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Colonial-England Kay

England Colonial Test Kay's Mom

What were the New England Colonies? Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire
What were the Middle Colonies? New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware
What were the Southern Colonies? Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Maryland
New England geography had _________________ Rocky soil and plenty of forest
All major cities in the New England colonies were located ________________ along the coast
Being located along the coast made it easier for _________________________ ships to drop off and pick up materials
The __________left England and settled in Massachusetts so they could practice their religion Puritans
The people that did not agree with the Puritans moved to __________________ to practice different religions. Connecticut and Rhode Island
The people of New England held jobs as ______________. famers, ministers, shipbuilders, whalers, mill factory workers, and lumberjacks.
New Hampshire cut and sent _________ to England for profit. trees
People of New Hampshire believed in ___________ and sent their kids to school. Education
The _________ was located in the center of town and very important to people of New England. It also served as the meeting center and courthouse. Church
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