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People Who Settled Where? Early Settlements Making a Living Goulash The New Life
Spains military headquarters in North America
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A Louisiana town that became the colonys capital
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Formerly called New Amsterdam
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A southern colony first settled by debtors
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Founded by the Calverts as a refuge for Catholics
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Large, self-sufficient ranches in the Spanish borderlands
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Nickname of the middle colonies, for raising so much wheat
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Food crop that helped South Carolina to prosper
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Atlantic Ocean shipping routes linking Britain, Africa, and the colonies
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Any crop raised to be sold to others
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There were 21 of these religious communities in California alone.
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New Englanders worshipped and voted in this building.
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An agreement by those on the Mayflower to make and obey laws for their colony. This was the first example of self-rule by American Colonists.
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A person who agreed to work without pay for a certain time
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After age 12, they were taught only to read and sew with their needle.
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French explorers who hoped the Mississippi River was the Northwest Passage
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He claimed the Mississippi River valley for France.
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He created a refuge for Quakers and others in Penns Woods.
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She cultivated award-winning indigo plants and managed three plantations.
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A Franciscan priest who helped establish Californias missions
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They were told to pack 74 pounds of bacon, a sea cape, and a wimble.
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Those who lived in the missions who met both the plow and the lash.
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New England militias drilled there every year.
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A main town in southern colonies
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Student who learned a job from a skilled worker
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The first permanent settlement in the New World. Spanish settled there in what is now the state of Florida.
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Jamestown and Plymouth were two of this countrys earliest settlements.
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The Dutch began this settlement in what is now a city known around the world.
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Quebec was settled by immigrants from this nation. (Even today the language of the original settlers is spoken by many of the residents.)
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Of Spain, France, and Great Britain, by 1750, this nation had control of the smallest amount of land in what is now the United States of America.
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Social Studies Chapter 4: Building the First Colonies.
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