Colonization of North America 1492-1763

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Term  
Definition

Colonization

increase power and land

Epidemic

a widespread outbreak of an infectious disease leading to death

Glory

Spain, Portugal, France, England, Swedena nether lands try to increase power through colonization

God

Religious Freedom (Pilgrams Plymouth, Masschusetts Bay Colony)

Gold

Jamestown Colony founded as joint stock company British merchantilism poloies create favorable balance of trade fow of wealth to Great Britian

H.I.P.T.T.

Hook, intro sentence, plan point to point, topic sentence, thesis

House of Burgesses (Virgina)

Coloists elect representaives to make laws for the colony

Joint Stock Company

British merchantilism poloies create favorable balance of trade fow of wealth to Great Britian

Mayflower Compact (Masschusetts Bay Colony)

Direct Democracy where all male citizen met in the town hall to make desions

Middle Colonies

Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Marland

Middle Colonies Characitics

Very diverse, mix farms, and industy key trade

Northen Colonies Characitics

More idustrial (ship building) fishing, small farms, few slaves, and big cities (NY and Boston)

Northern Colonies

Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut, Rode Island

South Colonies

Virgina, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia

South Colonies Characitics

Agricultur, dependent on slave labor, larg plantations, and small yeoman famrs

T.O.R.C.

Topic sentence, offer evidence, conclusion

The Columbian Exchange

enormous widespread exchange of plants, animals, food, human population, diseases and ideas; one of the most significant events in the history of world ecology, agriculture and culture between America, Asia, Europe, and Africa.