Ap Us Study Guide

Topics: Slavery, Slave rebellion, Slavery in the United States Pages: 66 (9314 words) Published: February 3, 2013
Key Terms 17th and Early 18th Century

| | | |Roanoke |1585 – Lost Colony – Croatan – Sir Walter Raleigh | | | | |Virginia Company |joint stock company – founded Virginia | | | | |Jamestown |1606 – 1st British | | | | |“Starving Time” |1609-1610 – Jamestown – cannibalism | | | | |House of Burgesses |1619 – First legislative body in America | | | | |Mayflower Compact |strangers/Pilgrims – majority/power from governed | | | | |Powhatan Confederacy |helped Virginians, crops, Pocahontas > John Rolfe | | | | |Royal Colony |colony owned by King – CT, RI, PN, MA not at Rev | | | | |Charter Colony |deal w/ colony owner – “rights of all Englishmen” | | | | |Joint-Stock Company |investors sponsor colony – want profits | | | | |Proprietary Colony |owned by one – gift from king – CT, MA, NY, NJ, PA, CL | | |purify corrupt Anglican church | |Puritans | | | |Congregationalists – change within – Puritans | |Massachusetts Bay Colony | | | |1629-1642 John Winthrop – covenant w/god – “city on...
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