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hon. history 10 settling the southern colonies 1619-1700 part 2

hon. history 10 settling the southern colonies 1619-1700 part 2

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little

during early years of new world colonization, england paid _____ attention to its _____

charles 2

after ______'s _____ to the throne in 1660, the crown attempted to gain tighter ____ control, especially of defiant _______

colonial defense

the new england confederation of 1643 was designed to bolster ____ ____ against the ______ and provided the first small step on the road to ___-______ _______

all new england

the dominion of new england, created in 1686, included ___ _____ _____ colonies, was created by the _____ ___ to streamline ____ of its colonies, eventually included ______ and east and west _______, and was designed to bolster _____ ________

dominion of new england

and restricted the _____

town

as a result of edmond andros' rule, the power of the ____ meeting was _____, officials tried to enforce the _______ laws, ____ were levied without _____ ______'s consent, and ______ was suppressed

dominion of new england

______ of ______ ended as a result of ______'s _______ _____ of 1688-89 (first ____ ____ against _____ _____)

dutch

new york was originally founded by the ____

quick profit

new york was established for its ____ ____ of ___ _____

harshly

new netherland was ____ and ____ governed

new york

_____ and _______ were similar in that they both had _____ _____ populations

new netherland/new york

patroonships were for where? what are they

new netherland

when english gained control of ________, the_____ spirit of the colonists survived or went out?

new sweden

in 1655, dutch new netherland conquered ___ _____

log cabin

dutch's only lasting impression in colonies?

new york

physical growth of english ______ (colony) was ____ because why?

church of england

unpopular traits of the quakers included their refusal to support _____ of _____ with ___, refusal to take ____, addressed everyone with ____ and ____, believed no one to be ____ than anyone else, kept their ___ on in presence of others, refused to do _____ service

germany

who was the best advertised colony, actively seeking settlers from _____ and other non-____ countries?

benevolent

indian policy in early pennsylvania can be best described as _________

didn't

the scots-irish immigrants did or did not accept the peaceful relations with the ______ that had been established by _____ _____'s policies in __________ (colony)

profitable

economically, PA became _______ quickly

quakers

______ were also heavily involved in the early settlement of _______ and ______ (colonies)

new york, new jersey, delaware, pennsylvania

the middle colonies? (4)

fertile

common features of the middle colonies included _______ soil (they were known as the ____ colonies), ______ ______ of land, wide, deep _____, and a(n) ______ degree of ____ freedom and ______ control

ethnicity

due to ______ diversity within middle colonies, a(n) _______ degree of ______ _____ is found here than anywhere else in colonial america