Unit 4 Life in the Colonies Lessons 1-7 Vocabulary 1. a person who agreed to work for an amount of time in exchange for the cost of housing, food, and the voyage to North America 2. A large farm with many workers who lived on the land they worked 3. an owner 4. a crop that is grown to be sold for profit
5. having the ability to produce most everything that one needs 6. unjust treatment 7. to give something formally to someone A. plantation B. cash crop C. proprietor D. indentured servant E. selfsufficient F. grant G. persecution
8. A person from England who wanted to improve the Church of England 9. A person who travels to a place for religious reasons 10. A person who gives speeches about religious subjects 11. To be not accepting of ideas or behaviors different from ones own 12. A person whose views are different from those of his or her leaders 13. A skilled worker who makes things by hand
14. A group of people from England who wanted to separate themselves from Church of England A. Separatists B. pilgrim C. Puritan D. dissenter E. intolerant F. preacher G. artisan
15. A system in which prices are not controlled by the government 16. An open space in the center of a town where cattle and sheep could graze 17. A person who learns a skill or trade from an experienced worker A. apprentice B. town common C. free-market economy D. auction
18. A person who supports something E. proponent 19. A public sale in which something is sold to the person who offers the most money F. rebel 20. To resist or fight against authority 21. A person who is chosen to act for others
A. democracy 22. A member of a country B. citizen 23. A government that is run by the people C. representative 24. A gathering of people who live in a town to discuss issues
D. assembly 25. A gathering of elected representative for a specific purpose 26. A place where a county government is located E. town meeting F. county seat When people in England first heard about Americas many resources, they
began moving to the colonies. Which resource were they NOT looking for? make money from the fur trade B. to raise taxes C. to find gold and silver D. to own their own land A. Large plantations existed in the Southern Colonies due to cold climate and rocky soil B. lack of workers C. warm climate and rich soil
D. size of the land claims A. Who founded the colony of Maryland? William Bradford B. James Oglethorpe C. John Winthrop D. Lord Baltimore A. John Smith was a leader in A.
B. C. D. Massachusetts Carolina Virginia Plymouth European countries and settlers had many reasons for building colonies. What was NOT a reason for building a colony?
settlers wanted to live in a royal colony B. countries wanted to gain wealth through land and natural resources C. settlers hoped to grow rich by owning their own land D. settlers were escaping religious persecution A. During the First GreatAwakening __, there was an increased interest in
religion . John Winthrop led the Puritans B. Pilgrims C. Separatists D. Sacramento Kings to an NBA Championship A. The official religion of the colony of Virginia was
Puritanism Quakerism Catholicism Anglicanism George Whitefield, Jonathan Edwards, Gilbert Tennent, and Samuel Davies were all Dancing with the Stars Champions B. preachers
C. members of One Direction D. founders of colonies A. In a free-market economy ____________ the _____________ government does NOT control _________. prices WELCOME TO THE TOWN COMMON
As ______________ plantations grew in the Southern Colonies,slavery ________ increased. Slaves rebelled against slavery with all of the following except They ran away. They worked slowly. They bought their own freedom. They voted for slavery to end.
Why did early American settlements need governments? to help solve problems and make rules B. to help improve relations with England C. to raise taxes D. to advise the king A. What was the purpose of the Mayflower Compact?
to ensure religious freedom B. to establish a basis for a government C. to establish the House of Pancakes D. to elect A. How were the English setters selfsufficient in their new land? Include geography and climate in your answer. A.
B. C. The Southern Colonies: The ______ ______ soil made the land warm climate and rich well suitedplantations for _____________. tobacco Cash crops included ________, rice
______, andindigo ________. The Middle Colonies: They established farms and grew _______ as a wheat cash crop. They were important in the shipping industry because ofharbors their good _______. The New England Colonies: They had a ________ climate androcky ________ soil.
cold Shipbuilders used tall, white _______ trees for ship pine masts. They fished for cod and ___________. They mackerel farmed only enough for themselves. How are they different? Slave considered property
bought and sold at auctions punished if disobeyed were not paid Indentured Servant worked for a set period of time in exchange for housing, food,
and cost of voyage The Middle Colonies were more accepting of other religions because the people in these colonies came from different ___________, backgrounds cultures ___________, and ____________. This religions
made them more understanding. How did the First Great Awakening affect religious tolerance? People joined new religious groups like Methodists Some of these Baptists or __________. _________ religions reached out toAfrican __________ Americans.
Why were colonial governments not true democracies? property Only white men who owned _________ could vote or berepresentatives elected_____________. The British governmentlaws could pass _______ for the colonies without asking
the colonists ________. consent THE BIG ESSAY! Explain how a person, a place, or an event shaped development in the colonies. GOOD LUCK!
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