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Unit 2 Colonial America to the French and Indian War
Section 1: 13 BRITISH COLONIES
New England Colonies Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut New Hampshire forward
Section 1 – British Colonies Puritans N.E.
John Winthrop N.E.
Section 1 – British Colonies Massachusetts Bay Colony reform Great Migration N.E.
Roger Williams N.E.
Section 1 – British Colonies separate toleration N.E.
Thomas Hooker N.E.
Section 1 – British Colonies limiting expansion followed by war Meetinghouses Sabbath strict N.E.
Middle Colonies New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware forward
Section 1 – British Colonies purchased trade colonies M
William Penn M
Section 1 – British Colonies Quakers reformers equality, pacifism, no slavery holy experiment Philadelphia M
Section 1 – British Colonies Towns cash crops M
Southern Colonies Virginia Maryland Carolinas (North & South) Georgia forward
Section 1 – British Colonies plantations So
Nathaniel Bacon So
Section 1 – British Colonies Bacons Rebellion So
Virginia House of Burgesses –1 st elected lower house in legislative assembly in the New World; established 1619
Lord Baltimore, George Calvert So Catholics Act of Toleration
Section 1 – British Colonies slave plantations relied on slave labor Charles Town So
James Oglethorpe So
Section 1 – British Colonies indentured Spain Geography So
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