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  • 7. Topic One 5 10 15 20 25 Topic Two 5 10 15 20 25 Topic Three 5 10 15 20 25 Topic Four 5 10 15 20 25 Topic Five 5 10 15 20 25 Team One Team Three Team Five Team Two Team Four Team Six
  • 8. •The transition of people, plants, insects, and microbes between two hemispheres initiated when Columbus reached the Americas in 1492 Show Answer
  • 9. COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE Back to Board
  • 10. European economic doctrine calling for strict regulation of the economy in order to ensure a balance of exports over imports and increase the amount of silver and gold in a nation’s treasury Show Answer
  • 11. MERCANTILISM Back to Board
  • 12. The first English colony was founded by 104 men and boys as a military post. Many of the inhabitants refused to work and resulted in the initial failure of this settlement Show Answer
  • 13. JAMESTOWN Back to Board
  • 14. Indentured servitude was replaced by this involuntary labor that was introduced to the new world as early as 1619 Show Answer
  • 15. SLAVERY Back to Board
  • 16. After the advent of African slavery, colonies quickly passed laws based on this type of discrimination that divides people into separate/unequal groups based on physical characteristics Show Answer
  • 17. RACISM Back to Board
  • 18. An Indian confederacy of Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca that exerted enormous influence in the northeast colonies Show Answer
  • 19. IROQUOIS LEAGUE Back to Board
  • 20. English religious reformers who became political unpopular at home and emigrated to New England in 1620 to build their shining “city upon a hill” Show Answer
  • 21. PURITANS Back to Board
  • 22. The principle that religious institutions should not exercise civil or judicial power and that civil governments should give no official support to any religious denomination Show Answer
  • 23. SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE Back to Board
  • 24. Between 1692 and 1693 over 200 people were tortured and executed based on the accusations of a group of girls and the fanaticism of a churchcontrolled court Show Answer
  • 25. SALEM WITCH TRIALS Back to Board
  • 26. This religious group that settled Pennsylvania dressed in a plain and severe manner, refused to swear oaths or make war, and allowed women public roles of religious leadership Show Answer
  • 27. QUAKERS Back to Board
  • 28. This is a skilled craftsman such as a blacksmith, a cooper, a miller, a tailor. Paul Revere was a silversmith example of this Show Answer
  • 29. ARTISAN Back to Board
  • 30. In the 1760s, New York (and England) claimed land in Vermont that this group of men had already purchased from New Hampshire. The group of men launched a successful guerilla resistance. Show Answer
  • 31. ETHAN ALLEN AND THE GREEN MOUNTAIN MEN Back to Board
  • 32. The organization of slave labor that assigned specific daily duties that, after completion, allowed the slave to spend the rest of the day in their own pursuits Show Answer
  • 33. THE TASK SYSTEM Back to Board
  • 34. Groups of escaped slaves, often newly arrived from Africa, fled to the frontiers and established these settlements in the South and the Caribbean. Show Answer
  • 35. MAROON COMMUNITIES Back to Board
  • 36. The intellectual movement that flourished in the 1700s and stressed the power of reason and natural law to promote human progress Show Answer
  • 37. THE ENLIGHTENMENT Back to Board
  • 38. A spill-over from Europe, this war lasted from 1754 to 1763 in the American colonies and is an early example of a world war. The old enemies of England and France included their colonies in the fight. Show Answer
  • 39. THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR Back to Board
  • 40. Because war had doubled its debt, Britain imposed these duties on trade to regulate the flow of commerce in the colonies Show Answer
  • 41. TARIFFS Back to Board
  • 42. In 1765, England imposed this tax on all legal documents, newspapers, diplomas, playing cards, and dice; which infuriated the American colonies. Show Answer
  • 43. THE STAMP ACT Back to Board
  • 44. In March 1770, British troops clashed with locals in Massachusetts, leaving 5 civilians dead and wounding 6 others. Locals called it by this name and tried the British troops for murder. Show Answer
  • 45. BOSTON MASSACRE Back to Board
  • 46. In 1774, 55 delegates gathered in Philadelphia to meet as this political body; their purpose was to discuss resistance after England had sent troops to quell tax-related protests in New England. Show Answer
  • 47. THE FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS Back to Board
  • 48. This main American rebel military force was created by the Second Continental Congress in July 1775 and was commanded by George Washington. Show Answer
  • 49. CONTINENTAL ARMY Back to Board
  • 50. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal and that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights… Show Answer
  • 51. THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE Back to Board
  • 52. The American colonial supporters of the King of England were known to American rebels by this name. Show Answer
  • 53. TORIES Back to Board
  • 54. This is armed conflict among political rivals, typically involving guerilla tactics and violent intimidation of civilians. This was the type of war conducted in the Southern colonies during the Revolution. Show Answer
  • 55. PARTISAN WARFARE Back to Board
  • 56. The framework of government that establishes the contract between rulers/leaders and the people. Show Answer
  • 57. CONSTITUTION Back to Board
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  • 59. 25 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity… Show Answer
  • 60. THE PREAMBLE TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES Back to Board
  • 61. Big Board Facts © 2010 Jeff Ertzberger All rights reserved. All Clipart copyright GraphicsFactory.com– All Rights Reserved. Some images have been modified from original version. This presentation may not be sold, or redistributed in any form without written permission of the author. For even more template games and great resources visit: uncw.edu/EdGames By using this game you are agreeing to our terms of use. End