Covenants: Solemn and binding agreements.
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D Deeds: Legal contracts. Democracy: Government by the people exercised directly or by elected representatives. Deported: Forcibly sent. Dissenters: Those who oppose the church. Doctrine: Policy and teachings. Duties: Taxes. Dysentery: A disease characterized by severe diarrhea. Encomienda: A land grant. Evangelicals: Those who emphasize salvation by faith, the authority of the scripture, and the importance of preaching.
F Fords: Part of a body of water that may be crossed by wading. Franciscan friars: Priests belonging to the order of Saint Francis of Assisi. Freedom dues: Items given to a servant at the end of service. Freedom of the press: The right of newspapers to print truthful information. Freemen: Men with the full rights of citizens; women had no rights.
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Free will: The idea that all people can make voluntary choices or decisions independently from God. G Gallows: A structure used for hanging people for execution. Gentry: The upper or ruling class. H Head right: A grant from the colony to a settler who paid his own way to North America. Heresy: A violation of church teachings. Words to Know xxxiii Huguenots: Members of a Protestant religious group.
Hydrography: The science of charting bodies of water. I Immigration: To come into a foreign country to live. Indentured servants: Laborers who worked for a specific number of years.
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Indigo: A plant used to make blue dye. M Malaria: A disease transmitted by mosquitoes. Magistrates: Judges. Mass: The Catholic Eucharist, or holy communion service. Matrilineal: Relating to a family headed by a woman May Day: A celebration held in England on May 1 honoring the tradition of spring fertility rights in Egypt and India.
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Maypole: A flower-wreathed pole that is the center of dancing and games during a May Day celebration. Mercantilism: A system that advocates government intervention in the economy to increase the power of the state. Mestizos: People having mixed Native American and white parentage.
Midwife: A person who assists women in childbirth.
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Missionaries: People sent to do religious or charitable work in a foreign country. Monopoly: An exclusive ownership through legal privilege, command of supply, or action. Mulattos: People of mixed white and black ancestry. Notaries: Officials who process legal documents.
P Pacifists: People who do not believe in bearing arms. Paganism: Having little or no religion.
Palisade: A fence of stakes for defense. Parishes: Areas of church jurisdiction. Patent: A contract granting specific rights. Patrilineal: Relating to a family headed by a man. Patroons: Proprietors of large estates. Pelts: Animal skins. Penal colony: A settlement for convicted criminals. Penance: The confession and punishment of sins. Persecuted: Being punished or discriminated against because of religious beliefs.
Pig iron: Crude iron that has been made in a blast furnace. Pirates: Bandits who robbed ships at sea. Pope: The head of the Roman Catholic Church. Pounds: The name of British currency.
Presbyterianism: A democratic system of church organization in which ministers and elders formed the governing body in a district. Priest: An ordained clergyman of the Roman Catholic Church.
Privateer: A pirate licensed by the government. Proprietary grant: A contract giving an individual or group the right to organize and govern a colony. Proprietors: Individuals granted ownership of a colony and full authority to establish a government and distribute land. Words to Know xxxv Protestantism: A branch of Christianity formed in opposition to Catholicism; its consists of many denominations, or separate organized churches.
Provinces: Local regions. Puritans: A Protestant group that advocates strict moral conduct and reform of the Church of England. Q Quakers: Members of the Society of Friends. Quitrents: Fixed taxes on land. Quorum: A minimum number of members required to approve legislation. R Revival meetings: Religious events based on spontaneous spiritual awakening. Rickets: A disease that affects the young during the period of skeletal growth.
Roman Catholicism: A branch of Christianity based in Rome, Italy, and headed by a pope who has supreme authority in all church affairs. Royal colony: Colony under direct rule of the king. Royal council: A committee appointed by the governor, with the approval of the king, that helped administer the colony.
Royal governor: The highest colonial official, appointed by the king. S Salvation: The forgiveness of sins.
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