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chapter 5 vocabBV

Learned a trade from expeience craftsmen apprentice
A religious movement The Great Awakening
best-known preachers Jonathan Edwards
raised funds to start a home for orphans George Whitefield
emphasized reason and science as the paths to knowledge Enlightenment
famous american enlightenment figure Benjamin Franklin
Argued that people have natural rights John Locke
A great charter Magna Carta
Englands chief lawmaking body parliament
Royal Governor Edmund Andros
A change in leadership glorious Revolution
Agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and of parliament English Bill Of Rights
Hands off policy salutary
publisher of New-York weekly Journal John Peter Zenger
This war decided which nation would control the northern and eastern parts of North America French and Indian War
first formal proposal to unite the colonies Albany Plan Of Union
Battle of Quebee turning point of the war
Britian claimed all of North America east of the Mississippi river Treaty of Paris
Native Americans attacked almost all of British forts Pontiac's Rebellion
Forbade colonists to settle West of the Appalachians Proclamation of 1763
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