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Unit 2, Lessons 3 & 4

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  • 1. Where did the European countries claim land?
    • Unit 2, Lesson 3 & 4- Vocabulary
  • 2. Mission
    • (noun) a place set up by a religious group to teach religion and other ways of life to native people
  • 3. Tradin g Post
    • (noun) a place where people meet to trade goods
  • 4. Tributar y
    • (noun) a river that flows into a larger river or lake
  • 5. Slaver y
    • (noun) the practice of owning people and forcing them to work without pay
  • 6. Charter
    • (noun) an official document from an authority to do something
  • 7. Settlement
    • (noun) a place to live that is set up in a new area
    Jamestown
  • 8. Goals of Ex p loration Spain *Gold (resources) *Spread Christianity (mission system) *Claim Land France *Find the Northwest Passage *Claim land for France
  • 9. Where should we build our colony? The best place to build trading posts and towns was near waterways (lakes, rivers, coastline)
  • 10. We’re here too! Many other countries explored the New World. Many of them claimed land: Dutch- New Amsterdam Fort Orange Sweden- Fort Christina Russia- Alaska/California
  • 11. Columbian Exchan g e Slavery