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13 Colonies

Questions about the 13 colonies

QuestionAnswer
What were the "ORIGINAL" middle colonies New Amsterdam, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware
What were the "ORIGINAL" New England Colonies Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Hampshire
What were the "ORIGINAL" Southern Colonies North Carolina , South Carolina, Maryland, Rhode Island and Georgia
Who was "Ann Hutchinson" A travler from england and she wasn’t supposed to be on trial. Because her beliefs and she thought that she could talk to god directly
Who was "William Penn" The man who had Pennsylvania Named after him... DUH
What is the Mason-Dixon line and how was it formed? Calvert family and the penn family argued over the boundary between Maryland and it took them many years to make it.
How did New Englander;s view education? They were taught to read so they could read Laws and the bible If there parents could read they didn't have to go to school.
When did a town have to hire a teacher? 1 teacher for every 15 houses 1674- First school established
Created by: nlarkin688