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Ch.5 European Colony

European Colonies review

What is the Mayflower? The name of the ship the Pilgrims sailed on.
What is a colony? A settlement in a new country ruled by a distant country.
Who were the Pilgrims? People who left England because they were seeking religious freedom.
What is Plymouth? The location where the Pilgrims settled.
What is a mission? A church settlement that includes farms, houses, and schools.
What is a hacienda? A huge land area owned by the Spanish.
Today, New Spain's land is called... Mexico and the United States Southwest
Jamestown was... the first successful English colony in North America
Who was the chief's daughter that helped the colonists? Pocahontas
Who led the first successful colony? John Smith
The English settlers first planted corn as a crop. False (it was tobacco)
Spain wanted to colonize in North America to... add to its wealth and power
Champlain claimed land for... France
How did French settlers make money? By trapping and trading furs
New York was settled by the.. Dutch
What were the three classes of society in New Spain? Viceroy, middle, and lower
Missionaries tried to convert Native Americans to... Roman Catholicism
What do you find on a hacienda? cattle ranches farms mines lumber mills several towns and villages a large house for the owner a chapel Native American laborers different types of people - teachers, priests, doctors, carpenters, cowhands
Created by: mrsnave
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