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Viking explorer who "discovered" America
Leif Ericson
Queen at the beginning on English colonization
Ellizabeth I
King who started the Church of England
Henry VIII (the eighth)
People who wanted to change the Church of England
Puritans
When Christopher Columbus "discovered" America
October 12, 1492
Attempted naval invasion of England in 1588.
Spanish Armada
One of Christopher Columbus' ships
Nina
One of Christopher Columbus' ships
Pinta
One of Christopher Columbus' ships
Santa Maria
This man "discovered" America for the third time
Christopher Columbus
This man wanted to reform the Catholic church
Martin Luther
Attempt to change the Catholic Church.
Reformation
A series of religious wars for control of the Holy Land.
Crusades
The rule of a country by a king or queen
Monarchy
Period of time when the Earth's temperature dropped and the level of the oceans dropped
Ice Age
A social system in which one level of society owes something
feudalism
Allowed migrattion of prehistoric people to North America from Asia
land bridge
People who wanted to leave the Church of England
Separtists
Dutch settlement, now called New York City
New Amsterdam
First Successful English settlement in America.
Jamestown
Ship on which the Pilgrims sailed to America.
Mayflower
Place where the Pilgrims landed in America.
Plymouth Rock
Cash crop the made Virginia successful
tobacco
First document of self-government in America written by the Pilgrims
Mayflower Compact