Type
Word Search
Description

Cash Crop
Enlightenment
French and Indian war
Glorious Revolution
Great Awakening
Mercantilism
Middle Passage
Navigation Acts
Parliament
Proclamation of 1763
Salutary Neglect
Slave
Stono Rebellion
Sugar Act
Triangular Trade

Chapter 3:The Colonies Come of Age Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Grown by farmer for sale Cash crops
18th century movement Enlightenment
Conflict in North America 1754-1763 French & Indian War
Transfer of British monarchy Glorious revolution
Revival of religious Great awakening
Increasing wealth by trade Mercantilism
Voyage from Africa to North America Middle passage
Series of law by parliament Navigation acts
Legislative body of England Parliament
Britain settled in Appalachian Mountains Proclamation
Relaxing enforcement Salutary neglect
Person becomes property of others Slave
Uprising of slaves in South Carolina Stono
Trade law in 1764 Sugar act
Trade in goods & people Triangular trade

Chapter 3 The American Colonies Emerge Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A crop grown by a farmer for sale rather than for personal use. Cash Crop
An 18th century intellectual movement that emphasized the use of reason and the scientific method as means of obtaining knowledge. Enlightenment
A conflict in North America, lasting from 1754 to 1763, that was part of a world wide struggle between France and Britain and that ended with the defeat of France and the transfer of French Canada to Britain. French and Indian War
The transfer of the British monarchy from James ll to William and Mary in 1688-1689 Glorious Revolution
A revival of realigious feeling in the American colonies during the 1730s and 1750s. Great Awakening
An economic system in which nations seek to increase their wealth and power by obtaining large amounts of gold and silver and by establishing a favorable balance of trade. Mercantilism
The voyage that brought enslaved Africans to the West Indies and later to North America. Middle Passage
A series of laws enacted by parliament beginning in 1651, to tighten England’s control of trade in its American colonies. Navigation
The legislative body of England. Parliament
An order in which Britain prohibited its American colonists from settling west of the Appalachian Mountains Proclamation of 1763
An Polocy of of relaxing the enforcement of regulations in its colonies in return for colonies continued economic loyalty. Salutary Neglect
A person who becomes the property of others. Slave
A 1739 uprising of slaves in South Carolina, leading to the tightening of already harsh slave laws. Stono Rebellion
A trade law enacted by Parliament in 1764 in an attempt to reduce smuggling in the British colonies in North America. Sugar Act
The transatlantic of trade in which goods and people, including slaves, were exchanged between Africa, England, Europe, the West Indies, and the colonies in North America. Triangular Trade

U.S. History Chapter 1 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Pontiac
William Pitt
French Indian war
Johnathan Edwards
Great awakening
Ben Franklin
Enlightenment
Middle passage
Triangular trade
Navigation acts
Mercantilism
Quaker
William Penn
John Winthrop
Puritan
Indentured servents
Joint stock company
Jamestown
John Smith

Chapter 3: The Colonies Come of Age Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A crop grown by a farmer for sale rather than for personal use Cash crop
The Enlightenment was an intellectual and philosophical movement which dominated the world of ideas in Europe during the 18th century, "The Century of Philosophy" Enlightenment
comprised the North American theater of the worldwide Seven Years' War of 1756–63. It pitted the colonies of British America against those of New France French and Indian war
The transfer of the British monarchy from James II to William and Mary in 1688-1689 Glorious Revolution
The revival of religious feeling in the American colonies during the 1730s and 1750s Great awakening
An economic system in which nations seek to increase their wealth and power by obtaining large amounts of gold and silver and by establishing a favorable balance of trade Mercantilism
The voyage that brought enslaved Africans to the West Indies an later to North America Middle passage
A series of laws enacted by parliament, beginning in 1651, to tighten England's control of trades in its American colonies Navigation
The legaslative body of England Parliament
An order in which Britain prohibited its American colonists from settling west of the Appliachan Mountains Proclamation
An English policy of relaxing the enforcements of the regulations it's colonies in return for the colonies' continued economic loyalty Saultary neglect
A person who becomes the property of others Slave
A 1739 uprising of slaves in South Carolina, leading to the tightening of already harsh slave laws Stono Rebellion

Cush crop Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Triangular trade
Sugar act
Stono rebellion
Slave
Salutary neglect
Proclamation of 1763
Parliament
Navigation acts
Middle passage
Mercantilism
Great awakening
Glorious revolution
French and Lndian war
Enlightenment
Cash crop

The Colonies Come of Age Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Cash crop
Enlightenment
French and indian war
Glorious revolution
Great awakening
Mercantilism
Middle passage
Navigation
Parliament
Proclamation of 1763
Salutary neglect
Slave
Stono rebellion
Sugar act
Triangular trade

Chapter 3 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

To be self sufficient by exporting more than importing Mercantilism
These acts are laws that pertain to trade Navigation
A legislative body Parliament
This crop required acres of land its profit wasn’t personal use Cash
This law of 1662 meant slavery was passed down from mother to child Slave
Had the most slaves imported Brazil
This passage meant slaves were perished from Africa to West Indies or West Indies to Americas Middle
Colonists wanted to control businesses but couldn’t due to limitations in England Free enterprise
Investigation of the world through reason or science Enlightenment
A religious revival of straying away from strict Puritan ways Great Awakening
The trading that was the dominant part of the French economy Fur
Since their wasn’t this passage France failed to grow Northwest
Great Britain and France fought over this river valley Ohio
British colonists fort Necessity
Treaty that gained land east of the Mississippi River to the British Paris
British had gained land east of this river Mississippi
Colonists couldn’t move west of these mountains Appalachian
Lead the Ottawa to attack British forts in Ohio Valley Pontiac
Crack down on smuggling, anyone could search ship, building, private residence Writs of assistance
This act foreign molasses and incentive not to smuggle Sugar
Court that was very strict and was a greater chance of conviction Vice admiralty

Chapter 3 Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A crop grown by a farmer for sale rather than for personal use Cash crop
An 18 century intellectual movement that emphasized the use of reason and the scientific method as means of obtaining knowledge Enlightenment
A conflict in North America lasting from 1754 to 1763 that was a part of a worldwide struggle between France and Britain and that ended with the defeat of France and the transfer of French Canada to Britain French and Indian War
The transfer of the British monarchy from James II to William and Mary in 1688-1689 Glorious Revolution
A revival of religious feeling in the American colonies during 1730s and 1750s Great Awakening
An encomic system in which nations seek to increase their wealth and power by obtaining large amounts of gold and sliver and by establishing a favorable balance of trade Mercantilism
The voyage that brought enslaved Africa’s to the West Indies and later to North America Middle Passage
A series of laws enacted by parliament beginning in 1651 to tighten England’s control of trade in it’s American colonies Navigation Acts
The legislative body of England Parliament
An order in which Britain prohibited its American colonist from settling west of the Appalachian mountains Proclamation of 1763
An English policy of relaxing the enforcement of regulations in its colonies in return for the colonies continued economic loyalty Salutary Neglect
A person who becomes the property of others Slave
A 1739 uprising of slaves in South Carolina leading to the tightening of already harsh slave laws Stone Rebellion
A trade law enacted by parliament in 1764 in an attempt to reduce smuggling in British colonies in North America Sugar act
The transatlantic system of trade in which goods and people including slaves were exchanged between Africa England Europe the West Indies and the colonies in North America Triangular Trade

Chapter 3 crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The goal for this was self- sufficiency Mercantilism
_______ passed laws to establish power of monarch Parliament
Religious revival Great Awakening
Crack down on smuggling Writs of assistance
Investigation of the world through reason/ science Enlightenment
____ crops like tobacco, rice, indigo, and cotton were used for profit cash
this trading good had a high demand in Europe fur
The British landed on the east side of this river while France gave the west side to spain Mississippi
Led an attack on British forts in Ohio Valley Pontiac
Most slaves were imported to the Caribbean and to ______ Brazil
Slavery was passed down from ______ to child because of this slave law Mother
This act allowed colonists to trade with whoever benefits them Navigation
British Colonists were led by George Washington to this fort Necessity
This passage transfered African slaves from Africa-- West Indies or from the West Indies-- Americas middle
colonists wanted to own central businesses Free enterprise
This act lowered the taxes on foreign molasses sugar
This court was ran by British officials and not the colonial court Vice Admiralty
This passage was a short cut through the Americas that connect the Atlanic and Pacific Northwest
Great Britian vs. France at this river valley Ohio
Colonists could not move west of these mountains Appalachian
The British get the land east of the Mississippi Paris

Causes of the Revolutionary War Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

French and Indian War
Proclamation of 1763
Parliament
representation
Stamp Act
stamp agents
taxes
Townshend Acts
tariffs
Tea Act
Boston Massacre
Boston Tea Party
Intolerable Acts
taxation
boycotts
Sons of Liberty
protests
Daughters of Liberty