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Title: Ch. 3 Sec. 3 Notes


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Ch. 3 Sec. 3 Notes
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1. The Middle Colonies
  • NY, NJ, PA, DE
  • Between NE on N and Cheasapeake Bay to S
  • Moved there for religious freedom
  • Lots of rivers, shipping, farming

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2. New Netherland
  • Started in 1624
  • Along Hudson R. Valley, where N.Y.C. is today
  • Started by immigrants from Sweden, Netherlands
  • English took over, renamed New York

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3. NewJersey
  • Gov. of New York gives land to friends- Carteret,
    Berkeley
  • They began new colony

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3. Pennsylvannia
  • Founded by William Penn
  • Many Quakers lived here
  • Religious freedom, equality for all (including N.
    Americans)
  • Became wealthiest colony

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  • William Penn

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3. Delaware
  • Small group broke away from PA to form own colony

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4. Southern Colonies
  • Bordered by Appalachian Mts. On W, Atlantic Ocean
    on E
  • Warm climate and good soil
  • Lots of agriculture- tobacco, rice, indigo

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5. Maryland
  • 1649- Lord Balitmore
  • Mostly Roman Catholics

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5. Carolinas
  • 1663
  • Timber, Cattle, Trade w/ N. Americans
  • Used slavery to grow crops
  • Divided into N. and S. when it becomes a royal
    colony

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5. Georgia
  • 1732- James Oglethorpe
  • Refuge for debtors
  • Wide variety of ethnic groups

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Vocabulary
  • Patroon A person who brought 50 settlers to New
    Netherland in exchange for land, trading
    privileges

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Vocabulary
  • Quaker Religion that values peace, harmony,
    religious freedom, and equality for all

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Vocabulary
  • Royal Colony A colony ruled by governors
    appointed by the King
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