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1 3 Sections of the 13 Colonies New England New England Middle Middle Southern Southern Backcountry Backcountry

2 New England Colonies New Hampshire Massachusetts Connecticut Rhode Island Maine (part of Massachusetts & Vermont Claimed By New York

3 1. Choose the four New England Colonies A. New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Maine A. New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Maine B. New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island B. New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island C. New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts C. New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, and Massachusetts D. New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts D. New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts

4 New England Settled For Religious Freedom ! Pilgrims: at Plymouth Pilgrims: at Plymouth Puritans : at Massachusetts Bay Puritans : at Massachusetts Bay

5 2. Which two groups settled New England? A. Pilgrims and Quakers A. Pilgrims and Quakers B. Pilgrims and Puritans B. Pilgrims and Puritans C. Pilgrims and Catholics C. Pilgrims and Catholics D. Puritans and Protestants D. Puritans and Protestants

6 The New England Way Puritans wanted to live their lives a special way… Puritans wanted to live their lives a special way… * duty to God & country * duty to God & country * honesty * honesty * hard work * hard work * Godliness * Godliness

7 3. Which of the following wasn’t a Puritan “ way”? A. Fighting a war for the nation A. Fighting a war for the nation B. Worshipping on Sunday C. Doing a good job at work D. Lying about a neighbor

8 Dissenters ! ( people who disagreed with the Puritans) Roger Williams Started Rhode Island Roger Williams Started Rhode Island * no forced church * no forced church * pay Indians for land * pay Indians for land * separate church from the state * separate church from the state

9 Dissenters ! ( people who disagreed with the Puritans Anne Hutchinson Anne Hutchinson * lead Bible discussions at home * lead Bible discussions at home Believed ministers, churches, and the Bible weren’t required for worship Believed ministers, churches, and the Bible weren’t required for worship Put on trial and banished for her CRIME Put on trial and banished for her CRIME Helped give us religious freedom ! Helped give us religious freedom !

10 4. Who were the two dissenters in New England? A. Roger Miller and Ann Smith A. Roger Miller and Ann Smith B. Roger Hutchinson and Ann Williams B. Roger Hutchinson and Ann Williams C. Roger Williams and Ann Hutchinson C. Roger Williams and Ann Hutchinson D. Roger Ann and William Hutchinson D. Roger Ann and William Hutchinson

11 Thomas Hooker Founds Connecticut Colony Opposed requiring Opposed requiring Church membership in order to vote So he and his church So he and his church members started Connecticut They got permission They got permission and wrote a constitution: * The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

12 5. What was the name of Connecticut’s constitution? A. Mayflower Compact A. Mayflower Compact B. House of Burgesses B. House of Burgesses C. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut C. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut D. U.S. Constitution D. U.S. Constitution

13 Charter Colonies Charter – written permission to found a colony Charter – written permission to found a colony Connecticut and Rhode Island were examples of Charter Connecticut and Rhode Island were examples of CharterColonies

14 6. What document is written permission to start a colony? A. charter A. charter B. Mayflower Compact B. Mayflower Compact C. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut C. Fundamental Orders of Connecticut D. House of Burgesses D. House of Burgesses

15 Middle Colonies New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware Vermont Wasn’t a Colony … It was claimed By New York

16 New York Colony Started by Holland (the Dutch people) Started by Holland (the Dutch people) and called New Netherland English took it over and renamed it English took it over and renamed it New York

17 7. What nation originally controlled New York? A. England A. England B. Holland B. Holland C. Spain C. Spain D. France D. France

18 New Jersey Colony It was a proprietary colony (owned by individual people It was a proprietary colony (owned by individual people Founders Lord John Founders Lord John Berkeley and Sir George Carteret

19 8. What is a proprietary colony? A. one owned by individuals A. one owned by individuals B. one owned by the king B. one owned by the king C. One granted a charter C. One granted a charter D. all of the above D. all of the above

20 Pennsylvania & Delaware Founded by William Penn as a refuge for the Quakers Founded by William Penn as a refuge for the Quakers Delaware given its own colony by Penn Delaware given its own colony by Penn

21 Southern Colonies Maryland Maryland Virginia Virginia North Carolina North Carolina South Carolina South Carolina Georgia Georgia

22 9. Which of these isn’t a Southern Colony? A. Virginia A. Virginia B. New Jersey B. New Jersey C. Georgia C. Georgia D. Maryland D. Maryland

23 Virginia Colony Founded by The Virginia Company Founded by The Virginia Company John Smith and colonists create 1 st colony in 1607 John Smith and colonists create 1 st colony in 1607 Tobacco leads to slavery Tobacco leads to slavery

24 10. What year was Virginia founded? A A B B C C D D. 1803

25 Maryland Colony Lord Baltimore (George Calvert) founded the colony as a refuge (safe place) for Catholics Lord Baltimore (George Calvert) founded the colony as a refuge (safe place) for Catholics Passed the Act of Toleration – gives religious freedom to all groups in Maryland Passed the Act of Toleration – gives religious freedom to all groups in Maryland

26 11. What colony was started for Catholics? A. Maryland A. Maryland B. Virginia B. Virginia C. New Jersey C. New Jersey D. Pennsylvania D. Pennsylvania

27 North & South Carolina North Carolina’s climate was better for tobacco North Carolina’s climate was better for tobacco South Carolina’s climate was better for rice South Carolina’s climate was better for rice So the Carolinas were split apart into N & S So the Carolinas were split apart into N & S

28 Georgia Colony James Oglethorpe founded the colony James Oglethorpe founded the colony Refuge for debtors Refuge for debtors (people in jail for debt) * Protect Georgia from Spanish attacks

29 12. What colony was started as a refuge for debtors? A. North Carolina A. North Carolina B. Virginia B. Virginia C. Rhode Island C. Rhode Island D. Georgia D. Georgia

30 “The Backcountry” Area between Appalachian Mountains and the Area between Appalachian Mountains and thetidewater Lots of Indians, trappers, and pioneers Lots of Indians, trappers, and pioneers Cattle and hogs Cattle and hogs

31 13. During colonial times what area was located near the Appalachian Mountains? A. Up Country A. Up Country B. Side Country B. Side Country C. Down Country C. Down Country D. Backcountry D. Backcountry

32 14. What are the three sections of the colonies? A. New England, Northern, and Western A. New England, Northern, and Western B. New England, Middle, and Western B. New England, Middle, and Western C. New England, Middle, and Southern C. New England, Middle, and Southern D. Northern, Middle, and Southern D. Northern, Middle, and Southern


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