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13 Colonies Jeopardy!
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Anne Hutchinson
a. Someone who worked with a tradesmen for many years learning his craft with no pay
Mercantilism
Rice and indigo
Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
Land in New England is thin and rocky, land in the Middle Colonies is rich and fertile. You could farm in the Middle Colonies.
Wanted to find gold, instead discovered tobacco.
Quaker. Despised in England for their beliefs like equality for everyone, they were anti-war, and they believed that women should have rights.
New Netherland, New York
Connecticut; Thomas Hooker
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware
White males over 21 who owned property, and were church members.
Stockades, public humiliation, beatings
Virginia
Rhode Island
New England. Everyone could go to school!
Triangular Trade
Bacon's Rebellion
Law that gave Christians (Catholics and Protestants) freedom of religion. It was passed in Maryland to ensure Catholics would not have their rights taken away. The law excluded non-Christians (ex. Jewish people).
James Ogelthorpe, for debtors to have a fresh start and for a buffer b/w Georgia and Florida.
Roger Williams --> church and state should be separated and wanted religious freedom.
Middle and Southern Colonies
Delaware
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire
Massachusetts Bay Colony
How did was the land in New England different than the land in the Middle Colonies? What could happen in the Middle Colonies that could not happen as well in the New England colonies?
This type of trade happened between Europe, the Americas, and Africa, and involved goods and people being transported across the Atlantic Ocean.
What is the Act of Toleration? What colony was this act passed in and why was it passed?
By the 1720s, each colony had voting laws that limited who could vote. What qualities did a person need in order for them to vote?
What was one way that people were punished in the Massachusetts Bay Colony?
What 5 colonies were in the Southern region?
Private teachers and tutors were found in which two colonial regions?
What is an apprentice?
What 4 colonies were in the Middle Colonies?
This colony was once a part of Pennsylvania. Some people say it was founded by Peter Minuit, some say it was founded by William Penn.
This colony was taken from the Dutch in 1664 after a long rivalry. What was the original name of this colony? What was the new name of this colony?
Who founded Georgia and whom did he found it for?
What woman spoke out against the Puritan church in Massachusetts and was banished from the colony?
What are the 4 colonies that were in the New England region?
In Virginia, this revolt happened because settlers felt that their colonial government would not help them to fight Native American groups over land and resources. In this revolt, Jamestown was burned down.
Which colony did the Plymouth settlement become a part of?
Which of the New England colonies had religious tolerance and religious freedom?
Who founded the Rhode Island Colony? WHY?
The idea that a colony only exists to benefit its mother country?
What religion did William Penn practice? Describe this religion.
What did the Virginia Company want settlers to find in Virginia? What did they end up learning to grow that made them money?
What were the two main crops that were grown in the Carolinas?
Which was the FIRST English colony in the Americas (hint: Jamestown was the first settlement).
Which region offered public education? Who could go to school here?
Which of the New England colonies limited the power of government (especially the governor)? Who founded this colony?

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What are the 4 colonies that were in the New England region?Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire
What 4 colonies were in the Middle Colonies?New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware
What 5 colonies were in the Southern region?Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
Which was the FIRST English colony in the Americas (hint: Jamestown was the first settlement). Virginia
Which colony did the Plymouth settlement become a part of?Massachusetts Bay Colony
Who founded the Rhode Island Colony? WHY?Roger Williams --> church and state should be separated and wanted religious freedom.
Who founded Georgia and whom did he found it for?James Ogelthorpe, for debtors to have a fresh start and for a buffer b/w Georgia and Florida.
Which of the New England colonies limited the power of government (especially the governor)? Who founded this colony?Connecticut; Thomas Hooker
This colony was taken from the Dutch in 1664 after a long rivalry. What was the original name of this colony? What was the new name of this colony?New Netherland, New York
This colony was once a part of Pennsylvania. Some people say it was founded by Peter Minuit, some say it was founded by William Penn. Delaware
Private teachers and tutors were found in which two colonial regions?Middle and Southern Colonies
By the 1720s, each colony had voting laws that limited who could vote. What qualities did a person need in order for them to vote?White males over 21 who owned property, and were church members.
Which of the New England colonies had religious tolerance and religious freedom?Rhode Island
What is the Act of Toleration? What colony was this act passed in and why was it passed?Law that gave Christians (Catholics and Protestants) freedom of religion. It was passed in Maryland to ensure Catholics would not have their rights taken away. The law excluded non-Christians (ex. Jewish people).
What religion did William Penn practice? Describe this religion. Quaker. Despised in England for their beliefs like equality for everyone, they were anti-war, and they believed that women should have rights.
What were the two main crops that were grown in the Carolinas?Rice and indigo
The idea that a colony only exists to benefit its mother country?Mercantilism
What was one way that people were punished in the Massachusetts Bay Colony?Stockades, public humiliation, beatings
In Virginia, this revolt happened because settlers felt that their colonial government would not help them to fight Native American groups over land and resources. In this revolt, Jamestown was burned down. Bacon's Rebellion
This type of trade happened between Europe, the Americas, and Africa, and involved goods and people being transported across the Atlantic Ocean. Triangular Trade
How did was the land in New England different than the land in the Middle Colonies? What could happen in the Middle Colonies that could not happen as well in the New England colonies?Land in New England is thin and rocky, land in the Middle Colonies is rich and fertile. You could farm in the Middle Colonies.
Which region offered public education? Who could go to school here?New England. Everyone could go to school!
What did the Virginia Company want settlers to find in Virginia? What did they end up learning to grow that made them money?Wanted to find gold, instead discovered tobacco.
What is an apprentice?a. Someone who worked with a tradesmen for many years learning his craft with no pay
What woman spoke out against the Puritan church in Massachusetts and was banished from the colony?Anne Hutchinson