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13 Colonies

13 Colonies Stack for Test

QuestionAnswer
Massachusetts? Wealth or Religious Freedom? Religious Freedom
Connecticut? Wealth or religious freedom? Both
New Hampshire? Wealth or religious freedom? Both
New York? Wealth or religious freedom? Wealth
New Jersey? Wealth or religious freedom? Wealth
Delaware? Wealth or religious freedom? Wealth
Pennsylvania? Wealth or religious freedom? Both
Virginia? Wealth or religious freedom? Wealth
North Carolina? Wealth or religious freedom? Wealth
South Carolina? Wealth or religious freedom? Wealth
Georgia? Wealth or religious freedom? Wealth
Rhode Island? Wealth or religious freedom? Both
Maryland? Wealth or religious freedom? Both
What is New Amsterdam? New York's name for the Dutch.
Pull factors to go to America Jobs, religious freedom, land, climate, government, and health.
Debtor Someone in debt.
Who is Pocahontas? From Powhatan tribe and daughter of Chief Powhatan
Jamestown Virginia, 1607, moneymakers
Maryland Act of Tolerance Symbolic beginning of freedom of religion.
Mayflower Compacts Purpose and Writers 41 men drew up the agreement to outline fair and equal laws for the colony; signed on the Mayflower. Signed by the Pilgrims.
Middle Colonies Description Money makers for the English, temperate climate, Propriety to royal colony, trade and agriculture.
John Winthrop Boston, Massachusetts
Chief Powhatan Jamestown, Virginia
Europeans Counties Claim Land England, Spain, Dutch
New England North East, 1621, Puritans and Pilgrims
Southern Colonies Plantations, Slaves, farms
Created by: MaxBFSlave