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French and Indian War

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A series of military engagements between Britain and France in North America from 1754 to 1763.
Religious revival movement in the 1730s/1740s which emphasized personal faith instead of church rituals. Crossed denominational lines and united colonists in common experiences.
A system by which people elect delegates to make laws and conduct government.
Belief in the democratic ideas, practices, and values that are at the heart of citizenship in a free society.
A military force made of ordinary citizens who are trained to fight in emergencies.
Cultural movement that believed knowledge, reason, and science could improve society. The movement started in Europe, then spread to America, where it contributed to ideas of freedom of thought, freedom of expression, belief in equality, and the idea of popular government.
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A group of Native American nations in eastern North America joined together under one general government.
To take no sides.
Peaceful transfer of power as the English Parliament removed King James II and replaced him with King William III and his wife, Queen Mary II. From this time forward, no ruler would have more power than the legislature.
A series of laws forcing colonists to sell their raw materials in England, even if they could get a better price elsewhere. Goods bought from other countries had to first be taken to England, where they could be taxed. Ships transporting goods had to be English.
1763 treaty that ended the French and Indian War and gave all of North America east of the Mississippi River to the British.
Series of 1692 and 1693 court trials in colonial Massachusetts in which more than 150 people were charged for witchcraft by the authorities. Twenty-nine people were convicted of the capital felony of witchcraft. Nineteen of the accused, fourteen women and five men, were hanged. One man who refused to enter a plea was crushed to death under heavy stones in an attempt to force him to do so. At least five more of the accused died in prison.
Economic theory based on building a nation’s wealth and power by increasing exports and accumulating precious metals in return.
A partnership; system in which countries agree to defend each other or to advance common causes.