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6th SS Ch 7_s

6th Grade Social Studies Chapter 7 Study

Why was the Maryland Colony founded? To build a colony in NA that would make money and provide refuge for Catholics.
Who founded the Maryland Colony? The Calvert Family
Another name for the Chesapeake Bay Great Shellfish Bay
The Maryland Colony and the Virginia Colony are separated by The Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac River
In 1649 Maryland passed this to give religious freedom to all Christians The Toleration Act
In 1702 _____ becomes the first church in the Maryland Colony The Angelican Church
This Colony was divided between 8 leaders Carolina Colony
This Colony had a mild climate and grew tobacco. The Maryland Colony
The Toleration Act helped protect The rights of the Catholics in Maryland.
The 8 leaders of the Carolina Colony were called Lord Proprietors
North Carolina main crop Tobacco and Corn
South Carolina main crop Rice
Georgia was named after King Geroge II
What was James Oglethorpe's idea for Georgia? Send Engligh debtors to settle, hoping to them them a chance to start a new life
Which colony did not initially allow slavery and did not have plantations? Georgia Colony
In 1733 the first group of Georgia colonists found the settlement named Savannah
The land between the Coastal Plain and the Appalachian Mountains The Piedmont
Why was it hard to reach the backcountry? The thick forests, steep hills and few roads
How did the German immigrants get to the backcountry from Pennslyvania? The Native Trail
What is another name for the trail that passed through the Shenandoah Vally along the eastern side of the Blue Ridge Mountains? The Great Wagon Road
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