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(6) US1.5b 13 Colonies Matching Game

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PLYMOUTHPilgrims landed here in 1620
MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONYPuritans settled here
PURITANSReligious separatists who want to make their towns into models of pure Christian living.
NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE COMMONA green in the village center, usually with a church meetinghouse at one end.
NEW ENGLAND TOWN MEETINGTownspeople gathered and men with property voted on laws
ROCKY SOIL, HILLY TERRAINThis made farming more difficult in the New England colonies.
FISHING, TRADING, SHIPBUILDINGNew England's economy was based on these industries
TRIANGULAR TRADE ROUTESSea route connecting England, the English colonies and the west coast of Africa.
MASSACHUSETTS, NEW HAMPSHIRE, RHODE ISLAND, CONNECTICUTThe 4 New England colonies
NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY, DELAWARE, PENNSYLVANIAThe 4 Mid-Atlantic colonies
NEW YORKSettled first by Dutch and called New Netherland
PENNSYLVANIAColony settled by William Penn and Quakers, who wanted religious freedom
MARKET TOWNSPlaces for trade in the Mid-Atlantic colonies.
BOSTONImportant New England port city
MID-ATLANTIC COLONIESThese colonies welcomed people of different religions
PHILADELPHIAThe largest and wealthiest colonial city during the 1700s. Diverse population and many religions. Busy seaport.
THE 5 SOUTHERN COLONIESVirginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
INDIGOAn important cash crop in the south that makes a blue dye for clothing
RICE, INDIGO, TOBACCOProfitable cash crops grown on southern plantations
GEORGIASettled by English debtors
13Number of English colonies by the 1750s



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