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M & S Colonies

Info for Middle and Southern Colonies quiz

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This colony's original name was New Netherland New York
Philadelphia is the largest and earliest settlement in this colony: Pennsylvania
The proprietor of this colony was William Penn Pennsylvania
This colony was given to friends of the Duke of York New Jersey
The Calverts founded this colony: Maryland
This colony was split into two separate colonies when it was too large and difficult to govern Carolina
Debtors were the first settlers in this colony: Georgia
Benjamin Franklin made this colony his home Pennsylvania
The Lords Proprietors governed over this colony Carolina
The three main cash crops for the Southern colonies were: tobacco, rice, indigo
Created by: andreamalloy