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Savannah Beatty 5th

History chapter 7 5th grade

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Jaun Ponce de Leon Spanish explorer founded St. Augustine
St. Augustine The first permanent settlement planted by spanish in Florida in 1565
Roanoke The lost colony founded by Sir Walter Raleigh
Sir Walter Raleigh founded Roanoke
The London Company began in Jamestown in 1607
Jamestown The first permanent English settlement
Mayflower Compact The first written agreement for self government
New England Colonies New Hampshire Massachusetts Connecticut Rhode Island
Governor Winthrop Puritan leader and governor 12 times
Roger Williams founded Rhode Island and the first Baptist church
John Mason founded New Hampshire
Describe the churches and schools in New England lots of churches and schools and were very large
Middle Colonies New York New Jersey Delaware Pennsylvania
Peter Stuyvesant A Dutch Governor that gave up the New Netherland for New York
William Penn A Quaker who founded Pennsylvania
Southern Colonies Georgia Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Maryland
John Rolfe brought tobacco to the colonies
Representative Government delegates were chosen to represent the colonist and met in Jamestown
House of Burgesses representatives that met and advised the governor
James Oglethorpe helped found Georgia and their first governor
John Wesley said that in Georgia there should be no alcohol or slaves
George Whitefield a preacher in Georgia and founded the first orphanage
what were schools and churches like in southern colonies there were very few schools they hired private tutors for churches the had traveling preachers that went door to door to preach
Great Awakening a spiritual revival from the 1730s-1760s that increased our religious spirit
Jonathon Edwards first leader in the Great Awakening
Benjamin Franklin American inventor and statesman
Phillis Wheatley the first African American women to publish a book
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