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The 13 Colonies

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Pilgrims moved here for religious freedom Massachusetts
Has "New" in the name and found in the New England colonies New Hampshire
Capitol is Hartford Connecticut
Broke from the strict teachings of the Puritans to practice religious tolerance. Jews could worship here. Rhode Island
Earlier a Dutch settlement that would be conquered by the Duke of York. New York
Once a part of Pennsylvania Delaware
Snooki and the Situation fist pump on the shore here....once a part of New York and a proprietary colony. New Jersey
Founded by a Quaker who thought of this colony as his, "Holy Experiment." Pennsylvania
The first permanent English settlement of Jamestown is found in this colony Virginia
The leader, Lord Baltimore, would convince its assembly to pass the, "Act of Toleration." Maryland
This colony shares a southern side. It does not have a harbor or any major river systems. North Carolina
Swampy lowlands near the coast provide the necessary geography for the rice plantations that would develop here....along with slave labor. South Carolina
Last of the colonies to be founded. Oglethorpe wanted an area for English debtors to be able to settle. It also provides a buffer from Spanish Florida. Georgia
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