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Chapter 5 vocab an

Apprentice Young men would learn a trade from an experienced craftsmaker
Great awakening A religious movement that swept through the colonies.
Jonathan Edwards One of the best known preachers
George whitefield Drew thousands of people with his sermons and raised funds to start a home for orphans
Enlightment Emphasized reason and science as the paths to knowledge
Benjamin Franklin A famous American enlightment figure
John Locke English philosopher that argued that people have natural rights
Magna Carta Great charter, this document quarenteed important rights to noblemen and free men
Parliament Colonists model for representive government
Edmund andros Royal governor who ruled the dominion of new england who angered colonists
Glorious revolution Change In leadership
English bill of rights This was an agreement to respect the rights of english citizens and of parliament
Salutary neglect England ibterfered very little in colonial affairs
John peter zenger Publisher that stood trial for printing criticism of new yorks governor
Albany plan of union First formal proposal to unite the colobies
Battle of quebec Turning point of the war
Treaty of paris Ended french power in na and divided land
Pontiacs rebellion A revolt between the british and french
Proclamation of 1763 Forbade colonists to settle west of the appalachian mnts
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