort west of the Appalachians Pontiac's Rebellion
This forbade colonists to settle west of the Appalachians. Proclamation of 1763
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