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Founders   England                                  Potpourri
                      Colonies   Colonies   Terms
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         Founders-100

   This man founded Pennsylvania.

       Who is William Penn?




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          Founders-200

   The founder of Rhode Island who
   had a strong belief in Separation of
            Church and State?

        Who is Roger Williams?


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          Founders-300

  This term refers to a colony founded by
    one person or a few owners like New
          Jersey and the Carolinas.

       What is a proprietary colony?


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          Founders-400

        The founder of Georgia.

       Who is James Oglethorpe?




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         Founders-500

   The person who gained control of
    New Netherland when the Dutch
       surrendered to the English.

       Who is the Duke of York?


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 New England Colonies-100

    This religion declined when church
   membership requirements changed, the
    drive for money increased and other
        religions gained membership.

       What is the Puritan religion?

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 New England Colonies-200

 These 2 products were sent to Africa
    as part of the Triangular Trade
                 Route.

        What is rum and iron?


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 New England Colonies-300

 A war between the Wampanoag and
  the Puritans in Massachusetts over
            land ownership.

       What is King Philip’s War?


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 New England Colonies-400

   The first written constitution that
     extended voting rights to non-
    church members and limited the
       power of the government.

  What is the Fundamental Orders of
              Connecticut?
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 New England Colonies-500

   This society believed in witchcraft
              and the devil.

           What was Salem?



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       Middle Colonies-100

 Philadelphia was in this colony and it
    served as a port to export grain.

        What is Pennsylvania?



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       Middle Colonies-200

 The joint-stock company that funded
            New Netherland.

       What is the Dutch West India
                 Company?


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       Middle Colonies-300

   Because the Middle Colonies had
    ports and a good climate for the
    growing of wheat as a cash crop
   they were referred to as this term.

  What are the breadbasket colonies?

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       Middle Colonies-400

   The colony that was established
    from Pennsylvania land by the
               Swedes.

          What is Delaware?


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       Middle Colonies-500

 These 2 terms describe the attitude of the
   people in the Middle Colonies with their
    accepting attitude towards others and
      their variety of cultural and ethnic
                    groups.

       What is tolerance and diversity?

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       Southern Colonies-100

        The first permanent British
                 settlement.

       What is Jamestown, Virginia?



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       Southern Colonies-200

        The main crop of Virginia.

            What is tobacco?




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       Southern Colonies-300

   The colony that served as a haven
   for Roman Catholics from England.

           What is Maryland?



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       Southern Colonies-400

 The two main crops of the Carolinas.

         What is rice and indigo?




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       Southern Colonies-500

  The countries that had claims south
    and west of the English colonies.

        What are Spain and France?



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       Important Terms-100

  These settlers promised to work for
     5 to 7 years and in return were
     given passage to the Americas.

   What were indentured servants?


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       Important Terms-200

   They believed in peace, harmony,
               equality.

         Who are the Quakers?



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       Important Terms-300

       Permitted religious freedom in
                  Maryland.

        What is the Toleration Act?



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       Important Terms-400

   A colony that is run by governors
         appointed by the king.

         What is a royal colony?



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       Important Terms-500

  This rebellion just south of Charles
        Town showed the slaves
   frustration and anger at their loss
               of freedom.

       What is the Stono Rebellion?

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         Potpourri-100

      The first British attempt at
   colonization by Sir Walter Raleigh
         was this “lost” colony.

          What is Roanoke?


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          Potpourri-200

  Poor farmers in Virginia wanted to
    seize Native American land for
     their own use in this conflict.

       What is Bacon’s Rebellion?


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         Potpourri-300

  House of Burgesses, the Mayflower
     Compact and the Fundamental
     Orders of Connecticut all took
   ideas from this English document
            written in 1215.
       What is the Magna Carta?

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         Potpourri-400

  The Navigation Acts were linked to
        this economic system.

        What is mercantilism?



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           Potpourri-500

 Because of the cool climate and rocky soil
    the New England colonists used this
              type of farming

       What is subsistence farming?


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