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13 Colonies

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What are the Colonies in the New England Colony Region? Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island
What are the Colonies in the Middle Colony Region? New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Deleware
What are the Colonies in the Southern Colony Region? Maryland, Virginia, North & South Carolina, and Georgia
Who founded Massachusetts? John Winthrop
Who founded Connecticut? Thomas Hooker
Who founded New Hampshire? John Mason and John Wheelwright
Who founded Rhode Island Roger Williams and Ann Hutchinson
Who founded New York? Peter Minuit and Peter Stuyvesant
Who founded New Jersey? Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret
Who founded Pennsylvania? William Penn
Who founded Delaware? Peter Minuit and New Sweden Company
Who founded Maryland? George Calvert and Lord Baltimore
Who founded Virginia? John Smith, Captain, The London Company
Who founded North & South Carolina? North Carolina was founded by Virginia colonists and South Carolina was founded by a noble from King Charles ll and eight English nobles
Who founded Georgia? James Oglethorpe and others
Why was Massachusetts founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Religious Freedom and was founded by the Religious Order of ¨Puritans.¨ Massachusetts means ¨Large Hill Place¨
Why was Connecticut founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Political and Religious Freedom and founded by the Religious Order of ¨Puritans.¨ Named after an Algonquin word meaning ¨Beside Long Tidal River¨
Why was New Hampshire founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Farming and was founded by the Religious Order of ¨Puritans.¨ Name came from the southern English county of Hampshire, England, by John Mason.
Why was Rhode Island founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Religious Freedom and was founded by Religious Order of ¨Puritans.¨ Colonies from Rhode Island came from the Dutch. Rhode island is a Dutch word that means ¨Red Island¨
Why was New York founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Religious Freedom, trade, and furs. Founded by the Dutch for “Quakers, Catholics, Lutherans, Jewish, and others”. New York is named after the Duke of York and Albany, the brother of King Charles II of England.
Why was New Jersey founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Religious Freedom, Farming, and Trade. Founded by the Religious Orders of ¨Quakers, Catholics, Lutherans, Jewish and others”. New Jersey is named for “Isle of Jersey in England”.
Why was Pennsylvania founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Religious Freedom for Quakers; trade and profits. Founded by the Religious Orders of “Quakers, Catholics, Lutherans, Jewish and others” Pennsylvania was named for William Penn’s father and sylvania, Latin for “forest”.
Why was Delaware founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Trade and Profits. Founded by the Religious Orders of “Quakers, Catholics, Lutherans, Jewish, and others” Delaware was named for the Delaware tribe and for an early governor of colonial Virginia, Lor de la Warr.
Why was Maryland founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Religious Freedom, especially for Catholics. Founded by the Religious Orders of “Catholics, Anglicans, and Baptists”. Maryland was named for Queen Henrietta Maria of England.
Why was Virginia founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Gold. Founded by the Religious Orders of “Anglican and Baptist.” Virginia’s colony was named for England’s “Virgin’s Queen,” Elizabeth I
Why was North & South Carolina founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for Farming and Trade. Founded by the Religious Orders of “Anglican and Baptist.” The North and South Carolina colony was named from “Carolus”, the Latin word for “Charles,” Charles I of England.
Why was Georgia founded and what is it´s purpose and meaning? Founded for relief for debters and as a buffer between Spanish Florida, The Carolinas. Founded by the Religious Orders of “Anglican and Baptist.” Georgia’s colony was named from England’s King George II and it ¨farmer¨ in Greek.
Boston, Salem, Plymouth, and Lexington are Major Cities of _____ Massachusetts
Hartford and New Haven are Major Cities of _____ Connecticut
Concord and Exeter are Major Cities of _____ New Hampshire
Providence and Newport are Major Cities of _____ Rhode Island
Albany and New York City are Major Cities of _____ New York
Trenton and Princeton are Major Cities of _____ New Jersey
Philadelphia, Lancaster, and York are Major Cities of _____ Pennsylvania
Wilmington and Dover are Major Citys of _____ Delaware
Baltimore and Annapolis are Major Cities of _____ Maryland
Jamestown and Richmond are Major Cities of _____ Virgina
Savannah is a Major City of _____ Georgia
What are Major Pull Factors of Massachusetts? Religious Freedom, Shipbuilding, Agriculture (i.e. Fishing, Corn, Livestock), and Manufacturing
What are Major Pull Factors of Connecticut? Agriculture (i.e. wheat, corn, fishing)
What are Major Pull Factors of New Hampshire? Manufacturing (i.e. textiles, shipbuilding), Agriculture (i.e. potatoes, fishing)
What are Major Pull Factors of Rhode Island? Agriculture (i.e. livestock, dairy, fishing. Cod, mackerel, herring, halibut, hake, bass, sturgeon, and whales.), Manufacturing (i.e. lumbering)
What are Major Pull Factors of New York? Agriculture (i.e.cattle, grain, rice, indigo, wheat), Manufacturing (i.e. shipbuilding, iron works), Some industries included the production of iron ore, lumber, textiles, furs and shipbuilding.
What are Major Pull Factors of New Jersey? Agriculture (i.e. cattle, grain, rice, indigo--dye, wheat), Manufacturing (i.e. ironing, lumbering, plows tools, locks, nails)
What are Major Pull Factors of Pennsylvania? Agriculture (i.e. wheat, corn, cattle, dairy), Manufacturing (i.e. textiles, paper making, shipbuilding)
What are Major Pull Factors of Delaware? Agriculture (i.e. fishing, cattle, grain, rice, indigo [dye], wheat), Manufacturing (i.e. lumbering, plows, tools, kettles, locks, nails, large blocks of iron which they exported to England)
What are Major Pull Factors of Maryland? Manufacturing (i.e. Shipbuilding, Iron works), Agriculture (i.e. Corn, Wheat, Rice, Indigo)
What are Major Pull Factors of Virginia? Plantation agriculture (i.e. tobacco, wheat, corn)
What are Major Pull Factors of North & South Carolina? North Carolina: Plantation agriculture (i.e. indigo, rice, tobacco), South Carolina:Plantation agriculture (i.e. indigo, rice, tobacco, cotton, cattle)
What are Major Pull Factors of Georgia? Plantation Agriculture (i.e. tobacco, sugar, indigo, rice)
North Carolina: Brunswick Town, Raleigh South Carolina: Charleston, Sumter Carolinas
Created by: 17gcolumbia