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Chapter 2

Colonies

TermDefinition
Plymouth Pilgrim settlement
Massachusetts "City on a hill"
John Winthrop Governor of Massachusetts
Roger Williams Founder of Rhode Island
Rhode Island Colony where Anne Hutchinson moved to
New Amsterdam Dutch city on Manhattan Island
New Netherlands Dutch settlements located on the Hudson River
Cape Cod A peninsula in Massachusetts
Henry Hudson Explored the Hudson River
New Jersey The first settlements here were Dutch and Swedish
New Sweden The log cabin was introduced to America in this colony
Quebec Oldest French settlement in North America
Great Lakes French settlements are found in this area
Pennsylvania Colony for Quakers
Maryland Colony for Catholics
Georgia Colony for the poor and unemployed
Created by: skokoska