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When was Jamestown founded? 1607
Who founded the colony of Pennsylvania? William Penn
List the 3 sections of the 13 colonies… New England Colonies Middle Colonies Southern Colonies
List the New England Colonies… New Hampshire Massachusetts Connecticut Rhode Island Plus later the states of Maine & Vermont New Hampsters Massacre Connecticut Rodents
List the Southern Colonies… Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Mary Virginia Never Studies Geography
List the Middle Colonies… New York Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware New Penns New Dells
Who founded the colony of Georgia? James Oglethorpe
Thomas Hooker & the Puritans wrote the first constitution in the colonies… Name the constitution? Fundamental Orders of Connecticut FoofConn !
What was the name of the Pilgrims ship? The Mayflower
In what colony did the Pilgrims land? Massachusetts
Name the first representative assembly in the colonies… Virginia House of Burgesses
Name the document signed by the men on the Mayflower… The Mayflower Compact
Which colonial religious group helped the Indians? The Quakers
Which section of the colonies used slave labor on plantations to grow tobacco, rice, sugar, and indigo? The Southern Colonies
Which section of colonies grew grains like wheat,rye,and oats. They were called the breadbasket colonies… The Middle Colonies
Which group of colonies fished, built ships, traded, and mainly Puritans? The New England Colonies
What series of British laws required the colonists to sell products only to England? The Navigation Acts
Name the time of religious revival during the colonial times… The Great Awakening
What document from 1215 limited the English King’s power and allowed trial by jury? The Magna Carta
What nation won the French and Indian War? Great Britain ( England)
Which Virginia colonist saved the settlement (Jamestown) by making everyone work? John Smith
Which colonist created a money making product for Virginia? (tobacco) John Rolfe
Which Pennsylvania colonist was a printer, scientist, inventor, & politician? Benjamin Franklin
What movement emphasized logical thinking and science? The Enlightenment
What ocean lies to the east of the 13 colonies? Atlantic Ocean
What mountain range was the western border of the 13 colonies? The Appalachian Mountains
What nation lies to the north of the United States? Canada
What nation lies to the south of the United States? Mexico
What river flows from Minnesota to Louisiana and empties into the Gulf of Mexico? The Mississippi River
What western mountain range stretches from Canada to Mexico ? The Rocky Mountains
What English document protected rights for English citizens & was the basis for the U.S. Bill of Rights? The English Bill of Rights
What economic system depended on colonies sending raw materials to Europe which could be sold to bring in gold? Mercantilism This will help convince the colonies to break away from England
What economic system used private business to make a profit, the government stays out! The Free Enterprise System
Unit 1 Test Review Colonization Era. New England Colonies Connecticut – Why? Freedom of Religion – Who? Puritans New Hampshire – Why? Freedom of Religion.
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Geography.
In what year was Jamestown founded? Puritans and Pilgrims settled in this region… NEW ENGLAND COLONIES.
Mr. Violanti Fall, John Locke: Philosopher, Natural Rights (L,L,P) Montesquieu: Separation of Powers, 3 branch Rousseau: Social Contract Voltaire:
Turn your Colonies Flip Book over to the back. Using your pencil, divide the back into four equal squares.
The Original 13 Colonies Life and Work in the Colonies.
Colonies Review. Thirteen Colonies Colonies established by the English broken up into 3 sections New England- Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut,
What region was known for its whalers?. New England.
Hilly land, rocky soil, and a jagged coastline. Dense forests. Summers were mild and the winters were cold.
First Semester Review. What year was the first permanent English settlement established?
CBA #1 Review ExplorationColonial America PeopleAmerican Revolution Misc
The Settlement of the Original 13 English Colonies.
Chapter 3 The Road to Revolution. The Southern Colonies Jamestown – the first permanent English settlement in America Founded in 1607 on the James River.
Key People and Terms Unit 2 Mix Middle & New England Colonies
Life in the English Colonies Things I Need to Know.
13 Colonies: Early America Do Now: Complete the map of the 13 colonies without your textbook or planner. When finished answer the following question: -Why.
Ch 3 13 English Colonies $100 Who settled there? Salem Witch Trials Vocabulary Location Random $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300.
30 pt5 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Jamestown Plymouth & New England Middle.
Unit 2 Colonial America to the French and Indian War.
13 Colonies New England, Middle, Southern 13 Colonies Along which ocean are these colonies located? What natural boundary is to the west of the colonies?
REVIEW OF COLONIALISM Unit 1: Government, Citizenship, and American Revolution Notes.
13 Colonies Chapter 2, Section 2 and 3. England’s Influence in America 1600 and 1700s England established colonies in America Colony- group of people.
THE GROWTH OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIES Colonies Grow and Develop Differently There were 13 colonies. There were 13 colonies. They are along the.
NEW ENGLAND COLONIES. NEW HAMPSHIRE Date: 1620, 1638 Reason: Profit from fishing and trade, religious freedom Founder(s): John Mason, John Wheelright.
Colonial History Geographic diversity and the political, economic, social life of the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies.
13 Colonies Jeopardy Random 1 Random 2 Name That Colony Random 3 Random 4 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
Thirteen Original Colonies By Nick Fleming Andrew Hardin and Alex Fultz.
Name That Colony. Which Colony was lead by the Virginia Company of London? Virginia.
“No Taxation without representation”. Focus Questions: What motivated English Colonization? What motivated English Colonization? To what extent does geography.
A major historical era in U.S. History. The first English colonies were along the Atlantic coast. The Appalachian Mountains to the west served as the.
New England Colonies. Connecticut Founded: 1636 by Thomas Hooker Reason for Founding: believed government should be based on free consent Economy: small.
Unit 3 Part II The American Colonies. What is a colony? A group of people in one place who are ruled by a parent country elsewhere.
Magna Carta Limits the power of the King John in 1215.
Explain Unalienable Rights, Social Contract, and Separation of Powers John Locke Unalienable Rights And Social Contract Charles Montesquieu Separation.
3 Sections of the 13 Colonies New England New England Middle Middle Southern Southern Backcountry Backcountry.
What is the cornerstone of English justice and was signed in 1215 by King John?
Colony: Quick info! Archer Georgia – Southern Colony Founder: James Oglethorpe Reason Founded: Social & Political Background: Georgia is known.
America’s Beginnings. Columbus Sails the Ocean Blue Christopher Columbus was a Portuguese sailor sailing for Spain. He was not actually looking for any.
Thirteen Colonies. New England Colonies 1. Massachusetts Connecticut Rhode Island New Hampshire 1638.
The 13 Colonies Who & why they were settled. New England Massachusetts Settled for Religious Freedom by the Pilgrims. Founders: John Winthrop, William.
CH 3 Starting the 13 colonies. New England Colonies Long, cold winters and short growing season made farming difficult.
Colonial Problems. Table of Contents Questions Conquering Native Americans Colonial Life Colonial Economies Colonial Governments Summary.
Reviewing in Colonial Notes packet Pages 18,19,23,26.
Day 2: Name the Colony. On a sheet of paper, write 3-5 significant key words that help you reach your answer (Teachers please note key words may vary.
Objective To learn the history of the 13 Colonies.
Colonial Regions Environment, Culture, and Migration.
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