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History chapter 6

A chief commander in the Navy Admiral
Available blue dye indigo
Large forms found throughout the southern colonies Plantations
People who live in the Netherlands claimed the southern part of New York Dutch
Dutch Explorer sent to find a shortcut to Asia found New York instead Henry Hudson
man who explored Northern New York and claim it for France Samuel de Champlain
Dutch governor of New Netherland who finally surrendered to the British
man who gave New Jersey its name Sir George Carteret and Lord John Berleley
Religious group that settled in Pennsylvania Quakers
Founder of Pennsylvania who carefully planned the city ofPhiladelphia William Penn
Created by: jrslatet