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KEY TERMS FOR HISTORY TEST ONE
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  1. COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE
    • WHO?New and Old England
    • WHAT? Biological crossove of products, diseases(measles, smallpox), people
    • When?started 1492
    • Where?N.A , Europe, Asia, Africa
  2. HOUSE OF BURGESSES
    • WHEN?1619
    • WHAT? Assembly of landholders chosen by other landholders
    • Sig: first representative government
    • -to fight for their liberties and force government to work them
  3. MAYFLOWER COMPACT
    • -1620
    • - Agreement which band separtists in Plymouth to defend one another from potential execution
    • -set precedent for democratic rule in Mass.
  4. PEQUOT WAR
    • sig:Introduced fatal warfare
    • -New England and Pequot
    • -Colonists wanted to have control over all the southern tribes of New England
  5. PUEBLO REVOLT
    • where ? Mexico
    • Why? Indians wanted back for protection
    • sig: they invited the spanish back for protection in the 1690s and the spanish had a more tolerant outlook
    • what? Pueblo destroyed Spanish farms,churches and killed half the friars.
  6. KING PHILIPS WAR
    • First large schale conflict
    • Where? broke out in Plymouth in 1675
    • Sig: the most bloodiest war by population, Pan Indianism, Rise of the militia, major loss of power
    • forcibly subjected the Wampanoags and other tribes to English law
  7. BACONS REBELLION
    • SIG:first racial law
    • When: 1676-1677
    • Who? Nathaniel Bacon and Sir William Berkley
    • What? Revolt among colonists led by Nathaniel Bacon triggered by William Berkleys unwillingness
  8. TRIANGULAR TRADE
    • When?1700s
    • -goods, wine, gold, spices (manufactured goods)
    • sig:slaves-largest forced migration
    • who?New Englanders , African, South Europe
  9. GREAT AWAKENING
    • When? 1730s -1740s
    • Who/ what? religious movement originated in preachers that so all equal in Christ
    • Where? Colonial America
    • sig: Increase number of churches in colonial america
    • -created sects such as Baptists
  10. FRENCH INDIAN WAR
    • WHEN?1754-1763
    • WHO?England, France, Indian Tribes
    • Sig: The French were upset about getting kicked out of NA. The lost and wanted revenge.
    • -England going broke and wanted to tax colonies
  11. JOHN PETER ZEGNER
    • WHEN?1735
    • A New York newspapermen who was arrested after publishing an attack on the governor. Zegner was acquitted of the crime setting a crucial precedent for freedom of the press:
  12. INTOLERABLE ACTS
    • Coercive Acts
    • sig:directly led to revolutionary war
    • When? 1774
    • The colonits widespread anticatholicism and their land lust led them to link the Quebec Act and Coercive Acts.

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