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learned a trade from an experienced craftsman/ worked for free/ rarely any girls were apprentices Apprentice
a religious movement in the 1730s and 1740s that swept through the colonies Great Awakening
was one of the best know preachers in the Great Awakening Jonathan Edwards
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
a famous American Enlightenment figure Benjamin Franklin
was an English philosopher that argued that people have natural rights to life, liberty, and property/ he challenged the belief that Kings had God-given right to rule John Locke
(Great Charter)guaranteed important rights to noblemen and freemen Magna Carta
England's chief lawmaking body/ was the colonists' model for representative government Parliament
a royal governor that ruled the Dominion of New England Edmond Andros
when King James fled the country in 1688 and Parliament named James' Protestant daughter and her husband the new monarchs of England Glorious Revolution
(1669) was an agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and of Parliament/ because of this, the rights of English people were strengthened English Bill of Rights
when England interfered very little in colonial affairs Salutary Neglect
in 1735 he published the New-York Weekly Journal John Peter Zenger
(1754-1763) decided which nation would control the northern and eastern parts of North America French and Indian War
first formal proposal to unite the colonies/ each colony was to send representatives to a Grand Council/ was later defeated Albany Plan of union
was the turning point in the war between France and Britain/when Montreal fell next year, all of Canada was in British hands Battle of Quebec
Britain claimed all of North America east of the Mississippi River/it ended French power in North America Treaty of Paris
(1763) Native Americans attacked settlers and destroyed almost every British fort west of the Appalachians Pontiac's Rebellion
forbade colonists to settle west of the Appalachians Proclamation of 1763
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