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Key Terms 17 th and Early 18 th Century 1. Roanoke 2. Virginia Company 3. Jamestown 4. “Starving Time” 5. House of Burgesses 6. Mayflower Compact 7. Powhatan Confederacy 8. Royal Colony 9. Charter Colony 10. Joint-Stock Company 11. Proprietary Colony 12. Puritans 13. Massachusetts Bay Colony 14. Great Migration 15. Plymouth Bay Colony 16. Maryland 17. Connecticut 18. Rhode Island 19. Pequot War 20. Anne Hutchinson 21. Roger Williams 22. Maryland Toleration Act 1. 1585 – Lost Colony – Croatan – Sir Walter Raleigh 2. joint stock company – founded Virginia 3. 1606 – 1 st British 4. 1609-1610 – Jamestown – cannibalism 5. 1619 – First legislative body in America 6. strangers/Pilgrims – majority/power from governed 7. helped Virginians, crops, Pocahontas > John Rolfe 8. colony owned by King – CT, RI, PN, MA not at Rev 9. deal w/ colony owner – “rights of all Englishmen” 10. investors sponsor colony – want profits 11. owned by one – gift from king – CT, MA, NY, NJ, PA, CL 12. purify corrupt Anglican church 13. Congregationalists – change within – Puritans 14. 1629-1642 John Winthrop – covenant w/god – “city on a hill” – no religious freedom 15. 1620 N. of Virginia – 1 st religious colony – N. England 16. Lord Baltimore – religious tolerance – Catholic 17. Thomas Hooker – equality women – left Mass. 18. Roger Williams – buy land from Indians, relig. Free 19. Mass. Bay kills 400 villagers – retaliation for 9 20. challenged Church – antinomianism – faith and God’s grace – not good works 21. separate church and state, can vote if not church member 22. religious freedom
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23. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut 24. New Amsterdam, New York 25. New Jersey 26. Carolina 27. King Philip’s War 28. Bacon’ Rebellion 29. Pennsylvania 30. Dominion of New England 31. Glorious Revolution in England 32. Delaware 33. Georgia 34. Harvard College 35. Halfway Covenant 36. Salem witchcraft trials 37. Scotch Irish 38. Great Awakening 39. College of William and Mary 40. Peter Zenger Case 41. Stono Rebellion 42. Regulators Uprising 43. salutary neglect 44. triangular trade 23. unified Conn. Towns – first Constitution 24. Dutch trading post taken by British invasion quick 25. king gift to friends, sold to investors 26. N. Car – old Virginians, S. Car – like sugar plant of Carib. 27. Metacomet – allied Indians – fought settlers – ended Natives on coast, united colonists – devastated towns 28. 1 st Am. Rebellion - tidewater vs. backcountry – felt not protected – burned Jamestown – attacked gov. 29. William Penn – Quaker – religious freedom, nice to Indians - pacifists 30. Britain tries to stop illegal trade – rules group of colonies as one until 1692 31. overthrow James – Mass. > royal colony > all Protestants can now vote – not only Puritans 32. New Sweden 33. failed experiment for convicts – buffer zone 34. 1636 – pretty important school – Mass. 35. Puritan kids baptized automatically – even without
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