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Row 1, Col 1 A map that shows how high or elevated the land is above sea level, usually measured in feet or meters. What is topographical or elevation map?
1,2 The leader of a British colony in Colonial America was called this. What is a governor?
1,3 The three sided trade route between Africa, West Indies, and Colonial New England, which involved the slave trade as well as the trading of goods. What is the Triangular Trade?
1,4 People who move from place to place in search of food or other resources. Who are the Nomads?
2,1 A map that shows materials found in nature that people use to meet their needs and wants. What is a resource map?
2,2 A document written by English lords that limited the power of the king. What is the Magna Carta?
2,3 The practice and business of farming. What is agriculture?
2,4 The first explorer to circle the world. Who was Ferdinand Magellan?
3,1 It is the business of farming. What is agriculture?
3,2 An assembly of colonial delegates from every colony except Georgia that met in 1774 to oppose the Intolerable Acts. What was the First Continental Congress?
3,3 The practice of people owning other people and forcing them to work. What is slavery?
3,4 An ancient civilization especially known for farming corn in what is now Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras. Who are the Mayas?
4,1 The guide on a map that is used to measure distances between places is called ________. What is a distance scale?
4,2 Colonial law making bodies modeled After Britains Parliament were the _____. What were the Colonial Assemblies?
4,3 Crops that are grown and sold for a profit. What is a cash crop?
4,4 A person who leads the way into new lands are called _____. Who is the pioneer?
5,1 A broad region of flat or gently rolling treeless land. What is a plain?
5,2 A member of an elected assembly. What is a delegate?
5,3 The movement of people, plants, animals, and diseases across the Atlantic Ocean following the voyage of Columbus. What is the Columbian Exchange?
5,4 A Puritan who founded Portsmouth, Rhode Island, in 1636. Who is Anne Hutchinson?
Social Studies Chapter 5: The New England Colonies.
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Columbus and the Taino Began traveling to find a shorter trade route to the ______________ After first trip, Columbus made 3 more trips to the Americas.
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1. What was the first ATTEMPT to colonize in America? Roanoke.
Voyage of Africans across the Atlantic Ocean to be sold as slaves in North and South America and the West Indies. Middle Passage.
Triangular Trading This map will show the shipping routes and trading good from each nation. Thirteen Colonies England & Europe Africa West Indies Show.
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Columbus and the Taino Began traveling to find a shorter trade route to the Indies After first trip, Columbus made 3 more trips to the Americas – On these.
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COLONIAL AMERICA. Britain owned 13 colonies on the east coast of North America. Colonial America is the time period from 1607 to Atlantic Ocean.
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Original 13 Colonies. Regional Colonies New England Colonies o Massachusetts o Connecticut o Rhode Island o New Hampshire Middle Colonies o Delaware o.
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STAAR Review The 13 Colonies. Why did the Europeans explore? God – spread religion Glory – fame Gold – wealth North America – Spanish, French,
The American Colonies Standard 1.1: Summarize the distinct characteristics of each colonial region in the settlement and development of British North America,
Portugal Overseas route to Asia = colonies For spices and jewels Closest to Atlantic Ocean.
Mission 3 Life in the Colonies Separatist A Puritan who broke away from the Anglican Church (p. 66)
■ Essential Question: – What were the global impacts of the European Age of Exploration? ■ Warm-Up Question: – What was the Columbian Exchange? – What.
CHAPTER 5 CORE LESSON 1 PAGES SS4G2C, SS4H3A Geography of the Colonies.
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Between 1607 and 1732, thirteen diverse colonies were established along America’s eastern coast. The British Parliament granted rights and privileges to.
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Reviewing in Colonial Notes packet Pages 18,19,23,26.
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Slavery Archer Slaves During the Colonial Period Political: Slaves had no rights or political voice. Economic: Labor of the Plantation system.
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