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history test colony

John Wheelwright New Hampshire
Roger Williams Rhode Island
John Oglethrope Georgia
Pilgrims Separatists
First Constitution in English Colonies Fundamentals of Connecticut
Squanto and Samoset Helped the pilgrims
William Penn Pennslyvania
Thomas Hooker Connecticut
Maryland Lord Baltimore
New York Duke of York
Safe place for Catholics Maryland
Safe place for quakers Pennslyvania
Haven for debtors Georgia
Original colony of Pennsylvania Delaware
New York's Original name New Netherlands
Previous colony apart of New York New Jersey
House of Burgessess Virginia
Colony where they pay Indians for land Pennsylvania
John Smith Jamestown Survivior
Colonies that disgraced with the Puritans Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut
Dutch brought slaves to Jamestown 1619
Created by: AidenSays