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13 Colonies Study

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The first successful settlement by colonists in the early 1600s... Jamestown Settlement
The first settlers came to America to look for gold
What is the last name of the man who became the leader of Jamestown in 1608? Captain John ______________ Smith
Captain John Smith believed, "He that will not work, shall not ______. eat
Captain John Smith made friends with the _______ Native Americans
What crop (besides corn) helped the Jamestown Settlement make money, grow, and survive? tobacco
Each community chose 2 burgesses to meet and make ______ for the colonists to follow. laws
The burgesses gave women the right to own______ property
A government in which people have a say in their laws is called a _______ democracy
What are the people called who make a trip for religious reasons? Pilgrims
What is the name of the ship that brought over the people to the Plymouth Colonies? Mayflower
The Mayflower __________ was a written agreement that said Pilgrims would work together for everyone's good. Compact
What is the name of the Native American that taught the pilgrims how to grow corn? Squanto
The celebration held by Indians and Pilgrims to celebrate and give thanks was known as The First ______ Thanksgiving
Who boarded ships in 1630 to sail to Massachusetts for religious freedom? Puritans
The Puritans did not allow other people freedom of ___________. Religion
How many original colonies were there? Thirteen
The colonies were ruled by Great _______ Britain
William __________ was the colonist who founded Pennsylvania. Penn
The large farms in the South were called _______ plantations
_________ were African Americans forced to work on the plantations for little or not pay. Slaves
Only white _____ who owned land could vote in town meetings men
The three Colonial REGIONS are New England, Middle, and Southern
New England Colonies were... New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut
Middle Colonies were.... New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware
Southern Colonies were.... Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
Pennsylvania means "Penns _________"? Woods
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