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1 Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…

2 Chapter 7: The Southern Colonies Maryland and Virginia The Carolinas and Georgia Native Americans AfricansThe Economy

3 Topic 1: 200 Question: The Calverts (Lord Baltimore) founded this colony. Answer Maryland

4 Topic 1: 400 Question: Maryland passed this act that allowed religious freedom in the colony. Answer The Toleration Act

5 Topic 1: 600 Question: Name the important port city in Maryland Answer Baltimore

6 Topic 1: 800 Question: Name the important port city in Virginia Answer Norfolk

7 Topic 1: 1000 Question: This was the largest English colony in North America during the 1700’s Answer Virginia

8 Topic 2: 200 Question: This person founded Georgia. Answer James Oglethorpe

9 Topic 2: 400 Question: This was the important part city in North Carolina. Answer Wilmington

10 Topic 2: 600 Question: This was the important port city in South Carolina Answer Charles Town

11 Topic 2: 800 Question: The original Carolina colony stretched from ____________ to ____________ Answer Virginia to Spanish Florida

12 Topic 2: 1000 Question: This was the important port city in Georgia. Answer Savannah

13 Topic 3: 200 Question: Colonists traveled The Great Wagon Road to this area when they expanded west. Answer Piedmont

14 Topic 3: 400 Question: Give two causes of conflict between the Native Americans and the colonists. Answer Colonists pushed Native Americans off their own land. Villages were attacked Some Native Americans were enslaved. Europeans carried diseases that killed some Native Americans.

15 Topic 3: 600 Question: This is the term used to describe the land beyond or “in back of” the area settled by Europeans. Answer Backcountry

16 Topic 3: 800 Question: This was the name of the conflict between Native Americans and Europeans that lasted from Answer Tuscarora War

17 Topic 3: 1000 Question: Some Native Americans were captured and sent here to work on sugarcane plantations. Answer West Indies

18 Topic 4: 200 Question: The main job of enslaved Africans. Answer Plantation workers

19 Topic 4: 400 Question: Name two ways enslaved Africans rebelled. Answer Broke tools Pretended to be sick Worked slowly

20 Topic 4: 600 Question: Name two ways Africans kept their culture alive. Answer Telling stories Singing songs Practicing/holding Christianity dear to their hearts.

21 Topic 4: 800 Question: This was the location of the first settlement for free Africans. Answer Spanish Florida (Fort Mose)

22 Topic 4: 1000 Question: This term was used to describe Africans who dressed like the Seminole and learned their language. Answer Black Seminoles

23 Topic 5: 200 Question: This cash crop was grown mostly in the northern part of the southern colonies. It didn’t grow well in wet areas. Answer tobacco

24 Topic 5: 400 Question: This cash crop was grown in the southern part of the south colonies. It didn’t grow well in dry areas. Answer Rice

25 Topic 5: 600 Question: This cash crop was developed by Eliza Pinkney and grown mainly in South Carolina. Answer indigo

26 Topic 5: 800 Question: Farmers used these people to help them sell their crops. Answer brokers

27 Topic 5: 1000 Question: For which industry did Baltimore, Maryland become widely known for. Answer shipbuilding

28 Final Jeopardy Question: When did William Penn found his colony? Answer 1681


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