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U.S.History U1B Vocab

Across
A landowner who had certain privileges under the former Dutch government of New York, usually owned a lot of land
A plateau or district lying along or near the foot of a mountain range
The king retained the rights to choose the governor and determine the laws governing a royal colony
Belonging to or having to do with the Middle Ages (the years from about A.D. 500 to 1450).
The action of God in deciding beforehand what shall happen. The doctrine that, by God's decree, certain souls will be saved and others lost
Low-lying land along a seacoast through which tides flow
The great revival of art and learning in Europe during the 1300s, 1400s, and 1500s
The study of God and His relations with man and the universe; a system of religious beliefs
Down
A fixed rent paid in money, instead of services rendered
A strong fence or defensive work consisting of pointed wooden stakes set firmly and closely together in the ground. Used for defense of frontier forts.
A person who wanted simpler forms of worship and stricter morals than others did in the Protestant church during the 1500s and 1600s
A disease that causes chills, fever, and sweating. Malaria is transmitted by the bite of anopheles mosquitoes
The economic system prevailing in Europe in the 1500s and 1600s that favored a balance of exports over imports, national wealth being measured by the amount of gold and silver possessed
To reproduce; to increase in number or intensity
Any of the Puritans who broke from the Church of England during the reign of James I
A soldier hired for pay by a foreign state