Victor 7th Grade Social Studies The Original Colonies

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Victor 7th Grade Social Studies The Original Colonies
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Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay Colony, religious freedom, Separatists, Jamestown, Captain John Smith, New Netherlands, Duke of York, cultural diversity, tobacco, plantations,
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  1. New England Colonies
    What was the first New England colony to be established?
    Plymouth
  2. New England Colonies
    What religious group settled in the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
    Puritans (Pilgrims)
  3. New England Colonies
    Who was the leader of the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
    John Winthrop
  4. New England Colonies
    Who founded the colony of Connecticut?
    Thomas Hooker
  5. New England Colonies
    For what reason was Rhode Island set up?
    To separate Church and State.
  6. New England Colonies
    Give three ideas that describe the Puritan Rule?
    • 1. religious superiority
    • 2. narrow-minded
    • 3. life-centered around church
  7. New England Colonies
    Which New England colony was originally part of Massachusetts?
    New Hampshire was originally part of Massachusetts.
  8. New England Colonies
    What was the first written constitution in the colonies called?
    The first written constitution in the colonies was called The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut.
  9. New England Colonies
    What religious group settled in Plymouth?
    The Puritans settled in Plymouth.
  10. New England Colonies
    What colony did Roger Williams set up?
    Roger Williams set up Rhode Island.

    Ann Hutchinson also led settlers to Rhode Island.
  11. New England Colonies
    What did the colony of New Hampshire mostly consist of?
    The colony of New Hampshire mostly consisted of trading and fishing.
  12. Middle Colonies
    What were the Middle Colonies also known as?
    The Middle Colonies were also known as the Breadbasket Colonies.
  13. Middle Colonies
    What colony was New York before 1664?
    New York was known as New Netherlands.
  14. Middle Colonies
    Why was New York renamed?
    New York was renamed because the Dutch were forced to surrender to English control in 1664.
  15. Middle Colonies
    Who were the proprietors of New Jersey?
    The proprietors of New Jersey were Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret.
  16. Middle Colonies
    How did New Jersey become a colony?
    New Jersey became a colony when the Duke of York granted land for a new colony.
  17. Middle Colonies
    What colony was originally the lower counties of New York?
    Delaware was originally the lower counties of New York.
  18. Middle Colonies
    What religious group settled in Pennsylvania?
    The Quakers settled in Pennsylvania.
  19. Middle Colonies
    Who was the founder of Pennsylvania?
    William Penn was the founder of Pennsylvania.
  20. Middle Colonies
    What settlement was called the 'city of brotherly love'?
    Philadelphia was called the City of Brotherly Love.
  21. Middle Colonies
    Why were people attracted to the colony of New Jersey?
    People were attracted to the colony of New Jersey because it welcomed religious freedom and cultural diversity.
  22. Middle Colonies
    What did Penn's frame of government offer the colonists of Pennsylvania?
    Penn's frame of government outlined representative government for colony and gave freedom of worship to all who believed in God.
  23. Middle Colonies
    Why did William Penn annex Delaware?
    William Penn annexed Delaware as an additional seaport for Pennsylvania trade.
  24. Southern Colonies
    What was the first permanent settlement to be established?
    Jamestown was the first permanent settlement to be established.

    It was established in the colony of Virginia.
  25. Southern Colonies
    What colony was established to give religious freedom to Catholics?
    Maryland was established to give religious freedom to Catholics.
  26. Southern Colonies
    Why was Georgia establish? (2 reasons)
    Georgia was established to help debtors start a new life in America and because the King wanted a Southern "military" colony to protect English colonial land claims from Spanish in Florida.
  27. Southern Colonies
    What cash crop helped Virginia profit?
    Tabacco (a cash crop) helped Virginia profit.
  28. Southern Colonies
    How many proprietors set up the Carolinas?
    Eight noblemen set up the Carolinas.
  29. Southern Colonies
    What was the first proprietary colony?
    Maryland was the first proprietary colony.
  30. Southern Colonies
    Who was Maryland's proprietor?
    Sir George Calvert (Lord Baltimore) was Maryland's proprietor.
  31. Southern Colonies
    What was the major crop grown in South Carolina?
    Rice was the major crop grown in South Carolina.
  32. Southern Colonies
    What did the Toleration Act do?
    The Toleration Act protected all Christians in Maryland. 

    It was passed in Maryland.
  33. Southern Colonies
    Who was the founder of Georgia?
    Gen. James Olglethorpe was the founder of Georgia.
  34. Southern Colonies
    When were the Carolinas divided into north and south?
    The Carolinas were divided into north and south in 1712.
  35. Southern Colonies
    What event would lead to the onset of slavery in the English colonies?
    The use of African indentured servants lead to the onset of slavery in the English colonies.
  36. Southern Colonies
    What was the biggest southern city port?
    Charlestown (Charleston) located in the Carolinas was the biggest southern city port.
  37. Southern Colonies
    How did the settlers of North and South Carolina differ?
    The settlers of North and South Carolina differed in that North Carolina was settled by tobacco farmers and South Carolina was settled by new colonists from England.
  38. Southern Colonies
    • Southern Colonies -
    • used slave labor
    • grew tabacco
    • were settled by Catholics
    • much of the farming was done on plantations
  39. Middle Colonies
    • Middle Colonies
    • were known as the Breadbasket Colonies
    • had two of the largest cities: New York and Philadelphia
    • had a lot of cultural diversity
    • originally belonged to the Netherlands
  40. New England Colonies
    • New England Colonies
    • had rocky soil which made farming hard work
    • created the first public education system in the area
    • economy was based on fishing, whaling, and ship building
    • were established primarily for religious freedom
    • were founded by Roger Williams, Thomas Hooker, and John Winthrop.

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