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Religious freedom, economic gains, conflicts with Native Americans
a) Spanish Colonies b) French Colonies c) British Colonies d)
Fur trade, friendly with Native Americans
a) Spanish Colonies b) French Colonies c) British Colonies d)
gold; conquistadors; Catholicism; enslaved Native Americans
a) Spanish Colonies b) French Colonies c) British Colonies d)
Virginia's law-making body; a form of representative government
a) House of Representatives b) Virginia Plan c) House of Burgesses d)
founded Plymouth
a) Pilgrims b) Puritans c) Quakers d)
wanted to change the Church of England; founded Massachusetts Bay Colony
a) Pilgrims b) Puritans c) Quakers d)
Founded Pennsylvania
a) Pilgrims b) Puritans c) Quakers d)
helped Jamestown/Virginia prosper
a) John Smith b) John Winthrop c) Jonathan Edwards d)
Quaker; founded Pennsylvania
a) John Winthrop b) Roger Williams c) William Penn d)
founded Rhode Island
a) William Bradford b) Roger Williams c) John Winthrop d)
questioned Puritan teachings; was put on trial and expelled from Massachusetts
a) Anne Hutchinson b) Nathaniel Bacon c) John Peter Zenger d)
Puritan; leader and founder of Massachusetts Bay Colony
a) Jonathan Edwards b) William Bradford c) John Winthrop d)
Massachusetts preacher and leader of Great Awakening
a) William Bradford b) Jonathan Edwards c) Nathaniel Bacon d)
founder/leader of Plymouth; signed Mayflower Compact
a) John Smith b) Roger Williams c) William Bradford d)
poor frontier farmer in Virginia; burned Jamestown and killed Native Americans during a rebellion
a) Nathaniel Bacon b) John Peter Zenger c) Jonathan Edwards d)
publisher for New York newspaper; charged with libel for criticizing the governor; his case helped establish freedom of the press
a) Nathaniel Bacon b) John Peter Zenger c) William Penn d)
Catholic; founded Maryland
a) Lord Baltimore b) Lord Ogelthorpe c) Lord Bradford d)
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