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SS Chapter 6 Test

5th Grade Social Studies Test Chapter 6

What geographical feature made the middle colonies known as the "breadbasket" colonies? fertile soil
Two colonies formed by the English New York and New Jersey
Refuge a safe place
The Frame of Government of Pennsylvania a document of self-government in the Middle Colonies
Who did William Penn form a long lasting peace with? Tamanend
George Whitefield the leader of the Great Awakening
Difference between the Middle Colonies and the New England Colonies Middle Colonies were a home to a mic of religious groups
Why were port cities important? They were the center of trade
Why was New York a good location for a port? It was located at the mouth of the Hudson River
Farmers Had to make an economic choice to pay to use a grist mill
Militia set up by Ben Franklin to protect Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Colony
Why were the Middle Colonies prosperous? fertile land, deep harbors, and mild climate
Artisan craft worker
Apprentice a person who worked with an artisan to learn a skill
William Penn wanted all people to be treated with... justice
Immigrants added _______ to the Middle Colonies. diversity
List rights or freedoms that William Penn gave to colonists in Pennsylvania 1. trial by jury 2. freedom of speech 3. freedom of religion
Name effects of the Great Awakening 1. Changed religious ideas 2. Helped bring people together 3. Led to greater religious intolerance 4. Diversity 5. Increased the freedom of religion
Created by: amarshall4