VOCABULARY
New England, Middle, & Southern Colonies Lesson 1
Daily Life in the Colonies Lesson 2
Slavery in the Colonies Lesson 3
The French & Indian War Lesson 4
100
This person helps another person as a military partner.
Who is an ally?
100
This product was traded by the colonists who lived near the coast.
What is tobacco?
100
This is the term (not highlighted) that best describes the English laws that limited colonial trade. Lesson 2
What is protectionism?
100
This is the reason why the southern colonies had more slaves than the northern colonies.
What is the south had large farms called plantations that they needed many workers for?
100
In King Philip's War British troops were trying to conquer this group of people.
Who are the Native Americans?
200
This person is really skilled at something or good at some type of craft.
Who is an artisan?
200
This religious group settled in the New England colonies and set up meetinghouses.
Who are the Puritans?
200
This is why colonists sometimes built a dam, or blocked rivers.
What is to get power from flowing water?
200
This is how the slaves in the south lived.
What is they lived in communities?
200
This is why some Native Americans decided to work with the British during the war. This is what they wanted to protect.
What is their land?
300
This is what someone is called if they own land or property.
What is a proprietor?
300
This colony was founded by the Quakers.
What is Pennsylvania?
300
Name a job that is an example of an artisan.
What is a blacksmith, carpenter, wigmaker, basketmaker, or tinsmith?
300
This is an example of how enslaved people resisted or stood up against slavery.
What is breaking tools, stealing food, or setting fire to property?
300
This is why Pontiac and the Ottawa people remained upset with the outcome of the French and Indian war.
What is they did not want the British building towns and settling on their land?
400
This is the system in which people are bought and sold as if they were considered property.
What is slavery?
400
This colony (state) was known for its good relationships with Native Americans.
What is Georgia?
400
Name a product that was traded from the English colonies to Europe on the triangular trade route.
What is timber, grain, tobacco, or rice?
400
Name a way how African Americans affected life in the American colonies.
What is music, food, language, and culture? What is used for hard labor in slavery?
400
This is what many settlers did with the Proclamation of 1763 which was supposed to limit settlers from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains.
What is many ignored it?
500
This is a formal agreement between countries.
What is a treaty?
500
Name an example from the natural environment that had an affect on settlers.
What is freezing winters and mosquitoes?
500
Name a product that was traded from Europe to the English colonies on the triangular trade route.
What is tea, tools, clothing, and other manufactured goods?
500
This is the continent that most slaves came from.
What is Africa?
500
This is the physical feature that marks the western edge of the colonies. (page 104, Lesson 1)
What are the Appalachian Mountains?
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