Flashcards in Chapter 3 Deck (36):
Who sent the Spanish Armada to try and convert England back to Catholicism?
King Phillip 2
What was the first English settlement in America?
Who established Roanoke?
Sir Walter Raleigh
What was the word left behind on Roanoke Island that John White saw when he returned?
What are documents that gave rights to establish settlements from King James I?
What is a joint-stock company?
Investors buy stock to help set the settlement up and once profits are reached, the investors get a percentage of the profit
What was the settlement established by the Virginia Company?
Who was the first governor of the Jamestown settlement?
Captain john smith
What crop saved Jamestown?
Who married the daughter of Chief Powhatan, Pocahontas?
What was the legislative assembly of Jamestown?
The house of burgesses
What was the official Church of England after the Protestant Reformation?
Who were the Protestants who wanted to reform the Anglican Church?
Who were the Protestants who wanted to leave and set up their own churches?
Who were the separatists who came to the colonies for religious freedom?
What was the name of the ship the Pilgrims came to America on?
What percentage of Pilgrims passed away after their first winter?
Who were the two people showed the Pilgrims how to grow crops and where to hunt and fish?
Squanto and samoset
What Native American group participated in the First Thanksgiving?
What was the Puritan society that was based on the Bible?
Mass. Bay colony
What was the Great Migration?
15,000 pilgrims left England to mass
What city and colony did Thomas Hooker establish?
What was special about the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut?
It was the first written constitution of the United States
What was the Native American name for King Phillip?
What was the name of the Dutch Colony in North America?
What was the main settlement of the Dutch colony?
What was the name of the landowners who received grants to increase New Netherland's population?
After the British take over this Dutch colony what was its name changed to?
What was the name of the colony founded by William Penn?
What religious belief did William Penn follow that was known to be tolerant of other people’s views?
He was a Quaker
What is a pacifist?
Someone who refuses to fight
What was the economy of the Southern Colonies driven by?
What were indentured servants?
Laborer under contract to an employer in exchange for their transportation food and lodging
What colony was founded by George Calvert?
What law granted Maryland residents the right to worship freely?
The act of toleration