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Colonies unit 10/18

American history

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who occupied the Americas prior to the Europeans coming? native americans
how did the Native Americans first treat the Europeans when they arrived in the Americas? friendly
what did the natives introduce to the Europeans? tobacco corn tomatoes
Where did most Native Americans that survived European exploration were forced to move? West
What did the signers of the Mayflower Compact agree to? to make and obey laws for the good of the colony
What did the middle colonies produce that made them known as the “Breadbasket” colonies? wheat, barley, and rye
What was known as the lost colony? Roanoke
What was the first successful cash crop in Jamestown in 1612 tobacco
What were the reasons for European Exploration? God, Gold, and Glory.
What 3 things were the southern colonies known for growing? Sugar, tobacco, and rice “Cash Crops”
Georgia was founded as a place where ______ from England could make a new start in life. Debtors
What was the first successful colony to develop within the New World? Jamestown
John Smith is saved Jamestown by doing what? Mandating “No work, No Food”.
What was the first form of representative government in the English colonies in 1619 in Virginia? House of Burgesses
What are plantations? large estates farmed by slaves
Which region had the most manufacturing? The middle colonies
The theory that a colony exists in order to make the home country wealthy and powerful. Mercantilism
Where were plantations found? Southern Colonies
the transfer of ideas, people, and products between the two hemispheres. Columbian Exchange
When was New Hampshire founded? 1622
When was Massachusetts founded? 1620
When was Rhode Island founded? 1636
When was Connecticut founded? 1636
When was New York founded? 1624
When was Pennsylvania founded? 1682
When was New Jersey founded? 1664
When was Delaware founded? 1638
When was Maryland founded? 1634
When was Virginia founded? 1609
When was North Carolina founded? 1719
When was South Carolina founded? 1712
When was Georgia founded? 1733
who founded New Hampshire? Ferdinando Gorges and John Mason
who founded Massachusetts? William Bradword and John Winthrop
who founded Rhode Island? Roger Williams
who founded Connecticut? Thomas Hooker
who founded Pennsylvania? William Penn
who founded New York? Peter Minuit
who founded New Jersey? John Berkeley and George Carteret
who founded Delaware? Swedish settlers
who founded Maryland? Lord Baltimore
who founded Virginia? John Smith
who founded North Carolina? Group of 8 proprietors
who founded South Carolina? Group of 8 proprietors
who founded Georgia? James Oglethorpe
Reson for settling in New Hampshire Profit from fishing and trade
Reson for settling in Massachusetts Religious freedom
Reson for settling in Rhode Island Religious freedom
Reson for settling in Connecticut Expand trade and religious and political freedom
Reson for settling in New york Expand trade
Reson for settling in Pennsylvania Profit from land sales and religious and political freedom.
Reson for settling in New Jersey Religious and political freedom and to expand trade.
Reson for settling in Delaware Expand trade
Reson for settling in Maryland Profit from land sales and religious and political freedom.
Reson for settling in Virginia Trade and farming
Reson for settling in North Carolina Trade and farming
Reson for settling in South Carolina Trade and farming
Reson for settling in Georgia Profit, home for debtors, and buffer against Spanish-Florida.
Created by: 22repack