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ch 5 vocab AM

Ch 5 vocab AM

Learned a trade from a experienced crafstmen,recieved food,clothing,loging,and education apprentice
a religious movement that swept through the colonies in 1730 and 1740's Great awakening
Was ojne of the best known preachers Johnathan Ewdards
got thousands of people to start funds to help the orohans. George Whitefield
The importance to recognized science as the path to knowledge Enlightenment
A famous American Enlightenment figure Benjamin Franlkin
argued thst people had natural rights such as, life,liberty,and property John Locke
in the year 1215 a charter was established that financed war and gave rights to free men Magna Carta
lawmaking body also the colonists model for a represenative goverment Parliament
a royal govenor of thw new england colonies Edmund Andros
when james fled in 1688 and the change in leadership Glorious Revolution
Agrrement to respect the rights of English citizens English Bill of Rights
a parliment that passed many laws regulating trade Salutary neglect
stood trail for for printing criticism of New Yorks goverment Jonh Peter Zenger
decided which nation would control the northern and eastern parts of North America French and Indian war
was the first formal porposal to unite the colonies Albany plan of Union
was the turning point in war Battle of Quebec
Britain claimed all North America east of the mississippi river Treaty of Paris
in 1736 Native Americans attacked settlers and destroying almost every British forts Pontiacs Rebellion
Forbade colonists to settle west of the appalachian mountains Proclamation of 1763
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