The Southern Colonies Crossword

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QUESTIONS LIST: TOLERATION : This Act in 1649 made it a crime to restrict the religious rights of Christians in the colony of Maryland., POCAHONTAS : She married John Rolfe., SMITH : Who took control of the colony of Jamestown and built a fort in 1608?, POWHATAN : This confederacy of Indians helped the colonists in Jamestown survive., ROLFE : Jamestown did not make a profit until this man introduced a new type of tobacco that sold well in England., CAROLINAS : These settlements were far apart making it difficult to govern them so it separated into North and South ___________., BACON : He led a group of former indentured servants and attacked a group of friendly American Indians., RELIGIOUS : Many English Catholics came to America to escape this type of persecution., HEAD RIGHT : This system which was started by the London Company gave 50 acres of land to every person who paid their way to Virginia., VIRGINIA : What was the name of the region that a company of English merchants wanted to establish?, JAMESTOWN : This was the first permanent English settlement in North America., CODES : Most southern colonies used these laws to control slaves and were called slave ________., SLAVERY : When Oglethorpe created the colony of Georgia, he outlawed this common practice., LONDON : The investors in the new settlement formed a joint-stock company called the ________ Company., DUTCH : What people brought the first Africans to Virginia in 1619?, OGLETHORPE : King George II gave this man a a charter hoping that Georgia would shield Britain's other colonies from Spanish Florida., INDENTURED : These servants signed a contract to work four to seven years to pay for their journey to America., PLANTATIONS : Early Virginia settlers created these large farms and grew tobacco., MARSHES : Jamestown was surrounded by ________ full of disease-carrying mosquitoes., TOBACCO : Many colonists began growing this crop because it was profitable.