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Colonial America Beginnings

Helene Levenson

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Across
1.early Separatist settlers in New England
5.House forming the first elected legislative assembly in North America
6.Pilgrim civil government document
10.primary French focus, not Quebec colony
11.low point of Jamestown settlement
14.government in which God is recognized as the supreme ruler
16.granted charters to Virginia and Plymouth Companies
18.decimated native American populations
19.major food item in the Columbian Exchange
20.land grants to lure settlers to a colony
22.John Rolfe's marketable plant
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2.agreed to work for seven years in exchange for free passage
3.economic policy promoting exports and restricting imports as the way to increase a country's wealth
4.its defeat opened the way for English colonization of the New World
7.Separatist leader
8.major Indian confederation, centered in what is now upstate NY
9.first Thanksgiving held here
12.first Europeans to settle in the Hudson River Valley
13.fencing off land for sheep herding; caused eviction of tenant farmers
15.Puritan leader
17.colony over which the crown assumes control
21.not at Jamestown until 1619

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