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what is the first successful settlement
Jamestown
what is a large farm that focuses on one main crop
plantation
this man took control of Jamestown
John Smith
the man saved Jamestown and married Pochahontas
John Wolfe
this man led a rebellion
Nathanial Bacon
Number of people hung by being accused of being witches in the Salem witch trials
19
This man was chosen as the first governor
John Winthia
4-7 year contract expired and then these people received freedom
indentured servants
this crop was taught by slaves
rice
this event occured with the Wompanoas
the first Thanksgiving
this ship left England on Plymouth Rock
the Mayflower
Nov 21, 1620 signed into law by pilgrims first attempt at self governing
The mayflower contract
He received charter in 1681 from king charles the second in the west colonies
William Penn
formed when netherlands became new york
new jersey
this port settled in carolina
charleston
settlement in new netherlands where main transport on new manhattan island
new amsterdam
three things provided for colonists in georgia until they could provide on their own
livestock, cattle and food
this person was kicked out of massachusetts in 1636
roger williams
three things insisted william penn knew quaker colony
fair dealings
welcomed imigrants
religious toleration
two important cities one was the city of brotherly love and
philadelphia and savnnah ga
he was introduced samoset
squanto
1608 pilgrims moved from england to this place to practice their religion freely
netherlands
pilgrim women had these four rights
they could sell tobacco own property, take some cases to court, and sign contracts
this woman was banned in 1638 from massachusetts from speaking out for her religion
anne hutchinson
this took place and immigrants moved
the great migration
set of laws and drafted thomas hooker
fundamental orders of connecticut
these two settlements Providence and Portsmouth
Providence-Roger Williams
Portsmouth-Anne Hutchinson
this colony became two colonies
the carolinas
this is the first colony to depend on slavery as a means of labor
south carolina
besides boston massachusettes
dorchester, salem, mystic, water, newtown
settlement in new netherlands where main transport on new manhattan island
new amsterdam
three things provided for colonists in georgia until they could provide on their own
livestock, cattle and food
this person was kicked out of massachusetts in 1636
roger williams
three things insisted william penn knew quaker colony
fair dealings
welcomed imigrants
religious toleration
two important cities one was the city of brotherly love and
philadelphia and savnnah ga
he was introduced samoset
squanto
1608 pilgrims moved from england to this place to practice their religion freely
netherlands
pilgrim women had these four rights
they could sell tobacco own property, take some cases to court, and sign contracts
this woman was banned in 1638 from massachusetts from speaking out for her religion
anne hutchinson
this took place and immigrants moved
the great migration
set of laws and drafted thomas hooker
fundamental orders of connecticut
these two settlements Providence and Portsmouth
Providence-Roger Williams
Portsmouth-Anne Hutchinson
this colony became two colonies
the carolinas
this is the first colony to depend on slavery as a means of labor
south carolina
besides boston massachusettes
dorchester, salem, mystic, water, newtown
law presented Lord valvimor
toleration act of 1649
these two ships sailed in 1644
arc and dove
recieved character 1742 from king george, poor english to settle
james oglethorpe
another name for quakers- everyone possesses inner rights
society of friends
territory in pennsylvania until 1776- a quaker colony
delaware