13 The Duke of York, gave the province of New Jersey to his friends, Sir George Carteret and Lord John Berkeley in Settlers in New Jersey were promised large land grants and religious freedom.
14 The original provinces of West and East New Jersey are shown in yellow and green respectively. The Keith line is shown in red, and the Coxe and Barclay line is shown in orange. The wedge at the top is the territory at the disputed New Jersey / New York border
15 William Penn, a Quaker, was given a large piece of land in America by Charles II in order to repay a debt. This piece of land came to be called Pennsylvania, and was a place where Quakers and non-Quakers alike could live according to their beliefs.
19 Having been granted their own assembly in 1704 by Penn, Delaware eventually separated from Pennsylvania.
20 The area now known as "Delaware" had no official name before 1776; it was administered by the proprietors of Pennsylvania as part of their jurisdiction, even though it had a separate local assembly and courts.
22 The______, founded the colony of ______ in what is now New York. 1) West Indian Company, New Jersey2) Pennsylvania Dutch, New Netherland3) Dutch West India Company, New Netherland4) Dutch East India Company, New York
23 The Dutch colony of New Netherland was renamed ______. 1) New York2) New Jersey3) Baltimore4) Delaware
24 The Duke of York, gave the province of ______ to his friends, Sir George Carteret and Lord John Berkeley in 1664.1) Delaware2) New Jersey3) Baltimore4) Newark
25 ______ was given a large piece of land in America by Charles II ______ was given a large piece of land in America by Charles II. This piece of land came to be called ______.1) Lord Baltimore, Charleston2) William Penn, Pennsylvania3) Lord Baltimore, Baltimore4) The Duke of York, New York
26 William Penn was a ______ by religion. 1) Puritan2) Presbyterian3) Quaker4) Baptist
27 Having been granted their own assembly in 1704, ______ eventually separated from Pennsylvania. 1) Baltimore2) New York3) the Carolinas4) Delaware
38 By the early 1700s, there were 13 English colonies along the eastern coast of North America.
39 In 1775, the British claimed authority over the red and pink areas on this map and Spain ruled the orange. The red area is the area of the 13 colonies open to settlement after the Proclamation of 1763.
41 ______ established ______ in 1632 for Roman Catholics fleeing persecution in England. 1) Lord Baltimore, Rhode Island2) Lord Byron, Maryland3) James Oglethorpe, Rhode Island4) Lord Baltimore, Maryland
42 In 1663, ______was founded as a colony In 1663, ______was founded as a colony. The colony was later divided into North and South.1) Carolina2) Carolus3) Carrollton4) Carrollsberg
43 In 1732 ______ founded ______ as a refuge for debtors. 1) James Oglethorpe, Maryland2) John Oglethorpe, Maryland3) James Madison, Georgia4) James Oglethorpe, Georgia
44 By the early 1700s, there were ______ English colonies along the eastern coast of North America. 1) 102) 153) 134) 12