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Colonial America

Colonial America 5th grade VA Woodbrook Mrs. Goza

Factors in moving the Virginia capital from Jamestown to Williamsburg (4)... What was contaminated water, fire, disease, and higher elevation?
Factors in moving the Virginia capital from Williamsburg to Richmond (2)... What was higher elevation and westward population movement?
The three capitals of Virginia... What was Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Richmond?
Richmond was a central location in Virginia and better for... What is trade?
Trading/exchanging goods and services without the use of money, most people used this... What is barter?
Medium of exchange (currency), which includes coins and paper bills, few people had these... What is money?
The buying of goods and services now and paying for them later... What is credit?
When you owe a good or service to another person... What is debt?
England did not allow any of these in the colonies... What are banks?
How farmers and other consumers bought goods and services and paid when crops were harvested... What is credit/debt?
Had legal authority in the colonies... What was Parliament & local assemblies?
The colonies believed they should not be taxed since they didn't have this... What was representation?
King George III and Parliament believed they had this right... What were taxes?
Created by: fmgoza