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This was the first English colony, sometimes referred to as “The Lost Colony.”
What is Roanoke Island?
This was an English colony that possessed self- government. Settlers dug wells for water and farmed the land to survive here.
What was Jamestown?
These were some motivations for England to found colonies.
What was to find gold, other resources, and gain land?
This English hero raided Spanish ships angering the Spanish. He was referred to as “The Master Thief.”
Who was Francis Drake?
Tobacco was The Virginia Company’s first crop they grew for a profit, which is known as this.
What is a cash crop?
This was a waterway that was believed to cut through North America, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
What was the Northwest Passage?
These 2 French colonies were founded while searching for the Northwest Passage.
What are Quebec and Montreal?
This waterway was claimed by the Dutch while searching for the Northwest Passage.
What is the Hudson River?
DAILY DOUBLE!! Name 3 waterways (rivers) discussed in Chapter 5 that were believed to be the Northwest Passage.
What are the Hudson River, the Mississippi River, and the St. Lawrence River?
The trading of this material brought huge profits to the French, allowing Quebec to grow and succeed.
What is beaver fur?
This group of people left their homeland aboard the Mayflower to practice religious beliefs.
Who were the Pilgrims?
This colony was founded by the Pilgrims after being blown off course by a storm enroute to Virginia.
What is Plymouth?
This group of Native Americans helped the Pilgrims survive at the Plymouth Colony.
Who are the Wampanoag?
This group learned from the hardships of early settlers and sent a group of colonists earlier than others to get their colony started.
Who were the Puritans?
DAILY DOUBLE!! These were 3 difficulties faced by the Pilgrims at the Plymouth Colony.
What were harsh winters, disease, and hunger?
This is the main reason the New England colonies were formed.
What is due to religious beliefs?
This group of colonies has the longest growing season.
What are the Southern Colonies?
These 2 groups of the colonies started because King Charles II gave away large plots of land.
What are the Middle and Southern Colonies?
These are the 4 New England Colonies.
What are New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island?
These are the 5 Southern Colonies.
What are Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia?
The “first” Thanksgiving between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Native Americans took place at Plymouth in this year.
What was 1621?
When the Puritans came to North America, they began this colony, only allowing Puritans to settle there.
What was the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
These were 2 reasons that King George II gave James Oglethorpe a charter to begin the Georgia colony.
What were to allow debtors to work off their debt and to protect the other colonies from Spanish attack?
These are the 4 Middle Colonies.
What are New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware?
These were the 2 main Puritan Beliefs in their new colony.
What were they wanted to: (1) “purify” (reform) the Church of England, and (2) force those that did not follow Puritan beliefs to leave the colony?
Name That Colony. Which Colony was lead by the Virginia Company of London? Virginia.
The Thirteen English Colonies There are 3 regions.
Colony Review The Thirteen English Colonies. Virginia Founding of Jamestown (1607) Joint-stock London Company Charter from King James I Too many “gentlemen”
England’s beginning of a new colony in North America Many reasons for England wanting to start a new colony They wanted to find _________ If they could.
Chapter 5: the struggle to found colonies
The English Establish 13 Colonies Mrs. Kercher.
The Thirteen Colonies Adapted from Vacaville Unified School District Regina Rosenzweig, Kate Wyffels, Nancy Riebeek A Big Book of History.
SSUSH1 - The student will describe European settlement in North America during the 17th century c. Explain the development of the mid-Atlantic colonies;
Colonization Timeline Puzzle Pages _____ Directions: Use the clues to add dates to the puzzle cards. Cut and paste the cards on construction paper in relative,
Created by Mrs. Erickson The 13 Colonies $100 Early Colonies New England Colonies Middle Colonies Southern Colonies Geography $200 $300 $400 $500 $100.
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CH 3 Starting the 13 colonies. New England Colonies Long, cold winters and short growing season made farming difficult.
THIS IS With Host... Your Name that Vocab Word Give a Definition Birth of North America French/Dutch/ Pilgrims 13 Colonies All.
Ch 3, Sec 1-2: Early English Settlements and the New England Colonies.
E. Napp. In 1494, Spain and Portugal divided the lands Columbus had discovered between themselves [The Treaty of Tordesillas]. Conquistadores followed.
The American Colonies. Jamestown, VA May 13, 1607: Arrival of 104 Male Settlers.
The English Colonies of America CHAPTER English Colonies By 1733, there were 13 British colonies along the Atlantic coastline. These are grouped.
English Colonization Part II
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