Social Studies: Thirteen Colonies

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Holy Experiment

Middle, Pennsylvania

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Along tidal river

New England, Connecticut

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Retired soldiers

South, Georgia

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Self-government

General Court- New England, Massachusetts Bay Colony Fundamental Orders- New England, Connecticut (First written) Mayflower Compact-New England Massachusetts Frame of Government-Middle, Pennsylvania House of Burgesses-South, Virginia

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Thomas Hooker

New England, Connecticut

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8 Proprietors here

South, Carolina

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No slaves, no drinking, strict rules, grew slow

South, Georgia

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Oath of Allegiance

Middle, New York

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trial for heresy, forced to flee

New England, Rhode Island

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land locked

Middle, Pennsylvania

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refuge for Catholics

South, Maryland

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small farms, short growing seasons, fishing whaling, trade

New England

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James Oglethrope

South, Georgia

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Calvert (Lord Baltimore) charter

South, Maryland

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didn't serve in the military or swear allegiance to king

Middle, Pennsylvania

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Middle Colonies

New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware

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Southern Colonies

Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia

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New England Colonies

Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire

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squatters

South, North Carolina

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Roger Williams

New England, Rhode Island

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William Bradford

New England, Massachusetts

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Carteret

Middle, New Jersey

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Peter Minuit

Middle, New York/ New Netherlands

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J. Rolfe

South, Virginia

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Peg leg

Middle, New York

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mixture colonies

Middle

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silkworms for silk

South, Georgia

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named for an isle near France/Eng. Channel

Middle, New Jersey

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named for island in Aegean Sea near Med. Sea

New England, Rhode Island

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Breadbasket colonies

Middle

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church center of town, dominated by religion

New England, Massachusetts

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Quakers

Middle, Pennsylvania

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Pilgrims, Puritans

New England, Massachusetts

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slow winding rivers, gently rolling hills, longest growing seasons

South

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tobacco first planted here

South, Virginia

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named Queen Henrietta Maria

South, Maryland

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De la Warr

Middle, Delaware

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Latin for woods

Middle, Pennsylvania

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John Winthrop governed it, strongly religious

New England, Massachusetts Bay

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Gorges and Mason

New England, New Hampshire

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Named for Charles

South, Carolina

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Spillover over colonies

Maine, New Hampshire

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trade, commerce, later religious freedom, east/west

Middle, New Jersey

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Kids were turning Dutch so you came here

New England, Massachusetts

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disliked Roman Catholic Church

New England Massachusetts

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City of Brotherly Love

Middle, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

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shellfish, crab cakes, tobacco, iron, fishing

South, Maryland

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named for Elizabeth l

South, Virginia

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Fort Christina , New Sweden

Middle, Delaware

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Thanksgiving was here

New England, Massachusetts

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Gorges helped found it

New England, New Hampshire

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Berkeley

Middle, New Jersey

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cash crops, mining, trade, commerce, grains

Middle

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poor rocky soil, fast moving rivers, coldest winters

New England

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Act of Toleration

South, Maryland

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only 500 acres

South, Georgia

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Patroons

Middle, New York

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true religious freedom, bought land from Natives

New England, Rhode Island

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Alden and Standish went here

New England, Massachusetts

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1st synagogue

New England, Rhode Island

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Treated Native Americans well

Middle, Pennsylvania

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debtors haven

South, Georgia

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solution to landlocked

Middle, Delaware

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most diverse population, moderate winters, good rivers

Middle

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largest plantations, dependent on slavery, social elite, rice, indigo

South

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Near Great Hill

New England, Massachusetts

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married young, indentured servants, apprentices

Middle

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Divided in North and South

South, Carolina

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used as protection from South (Spain)

South, Georgia

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Charleston

South, South Carolina

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Wilmington

South, North Carolina

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Boston

New England, Massachusetts

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Providence

New England, Rhode Island

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Hartford and New Haven

New England, Connecticut

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Perth Amboy, Elizabeth, Trent's Town

Middle, New Jersey

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Fort Orange, New Amsterdam, Albany

Middle, New York

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Portsmouth, Exeter

New England, New Hampshire

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Dover

Middle, Delaware

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named by Verrazano

New England, Rhode Island

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Jamestown

South, Virginia

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Merrimac River

New England, New Hampshire

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Potomac River

South, Maryland

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Savannah River

South, Georgia

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Delaware River

Middle, Pennsylvania, New Jersey

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Hudson River

Middle, New York

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Connecticut River

New England, New Hampshire

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Anne Hutchinson

New England, Rhode Island

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Savannah

South, Georgia

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Baltimore

South, Maryland

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Massachusetts

Puritans wanted religious freedom

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Connecticut

government was governed improperly in Mass.

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Rhode Island

religious freedom, Indians should be paid for land, separation of church and state

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New Hampshire

outgrowth of Mass.

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New York

Dutch was unhappy with their governor

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New Jersey

taken form Dutch

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Pennsylvania

religious freedom for Quakers

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Delaware

solution to being landlocked

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Virginia

wanted protection from Natives

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Maryland

refuge for Roman Catholics

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Carolina

to give noble tittle to people

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