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Ch 3 vocab

Chapter 3 vocab ss

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companies that were backed up by investors joint stock company
people who sold their labor to the person who paid their passage to the colony indentured servant
people who wanted to purify the church of england paractices puritans
large landowner in america William Penn
a colony that failed Roanoke
written contract issued by government charter
first representative assembly in american colonies House of Burgesses
extended voting rights to women and non church members fundamental orders of connecticut
a person who believed all people should live in peace and harmony Quaker
a colony found in 1607 Jamestown
separatist group that wanted to break away from the church of england pilgrims
a place ruled by governors appointed by the king Royal Colony
a soldier and adventurer who took control of Jamestown John Smith
agreement which made men vow to obey laws agrred upon the good of the colony Mayflower Compact
colony with a single owner propietary colony
founded Georgia as a refuge for debtors James Oglethorpe
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