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1 The Thirteen Original Colonies-HISTORY Grade Levels: 7-10 Click to start!!

2  Province of Massachusetts Bay Province of Massachusetts Bay  Province of New Hampshire Province of New Hampshire  Colony of Rhode Island Colony of Rhode Island  Colony of Connecticut Colony of Connecticut  Province of New York Province of New York  Province of New Jersey Province of New Jersey  Province of Pennsylvania Province of Pennsylvania  Delaware Colony Delaware Colony  Province of Maryland Province of Maryland  Colony and Dominion of Virginia Colony and Dominion of Virginia  Province of North Carolina Province of North Carolina  Province of South Carolina Province of South Carolina  Province of Georgia Province of Georgia Click on the flag to go to your quiz!

3  Chartered October 7,1691  First settled by Puritan Pilgrims in 1620  King Phillip’s War  Salem Witch Trials  Famous People from the Colony  John Adams  Paul Revere  John Hancock Click on the picture to go back.

4  Charter enacted on May 14, 1692  Permanent English settlement began in 1622  Unlike some colonies, religious participation was not required to be able to vote. Click on the picture to go back.

5  Colony founded by Roger Williams  Williams was originally from Massachusetts, but was banished after a religious difference.  1660, Rhode Island becomes a colony for Religious freedom.  1 st of the 13 colonies to renounce allegiance to the British Crown. Click on the picture to go back.

6  Originally colonized by the Dutch, but later taken over by the English after the Dutch left.  Established as a haven for Puritan noblemen.  Scene of the bloody Pequot War. Click on the picture to go back.

7  Surrendered to the English by the Dutch in  Immediately renamed after James, Duke of York, who owned the Charter.  Economy heavily relied on the success of the fur trade. Click on the picture to go back.

8  First colonized by the Dutch, however control was given over to the English in 1664 after the surrender of Fort Amsterdam.  Dutch briefly regained control in  Originally 2 colonies (East and West Jersey). Unified in Click on the picture to go back.

9  Founded by William Penn in  Pennsylvania translates to “Penn’s Woods”  1 st colony to abolish slavery  Founded as a religiously free colony.  Stemming from Quaker roots of the founders.  Philadelphia-site of the continental congresses and the signing of the Declaration of Independence  Famous Pennsylvanians:  Thomas Paine  Ben Franklin Click on the picture to go back.

10  Was never legally a separate colony  Was a lower region of Pennsylvania Province.  First settled by the Dutch, then the Swedes, but later conquered by the English in  Became a melting pot of Swedes, Finns, English and Dutch. Click on the picture to go back.

11  Province began as a proprietary haven for English Catholics under the control of Lord Baltimore.  In the mid-1600s, there was a time of upheaval, and Protestant revolt that went along with the English Civil War.  1700s-Plantation based economy  Cash Crop: Tobacco Click on the picture to go back.

12  Oldest English colony in North America.  First explored by Sir Walter Raleigh in1584  First settlement: Jamestown 1607  Given the nickname of “Old Dominion” for the colony’s loyalty to the crown during the English Civil War. Click on the picture to go back.

13  Originally began as one Carolina colony in  Differed so much from the southern part of the colony that it was divided into North and South in  Colony encompassed not only North Carolina, but Tennessee too. Click on the picture to go back.

14  Carolina colony was initially named for King Charles II of England.  Yamanese War ravaged the backwoods South Carolina ( ).  This led to the end of Proprietary Rule in SC Click on the picture to go back.

15  Charter granted to James Oglethorpe as a haven for the Colonies debtors  Named after King George II  Served as a buffer colony between the English colonies, and Spanish owned Florida  Also served as a garrison province that was prepared to defend a Spanish attack. Click on the picture to go back.

16  Question #1 Question #1  Question #2 Question #2  Question #3 Question #3  Question #4 Question #4 Answer these 4 questions, and you shall be finished.

17  This colony was named after King George II in 1733  Georgia Georgia  Pennsylvania Pennsylvania  North Carolina North Carolina Back to Quiz Page

18  Correct!  Georgia was named after King George II in Click on King George to go back to the Quiz Page.

19  Pennsylvania was named after William Penn, and translates to “Penn’s Woods.” Click on William Penn to go back and try again.

20  Carolina was named after King Charles II. Click on King Charles II to go back and try again.

21  This colony was originally established to be a safe haven for English Catholics.  Massachusetts Bay Massachusetts Bay  Florida Florida  Maryland Maryland Click to go back to Quiz Page.

22  Massachusetts Bay colony was formed by Puritans. Click on the Puritans to go back and try again.

23  Sorry, Florida was a colony of Spain. Click on the Spanish flag to go back and try again.

24  Maryland was initially formed by Lord Baltimore as a colony designed to be a safe haven for English Catholics. Click on Lord Baltimore to go back to the Quiz Page.

25  True or False: Pennsylvania was founded by Quakers who established a settlement in Philadelphia, which means “The City of Brotherly Love.”  True True  False False Click to go back to Quiz Page

26  Pennsylvania was founded by Quakers, and Philadelphia means “The City of Brotherly Love.” Click on the Philly skyline to go back to the Quiz Page.

27  Try Again…… Click on the PA flag to try again.

28  This colony was formed by Roger Williams, who was exiled because of his outspoken religious views.  New York New York  New Hampshire New Hampshire  Rhode Island Rhode Island

29  New York was originally formed by the Dutch. Click on New York City’s flag to try again.

30  New Hampshire was not formed by Roger Williams in Click on the New Hampshire countryside to try again.

31  Rhode Island was formed by Roger Williams in Click on Roger Williams to end the lesson.

32  YOU HAVE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED THE POWERPOINT LESSON!!! Click on the picture to go back to the beginning.


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