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13 Colonies #5

Meaning

QuestionAnswer
Massachusetts Large Hill Place
Connecticut Beside The Long Tidal River
New Hampshire The southern English county of Hampshire, England, by John Mason
Rhode Island Red Island
New York Named after the Duke of York and Albany, the brother of King Charles II of England.
New Jersey Isle of Jersey in England
Pennsylvania William Penn's father sylvania, Latin for "wooded lands, forested lands".
Delaware Delaware Indian Tribe and named after the colonial governor or Virginia, "Lord De la Wan"
Maryland Queen Henrietta Maria of England
Virginia England's "Virgin Queen," Elizabeth I
North & South Carolina "Carolus", the Latin word for "Charles," Charles I of England
Georgia England's King George II. This colony means the feminine form of the Greek George which means farmer.
Created by: 17agordon