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Week 11


cooper craftsman who makes barrels
William Penn was given land in America by King Charles II as payment for a debt the king owed to his father
Henry Hudson explorer who first claimed the New York area for the Dutch
Peter Stuyvesant governor of New Amsterdam who was not well liked by his people
Quakers members of a peaceful religious group that supported freedom of religion and were against war
Governor Island small island in New York Harbor that was once used as a retreat for government officials
Delaware colony first settled by the Swedes as a farming community
New Jersey colony originally divided into two parts with two separate governments
Manhattan island bought the Dutch bought from the American Indians for small items worth about $24.00
New Amsterdam New York was first called by this name when it was under Dutch control
Pennsylvania means Penn's Woods
Created by: gagnon.becky