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200 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 300 Period 2 1607 – 1754 Period 3 1754-1800 Period 4 1800- 1848 Baker’s Choice Period 5 1844- 1877
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- Economic philosophy or practice in which England established the colonies to provide raw materials to the Mother Country; the colonies received manufactured goods in return Row 1---100 Question
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- Mercantilism Row 1---100 Answer
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- 18th century euro philosophical movement that advocated the use of reason and rationality to establish a system of ethics and knowledge. Provided frame work for both Americans and French Revolution and rise of capitalism. Row 1---200 Question
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- The Enlightenment Row 1---200 Answer
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- Which region of colonies was founded by mostly Puritans, a group of like-minded individuals. These colonies tended to be close-knit and had longer life expectancies than other English colonies. The economy was a mix of farming and trade. Row 1---300 Question
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- New England Colonies Row 1---300 Answer
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- Native American revolt in the late 17th century in present-day New Mexico against the Spanish. The Spanish were expelled for over 10 years. Once they regained control, the Spanish began to take a more accommodating approach to Natives and allowed some religious accommodation. Row 1---400 Question
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- Pueblo Revolt Row 1---400 Answer
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- Organized by patriot leader Samuel Adams, was a system of communication between patriot leaders in New England and throughout the colonies. They provided the organization necessary to unite the colonies in opposition to Parliament. The group would lead to the formation of the First Continental Congress Row 1---500 Question
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- Committee of Correspondence
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