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CHAPTER 3 U.S. HISTORY (BOOK)

GROWTH OF COLONIAL SOCIETY (1630-1760)



1)

export

 
 
 
 

2)

economy

 
 
 
 

3)

frontier

 
 
 
 

4)

Barter

 
 
 
 

5)

Import

 
 
 
 

6)

Common

 
 
 
 

7)

Political rights

 
 
 
 

8)

-Jury

 
 
 
 

9)

Mercantilism

 
 
 
 

10)

Regulate

 
 
 
 

11)

--tax

 
 
 
 

12)

The first explorers to reach North America came in search of gold and other riches.

 
 

13)

Shipping was NOT important to Boston. The largest city in Massachusetts DID NOT become a major colonial port.

 
 

14)

The middle colonies had some of the richest farmland of all the regions.

 
 

15)

The middle colonies had a COLDER climate than the New England Colonies.

 
 

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Some enslaved Africans worked on farms in the Middle Colonies but most farm workers were hired.

 
 

17)

To export means to recieve goods to another region or country.

 
 

18)

Large plantations in the south used enslaved workers.

 
 

19)

Enslaved Africans were considered property.

 
 

20)

Some trade with the Southern colonies became known as the triangular trade. These trade routes connected 9 places like Boston, West Indies and Africa.

 
 

21)

Gradually some of the settlements in the 13 colonies became towns and cities.

 
 

22)

People in New England build their towns in a special way. The town was build around a common.

 
 

23)

As more colonists arrived in the 13 colonies some towns with shipping ports became cities.

 
 

24)

Colonists began to move away from the English way of life. Colonists began to think of themselves as different than the English.

 
 

25)

The population of the colonies was NOT made up of people from many different countries as well as Native Indians.

 
 

26)

The first settlers came to the colonies for religious freedom.

 
 

27)

By the early 1700 colonists became less interested in religion.

 
 

28)

Many colonists began to feel they DID NOT have the right to govern themselves.

 
 

29)

Colonists began to feel they had political rights like English men

 
 

30)

In England men elected people to represent them- the colonist were ruled by leaders chosen by the King of England. These leaders could imprison colonists without trial.Colonists wanted the right to trial by jury?

 
 

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