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Title: Jeopardy!


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Jeopardy!
Founders New England Colonies Middle Colonies Southern Colonies Important Terms Potpourri
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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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9
New England Colonies-300
  • A war between the Wampanoag and the Puritans in
    Massachusetts over land ownership.
  • What is King Philips 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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12
Middle Colonies-100
  • Philadelphia was in this colony and it served as
    a port to export grain.
  • What is Pennsylvania?

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13
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 Bacons 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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