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Lesson 13

Social Studies

colony a location that is settled by people
conflict to fight or go to war because of a disagreement
surrender to give up or be defeated in a fight
permanent to stay in a location
Why was the Dutch colony open to attack by the English? Because the English were settled in what is currently Massachusetts and what is currently Virginia and the Dutch were in the areas that are now PA and New York. The Dutch were sandwiched and the English could attacked and the Dutch surrendered
What countries settled in what is currently PA? Sweden and Holland
Name the 5 countries that settled in the original North America 1. Sweden 2. England 3. Holland 4. France 5. Spain
Who were the ORIGINAL settlers of the North America Native Americans
Created by: czeponis