Accelerating the Pace of Change, c. 1690–1730

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Catawba, Yamasee, Cherokee, and South Carolina forces put an end to the __________ in 1713.

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 __________.

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

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

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