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Founding Founded by Roger Williams 1636 Founded for free religion
Important People Anne Hutchinson Banned from Massachusetts Helped spread religious freedom Was hospitable to the sick
Religion Free religion colony Former Puritans came for religious freedom Lots of different religion in the colony
Economy, Geography, & Climate Economy: fished, whaled, traded fur, sugar industry, & they were ship makers Geography: coastal colony, rocky soil, & lush forests Climate: mild short summers, long cold winters
Natural Resources Lumber Fish, whales, water Sugar
Interesting Facts Smallest colony Named after the original Dutch named Red-Island
Questions 1. Chris’s: what year was Rhode Island founded? 2. Justin’s: who founded Rhode Island
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Role of Geography in the 13 Colonies mountains plains RIVERsRIVERs oceans Natural resources coastlines Temperature and climate Soil quality Length of Growing.
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Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
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