The 13 colonies Map Project
This is a picture of the Georgia Colony when they first settled. upload.wikimedia.org
This is a picture of the Georgia colony trading and making friendship with the Local tribe. media.web.britannica.com
This video shows the main points and tell the story of the middle colonies. www.youtube.com This edition of Mr. Zoller's Social Studies Podcasts focuses on England's thirteen original colonies in the new world. Specifically, this podcast discusses t...
This is a video that shows and tells the main features of the New England tribe. For example, main people, first tribe, ect. www.youtube.com This edition of Mr. Zoller's Social Studies Podcasts focuses on England's thirteen original colonies in the new world. Specifically, this podcast discusses t...
This is a video that tells and shows the key features of the southern colonies. www.youtube.com YouTube
Video that has the famous pictures, and people, and events of the New England colonies. vimeo.com This edition of Mr. Zoller's Social Studies Podcasts focuses on the four New England colonies of the original 13 English Colonies in the New World
www.youtube.com This edition of Mr. Zoller's Social Studies Podcasts focuses on England's thirteen original colonies in the new world. Specifically, this podcast discusses t...
www.youtube.com This edition of Mr. Zoller's Social Studies Podcasts focuses on England's thirteen original colonies in the new world. Specifically, this podcast discusses t...
The Bread colonies are explained in this video of the middle colonies www.youtube.com YouTube
This is a famous picture of Southell and followers sizing the south carolina goverment ushistoryimages.com
This is a picture of the North Carolinas cabin. They lived in a very mountainy region that allowed them to have a lot of trees. ushistoryimages.com
This is a picture of men plowing the tobacco fields. It was the main cash crop in Virginia. www.sjsapush.com
Article about the New ENgland colonies. www.ushistory.org The New England Colonies
New England Article matsumoto.eesd.org New England Colonies
New England article techline0.tripod.com New England Colonies
middle colony article matsumoto.eesd.org Middle Colonies
middle colony article www.let.rug.nl The Middle Colonies < The Colonial Period < History 1994 < American History From Revolution To Reconstruction and beyond
southern colony article matsumoto.eesd.org Southern Colonies
southern colony article techline0.tripod.com The Southern Colonies
southern colony article www.ushistory.org The Southern Colonies
middle article www.ushistory.org The Middle Colonies
Mayflower compact was a big document to the pilgrims that said that they would have their own goverment avalon.law.yale.edu Avalon Project - Mayflower Compact : 1620
Indentured servents were slaves that worked for their depts. This is a document that showed that people worked in the feilds. www.piratedocuments.com Page not found – PirateDocuments.com
This article showed and proved the type of goverment in the southern colonies. ncpedia.org Fundamental Constitutions | NCpedia
This is a picture of the everyday jobs of the Delaware colony. 1-ps.googleusercontent.com
This map is a desctiption of the Georgia colony geographical area. There were some mountain regions but mostly plains. That caused good soil and good farming area. www.worldatlas.com
This map is a map of the New Jersey main colonies. www.onlineatlas.us
This is a map of the South Carolina map. and the most common colonies. media.maps.com
The main colony of the Massachusates colony was the Plymoth colony. the new England colonies had a lot of soil and trees. The soil was wet though so they didn't have good crops. The trees were good for building houses. www.familysearch.org
Pennsylvania had a very good soil. That is why the middle colonies were called the Bread Basket colonies. They could grow good cash crops like, corn, tobacco, rice.... ect. www.britishempire.co.uk
Virginia, and all the southern colonies have mountains, and some plains. There soil wasn't very good, so they couldn't grow good cash crops. www.worldatlas.com
William Penn was the founder of the colony. He wanted relilgous freedom for his colony. He also wanted the government to be based on religion. www.brainyquote.com "Men must be governed by God or they will be..." - William Penn quotes from BrainyQuote.com
John Locke was also a very big part of the southern colonies. www.brainyquote.com "All mankind... being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty or possessions." - John Locke quotes from BrainyQuote.com
John Smith was a big part of the New England colonies. www.williamsburgprivatetours.com Quotes of Captain John Smith, savior of the Jamestown colony, saved by Pocahontas, his life, books , his friends, Jamestown , savior of the colony, best friend to Indians, Turks, Forefather, Colonial Williamsburg Virginia Visit Jamestown VA the true story of Pocahontas and Chief Powhatan. Near Bush Gardens and golf in Kingsmill.
This graph shows the population of the colonies compared to the population in New England baseballcrank.com
This graph also shows the population of the middle colonies. As you can see, a lot of them are slaves because they need people to help with cash crops. www.kingsacademy.com
unlike the middle colonies, they barely had any slaves due to their little amount of crops. occawlonline.pearsoned.com
New England poem about the New England colonies. jkalb.freeshell.org THE SPIRIT AND POETRY OF EARLY NEW ENGLAND
song about the middle colonies. sariapush.blogspot.com Middle Colonies Song!!! (tuned to “Virginia company” in Pocahontas) On to the bread colonies Where grain and plenty lie. There’s farmers, f...
Follow the Drinking Gord is a very famous song sung by slaves while working. The gord was the big dipper to freedom. www.metrolyrics.com Lyrics to 'The Drinking Gourd' by Mark Erelli. (Trad., arr. by Mark Erelli) When the sun goes back And the first quail calls Follow the drinking gourd
The reason they wanted to create the New Jersey colony is because they wanted more trade and profits. www.landofthebrave.info Check out this site for facts about the New Jersey Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the New Jersey Colony. Fast facts about the New Jersey Colony
Deleware and the rest of the middle colonies were called the Bread Basket colonies because of so much wheat they grew. www.landofthebrave.info Check out this site for facts about the Delaware Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the Delaware Colony. Fast facts about the Delaware Colony
Lord Baltimore was the founder of the Virginia colony, and he wanted for Catholics to be free. At that time catholics were persecuted because of the proterstent reformation. www.landofthebrave.info Check out this site for facts about the Virginia Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the Virginia Colony. Fast facts about the Virginia Colony
The first colony in the southern colonies was Ronoke Island which is in North Carolina. www.50states.com north-carolina fun facts and trivia
South Carolina had the biggest slave population in the southern colonies. www.landofthebrave.info Check out this site for facts about the South Carolina Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the South Carolina Colony. Fast facts about the South Carolina Colony
The colony of Georgia was named after king George the 1. The carter had promised that they would, so they did. www.landofthebrave.info Check out this site for facts about the Georgia Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the Georgia Colony. Fast facts about the Georgia Colony
Tobacco was used as a currency at that time. Tobacco was a very important thing at that time. colonialmarylandmd.weebly.com Colonial Maryland
Deleware was the first state to ratify the United States Constitution. delaware.facts.co
NEw Jersey is the only british north amarican colony whose first European settlers were not English. nj.gov Hangout NJ, the state Web site for kids, provides the cartoon history of New Jersey, NJ facts and symbols, games, information about state history, government, travel, and attractions, and monthly feature stories.
There was persection in the Pensylvania colony, it was the persecution of the Quakers. www.celebrateboston.com A brief history of the Colony of Pennsylvania, explaining the origin of the nickname for Philadelphia being the City of Brotherly Love.
Unlike other colonies, there was religious freedom in the New York colony. www.landofthebrave.info Check out this site for facts about the New York Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the New York Colony. Fast facts about the New York Colony
The First circus was held in New Port in 1774 smartstat.net Let's go back in history to 17-18th centuries and learn about ten interesting facts about Rhode Island when it was a Colony of the United States 1. On May 4,
Conneticut was first explored by the Dutch. www.datesandevents.org Visit this site for the Connecticut History Timelines featuring famous people, places and events of the State. Fast facts and information for students, children & kids via the Connecticut history timeline. The Connecticut History Timeline provides a record of events in the order of their occurrence.
There was no religious feedom, it was controlled by the puritans. www.landofthebrave.info Check out this site for facts about the Massachusetts Colony. Fact File of the Government, History, Geography and Religion of the Massachusetts Colony. Fast facts about the Massachusetts Colony
NH was the 9th to join the union, but it was the first to declare independence from the mother country, Great Britan. www.funtrivia.com 42 questions and answers about 'New Hampshire' in our 'States N-O' category. Did you know these fun facts and interesting bits of information?
this is a picture of the southern colonies having and celebrating Thanksgiving. 3.bp.blogspot.com
this is a picture of inside a cobblers home at that time. my.xfinity.com
This is a picture of the colony when they first settled. The colonies wanted to have religious freedom, unlike the Puritans and Seperatists. ushistoryimages.com
The Embarkation of the Pilgrims www.ushistory.org
The trade between the New England colonies and the Indians. media1.shmoop.com
A lot of the men and women would weave their own clothes because they didn't have good crop or harvest of anything. www.sonofthesouth.net

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