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searched for the Fountain of Youth
Ponce de Leon
discovered the Mississippi River
De Soto
explored southwestern America for Spain
Coronado
established St. Augustine settlement
Menendez
founded Santa Fe
Piralta
began missions in Arizona
Father Kino
founded Spanish California
Father Serra
established San Diego
Portola
Total; unlimited.
absolute
A thing that urges a person on.
incentive
To impose and collect taxes by authority.
levy
One who rules a country or colony by the authority of his king.
viceroy
searched for the Fountain of Youth, claimed land for Spain
Ponce de Leon
discovered the Mississippi River, claimed land for Spain
De Soto
explored southwestern America for Spain
Coronado
established St. Augustine
Menendez
founded Santa Fe
Piralta
began missions in Arizona
Father Kino
founded Spanish California
Father Serra
established San Diego
Portola
Established by Spain in American West
Livestock industry
S Cal. Texas Arizona Florida New Mex San Diego
Spanish Settlements
adventure gold Christianity
Spanish reasons
To trade without the use of money by exchanging goods or services.
barter
A badge or emblem used as an identifying mark.
insignia
That which remains over and above what is needed.
surplus
founded St. Augustine settlement
Menendez
founded Santa Fe
Piralta
explored and claimed the Ohio valley
Celoran
established missions in Arizona
Kino
explored the southwestern United States
Coronado
supported the Roanoke Island colony
Raleigh
established missions throughout California
Serra
was the governor of the Roanoke Island colony
White
bought Manhattan Island (for a settlement?)
Minuit
was the leader who rescued the Jamestown colony
Smith
was the Indian chief who helped Smith
Powhatan
established San Diego
Portola
discovered the Mississippi River
De Soto
was the founder of New Orleans
Jean Baptiste De Bienville
first explored the St. Lawrence River
Jacques Cartier
was the founder of Quebec
Samuel de Champlain
claimed the Atlantic coast for England
Cabot
claimed the New York area for the Dutch did NOT start a settlement
Hudson
explored parts of the Mississippi for France
Marquette and Joliet
sailed the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico
La Salle
Great Lakes region, St Lawrence River, Gulf of Mexico
French Settlements
Settled New France
Priest and fur traders
Sponsored settlement
London Company
Sponsored settlement
Raleigh
Sponsored settlement
Dutch West India Co
No work, No food
Smith Policy
A member of the Society of Friends, a religious group teaching brotherly love.
Quaker
Recognition of the rights of an individual to his own opinions and customs.
toleration
founded for profit, 50 died, saved by Algonquin, came for gold adventure, built on peninsula, men not prudent
Jamestown Colony
A member of the Virginia lawmaking body.
burgess
A colonist who agreed to work in America in exchange for his passage.
indentured servant
A farm of many acres, worked by slaves or servants.
plantation
A formal document granting special rights or privileges to a person or company.
charter
A group of Protestants who wanted to separate from the Church of England.
Separatists
English Protestants who tried to simplify rituals in the Church of England.
Puritans
Management of the money, materials, and resources of a government or community.
economy
A plant that bears the fiber used in making linen cloth.
flax
land grant to eight noblemen, became a colony of small individual farms
North Carolina
land grant to eight noblemen, became a colony of large slave owning estates
South Carolina
colony named after Sir George Carteret's English home
New Jersey
Penn's woods
Pennsylvania
colony purchased from the Duke of York by William Penn
Delaware
Oglethorpe did not allow slavery there
Georgia
The condition or fact of being represented.
representation
A person with the exclusive title to something.
proprietor
Made fuller and more extensive; expanded; enlarged.
amplified
founded New Orleans
De Bienville
was the governor of Jamestown, gave land to the men
Thomas Dale
began the colony of Georgia
James Oglethorpe
led colonists to Connecticut, founded Hartford
Thomas Hooker
successfully planted and cured tobacco
John Rolfe
began the colony of Maryland for Catholics
Lord Baltimore
were Indians who helped the settlers at Plymouth
Squanto and Samoset
was the leader of the Plymouth colony
William Bradford
were Separatists who founded the Plymouth colony
Pilgrims
planned and supported the Roanoke Island settlement
Sir Walter Raleigh
founded the Rhode Island colony
Roger Williams
was the proprietor of New Hampshire
John Mason
was the Dutch governor of New Amsterdam
Peter Stuyvesant
were the proprietors of New Jersey
Carteret and Berkeley
was the proprietor of Delaware and Pennsylvania
William Penn
began the Boston settlement to escape religious persecution
Puritans
began the Philadelphia settlement to enjoy religious freedom
Quakers
founded the Spanish fort city of St. Augustine
Pedro Menendez
Virginia
Jamestown
Massachusetts
Plymouth and Boston
Georgia
Savannah
South Carolina
Charleston
Rhode Island
Providence
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
Maryland
St. Mary's
Connecticut
Hartford
New York
New Amsterdam
Management of the money, materials, and resources of a government or community.
economy
A plant that bears the fiber used in making linen cloth.
flax
A school taught by a woman in her home.
dame school
A piece of needlework on which a girl showed the stitches she knew.
sampler
A social gathering for work.
bee
A wooden frame with holes for a person's hands and feet.
stocks
Any ban on a practice or on the use of something; prohibition.
taboo
A mixture of animal fats, refined for use in making candles.
tallow
One who repairs or makes clothes to order.
tailor
To give variety to; vary.
diversify
A plant from which blue dye is made.
indigo
looking for gold and silver, adventure, or Catholic mission work
Spanish settlements
fur trading and Catholic mission work
French settlements
fur trading primarily
Dutch settlements
form religious communities away from persecution
Massachusetts
offers of cheap land, fair government, and religious freedom
Pennsylvania
searched for the Fountain of Youth
Ponce de Leon
discovered the Mississippi River
De Soto
explored southwestern America for Spain
Coronado
established St. Augustine
Menendez
founded Santa Fe
Piralta
began missions in Arizona
Father Kino
was the founder of Spanish California
Father Serra
established San Diego
Portola
London Company
Virginia
Massachusetts Bay Company
Puritan Massachusetts
Williams
Rhode Island
Hooker
Connecticut
Duke of York
New York
Carteret and Berkeley
New Jersey
Penn
Delaware
Oglethorpe
Georgia
Mason
New Hampshire
founded St. Augustine
Menendez
claimed land in the Ohio valley for France
Celoran
founded New Orleans
De Bienville
bought Manhattan Island
Minuit
was the governor of Jamestown
Smith
successfully planted and cured tobacco
Rolfe
wanted to separate from the Anglican Church
Pilgrims
wanted to change the Anglican Church from within
Puritans
was a religious group teaching brotherly love
Quakers
was the Dutch governor of New Amsterdam in 1664
Stuyvesant
taught Pilgrims planting techniques
Squanto and Samoset
looking for gold and silver, adventure, or Catholic mission work
Spanish settlements
fur trading and Catholic mission work
French settlements
the Lost Colony
Roanoke Island
fur trading primarily
Dutch settlements
to form religious communities away from persecution
Massachusetts
offers of cheap land, fair government, and religious freedom
Pennsylvania