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Colonial Immigrants

Flashcard for Immigrants who came to new Colony of Carolina

When we moved to Carolina, we started sugar and rice plantations. We helped to make Carolina one of the richest colonies English from Barbados
We came to Carolina because we wanted to religious freedom. Once we got here, we started a synagogue in Charleston that is still around today European Jews
We started the SC society. It helped the poor and started schools. It is still around today. French Huguenots
We came to Carolina in family groups. Once we got here, we always built a church first, then our town around out church Scots-Irish
We are known as the “breadbasket of Carolina.” We moved to the Upcountry once we arrived. Germans
Why were the Lord’s Proprietors given land from the King? It was a repayment of debt
What document did the Lord’s Proprietors write? Fundamental Constitution
What was the first permanent settlement in Carolina Charleston
The Colonists stopped in this country to get supplies: Barbados
This Lord’s Proprietor wrote the Fundamental Constitution with the help of a secretary (he also has two rivers in Charleston named after him Anthony Ashley Cooper
What were the laws of the Fundamental Constitution: Free Land, Freedom of Religion, A chance to move up in society, A voice in government
Created by: dknight2
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