By importing slaves and planting tobacco on Indian land along the Mississippi River, the French sparked the __________ in 1729.

Mohawks traveled all the way to England to persuade Great Britain to invade Canada as part of __________.

France agreed to fight the __________ in the Great Lakes region after receiving gifts of Indian slaves from the Iroquois.

In order to oversee colonial economic affairs, William III created the __________.

Believing that by evangelizing Indians and slaves in the colonies they could bring about the second coming of Christ, colonists took part in the transatlantic movement known as __________.

The Chesapeake colonies' diversification into wheat, livestock, and milling was part of the larger __________ across the colonies.

With the Navigation Act of 1696, the British Board of Trade established __________ in the colonies to prosecute violators.

Governor William Gooch referred to Virginia runaways as __________ to link their actions with resistance in the Caribbean.

As part of the increasing policing of racial lines, colonists made it more difficult for slave owners to engage in __________.

In one treaty of the __________ the Iroquois and Indians of the Great Lakes agreed to end hostilities and exchange captives.

The protections of __________ provided for slaves was largely ignored throughout Louisiana.

Colonists smuggled goods, flaunting imperial trade laws, but Great Britain looked the other way as part of their unofficial policy of __________.