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Middle and Southern Colonies

Charles' Land is Latin for Carolina
Designed the City of Brotherly Love William Penn
Founded the colony of Pennsylvania Quakers
What colony was founded as a place for Catholics to practice their religion freely Maryland
Which colony established as a place for debtors to make a fresh start? Georgia
someone who refuses to fight wars Pacifist
New York City was originally called... New Amsterdam
William Penn allowed some of Pennsylvania’s southern counties to function as a separate colony called Delaware
Indigo was developed in the 1740s by Eliza Lucas in the Carolinas
What 1701 document granted Pennsylvania colonists the right to elect legislative representatives? The Charter of Privileges
What colony was named after an island in the English Channel? New Jersey
This person surrendered to the English without a fight in 1664 Peter Stuyvesant
Indentured servants settlers who paid for their passage to America by working without pay for a period of time.
the sole owner and ruler of a colony proprietor
A patroon was landowner in New Netherland
Carolina did not develop as planned and split into North and South Carolina
The Quakers believed that everyone was equal
William Penn believed that the land belonged to the Natives and that settlers should pay for it.
an indentured servant is someone who agrees to work without pay for a certain period of time in exchange for passage to America.
Sir George Calvert dreamed a place for Catholics to worship freely. This colony is Maryland
Jamestown grew and expanded and eventually became Virginia
The Mason-Dixon line divides Maryland and Pennsylvania
The Act of Toleration ensured Protestants and Catholics the right to worship freely.
Rice and Tobacco were two major crops grown in The Carolinas
What year was Georgia founded? 1733
What are the four Middle Colonies? Delaware, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Created by: mccrears