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Ch 4 Colonies. region. An area defined by common features or conditions Ex- land – coastal- mountains- plains. climate. The pattern of weather in a place over a long period of time. dissent. To disagree or disagreement. proprietor. Someone who owns land or property. diverse.
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region • An area defined by common features or conditions • Ex- land – coastal- mountains- plains
climate • The pattern of weather in a place over a long period of time
dissent • To disagree or disagreement
proprietor • Someone who owns land or property
diverse • Groups who have different backgrounds, home countries, beliefs, ect.
barter • To trade
export • Products sold to other countries
import • Products brought from other countries to be sold in the Colonies
raw materials • Resources that can be made into a product • Ex- timber into a table
mercantilism • An economic idea in the 1600-1700s that countries would benefit from trade when they exported more than they imported
triangular trade • A trade that has 3 stops going between Africa, North America, and Europe
artisan • A skilled worker • Ex- blacksmith, carpenter, wigmaker, basketmaker
classes • How society groups people, based on wealth or importance
slavery • A system in which people are bought and sold as if they were property
MiddlePassage • 1st Africans were captured • 2nd (Middle Passage)- Africans were forced onto ships – bound together with chains- and made to lay side by side with little room to stand or stretch and left in darkness for weeks or months- some died because of the harsh conditions • 3rd- sold and sometimes separated from their families
uprising • A rebellion- people fought back or against someone in charge
KingPhillip’sWar • Metacom a Wampanog leader in New England began a war against the colonists in that region • In the end Metacom was defeated and many of his people died
Ally • A military partner • Someone who will fight on your side
treaty • A formal agreement between countries
Pontiac’sRebellion • The British (England) took over the Ohio River valley. • They started to change the land • This made Pontiac an Ottawa leader mad • He led an attack • In the end the British won
Proclamationof1763 • This was an order from King George III that colonists could not settle land west of the Appalachian Mountains.