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Maise (corn) (1)

-present-day mexico
-economic development
-social diversification
-pueblo people

2

Pueblo people (1)

-southwestern United states
-dependent on the cultivation of maize
-technologically advanced

3

Three sisters farming (1)

-corn, beans, squash
-iroquois

4

Treaty of tordesillas (1)

-treaty between portugal and Spain
-solved boarder disputes of the New World territory

5

Columbian exchange (1)

-introduction if new products in each side of the atlantic

6

Encomienda (1)

-spaniards use of native indians for labor

7

Repartimiento (1549)(1&2)

-created out of reforms of the encomienda system

8

Protestant reformation (1)

-reform of the catholic church
-martin luther and john calvin

9

Calvanism (1&2)

-Predestination
-everyone has a "calling" that God intended

10

Joint-stock company (1)

-Shareholders own a portion of the company in proportion to the number of shares they own
-European
-virginia company

11

Southern colonies (2)

-economy dominated by the institution of slavery

12

Middle colonies (2)

-saw the development of economic and ethnic diversity
-developed a thriving economy based on the cultivation of cereal crops

13

Spanish focus in the new world (2)

-conversion of the natives to christianity
-exploiting the labor of the natives

14

Headright system (2)

-immigrants were enticed to come to the new world with the offer of 50 acres of land

15

Bacon's rebellion (2)

-tensions between farmers and American Indians
-Nathaniel Bacon
-after the rebellion, farmers turned to africans as slaves

16

Partus sequitur vetrum (2)

-law stated that the child if a slave women would inherit its mothers status (slave for life)

17

Puritans (2)

-people who sought a full reformation in England
-wanted the church of england to be "purified" of catholic practices

18

Massachusetts bay colony (2)

-leader was john winthrop
-"a city upon a hill"

19

Bannished to rhode island (2)

-anne hutchinson
-roger williams

20

The chesapeake refion (2)

-cultivation of tabacco

21

Maryland (2)

-cultivation of tabacco
-indentured servitude and slavery
-toleration of catholicism, but main religion was protestant

22

Slavery in the north (2)

-sailors, domestic servants, longshiremen, and artisans' assistance
-New York

23

Georgia (2)

-buffer between southcarolina and spanish held florida

24

Beaver wars (2)

-occured as competition in the fur trade led to violent conflict
-the introduction of european firearms turned the beaver wars violent

25

Lower south region (2)

-cultivation of rice and indigo

26

Mercantilism (2)

-a set of econoic and political ideas rhat shaped colonial policy for the major powers in the early modern world
-extensive government eegulation of trade and economic activities
-colonies are suppliers of raw materials to england
-colonies are market for english manufactured items

27

Salutary neglect (2)

-lax enforcement of parlimentary laws in refard ti the North American colonies

28

Triangle trade (2)

-network brought manufactured items between England, Africa, and the Americas

29

Edict of Nates (1598) (2)

-allowed calvanist protestants to practice their religion in catholic france

30

Quakerism (2)

-pennsylvanian quakers practiced religious toleration and frowned upon slavery

31

Zenger trial (2)

-freedom of press
-gave more newspaper writers courage to write critical toward royal authorities

32

Great awakening (2)

-religious revival
-core messege was that anyone could be saved and that people could make their own choices in life