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Chapter 5 vocab im

QuestionAnswer
apprentice someone who learned a trade from an experienced craftsman
Great awakening religious movement
jonathon edwards preacher
george whitefield drew thousands of people for sermons and raised funds for an orphanage
enlightment emphasized reason and science as the paths to knowledge
benjamin franklin american emlightment figure
john locke english philosopher
magna carta great charter
parliament englands chief lawmaking body
edmund andros royal govenor
glorious revoulution when william and mary became monarchs of england
english bill of rights agreement to respect the rights of english citizens and of parliment
salutary neglect when english interfered very little in colonial affairs
john peter zenger publisher of new york weekly journal
french and indian war war that decided which nation would control the northern and eastern parts of north america
albany plan of union first formal proposal to unite colonies
battle of quebec when quebec surrended to the british
treaty of paris british claimed all of north america east of mississippi
pontiacs rebellion when british surrounded french forces
proclamation of 1763 forbade colonists to settle west of appalachians
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