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13 Colonies

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Viriginia 1st Colony
New York 2nd Colony
Massachusetts 3rd Colony
Maryland 4th Colony
Rhode Island 5th Colony
Connecticut 6th Colony
New Hampshire 7th Colony
Delaware 8th Colony
North Carolina 9th Colony
South Carolina 10th Colony
New Jersey 11th Colony
Pennsylvania 12th Colony
Georgia 13th Colony
New England Colonies Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut
Middle Colonies New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware
Southern Colonies Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia
Virginia Founder and Founded For John Smith To find gold and to expand economical trade
Pennsylvania Founder and Founded For Duke of York, Peter Minuit, and other Dutch Settlers Trade and Fur Trapping
Massachusetts Founder and Founded For William Bradford and John Winthrop Religious Freedom
Maryland Founder and Founded For Cecil Calvert "Lord Baltimore" Religious Freedom (i.e. Catholics)
Rhode Island Founder and Founded For Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson Religious Freedom (i.e. Separatists)
Connecticut Founder and Founded For Thomas Hooker Political and Religious Freedom and profit from fur trade
New Hampshire Founder and Founded For John Mason, John Wheelwright, and Fernando Georges Profit from trade, fishing, and farming
Delaware Founder and Founded For Peter Minuit and The New Sweden Company Fur trading posts along the Delaware River
North Carolina/ South Carolina Founder and Founded For Lords/Proprietors and Aristocrats Trade and profit from selling land
New Jersey Founder and Founded For Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret Profit from selling land
Pennsylvania Founder and Founded For William Penn Religious Freedom, trade, and profit
Georgia Founder and Founded For James Oglethorpe To protect South Carolina from invasion and the rest of the colonies from the Spanish in present day Florida and a jail for debtors (i.e. hottest colony)
Virginia Major Industries and Named After Plantation Agriculture (i.e. tobacco was the cash crop)
New York Major Industries and Named After Food Producing, Trade, and Agriculture
Massachusetts Major Industries and Named After Timber, Fur, and Manufacturing
Maryland Industries and Named After Agriculture (i.e. corn and wheat)
Rhode Island Major Industries and Named After Manufacturing (i.e. Rum and Beer) and Exportation of Goods
Connecticut Major Industries and Named After Manufacturing, Trade, and Agriculture
New Hampshire Major Industries and Named After Agriculture and Manufacturing
Delaware Major Industries and Named After Exportation of agricultural products and natural resources
North Carolina/ South Carolina Major Industries and Named After Farming and Trade
New Jersey Major Industries and Named After Exportation of agricultural products and natural resources
Pennsylvania Major Industries and Named After Food Production, Agriculture, Production, and PAPERMAKING
Georgia Major Industries and Named After Agriculture (i.e. SUGAR)
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