Native American Interactions
Colonial Conflicts
Democratic Landmarks
Colonies and Their Regions
Religion and Economics
100
This European community's settlers most categorically rejected North American Indian culture and worldviews
Puritans
100
This rebellion in Virginia resulted in the increase in black slavery and decrease in indentured servitude.
Bacon’s Rebellion
100
This was the first representative assembly in North America, created in Virginia (1619).
House of Burgesses
100
He claimed that the Puritans should, “build a city upon a hill,” and became governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630.
John Winthrop
100
In 1649, this became the first law granting a degree of religious toleration in the colonies.
Maryland Act of Toleration
200
French and Dutch colonial relationships with American Indians were based primarily on trade alliance for this good
Furs
200
This was the first major slave rebellion in the South that resulted in further restrictions on slaves
Stono Rebellion
200
This type of meeting became a “seed of democracy” in early New England.
Town Hall Meetings
200
This colonial region was the most ethnically, religiously, and demographically diverse
Middle
200
This church was the dominant church in the Southern colonies (and New York).
Anglican Church/Church of England
300
This American Indian confederation, reaching from the St. Lawrence Valley to the eastern Great Lakes, successfully resisted both native and colonial challenges during the 18th century
the Iroquois
300
This 1691 rebellion in New York was led by a Dutchman against the Dominion of New England
Leisler’s Rebellion
300
The diversified economy of this New England region relied primarily on these
fishing, shipbuilding, and commerce
300
During the era before the French and Indian War, this resulted in the colonies being left alone to develop their own economic and political institutions.
Salutary Neglect
400
This conflict resulted in the lasting defeat of New England's Indians and the beheading of Wampanoag Chief Metacom
King Philip's War
400
1764 rebellion of Scots-Irish frontiersmen resulting from perceived disproportional control of the Pennsylvania government and failure to provide adequate defense on the frontier.
Paxton Boys
400
Although technically not a constitution, this was a landmark agreement among Pilgrims and non-Pilgrims for majority rule.
Mayflower Compact
400
The primary staple crops produced in the middle colonies included
Wheat, oats, barley
400
Before 1750, this was the most frequent action of British colonists in response to increased trade regulations in the colonies?
Smuggling
500
Developed by the Puritans in an effort to organize against the Natives and discuss matters pertaining to religion and community building
Congregational Church
500
These two conflicts in Virginia foreshadowed the reservation system (we are also looking for dates)
First Powhatan War of 1614 and Second Powhatan War of 1644
500

This Individual, known to refusing to chop down a cherry tree, became prominent following the French and India War

George Washington

500
This individual openly promoted the idea of an individual personal relationship with God without the guidance of church leaders, and was later expelled from the Massachusetts Bay colony
Anne Hutchinson
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