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Social Studies Chapt 6
What resources did the breadbasket colonies have
Fertile Land, Large harbors near deep waterways, good climate
Main Crops were
Wheat, corn, rye
Who was the governor of new netherlands?
What did governor Peter Stuyvesant do?
Epanded New Netherlands
Took over New Sweden
What year did the English take over?
Why did the English take over?
They wanted Settlements, Fur Trade, Natural resources.
What are the important facts about the English take over?
Took over without a shot, Took over New York and New Jersey.
What did the Duke of York do?
Split the Dutch colony into two parts and named them New York and New Jersey.
What did New Amsterdam become?
New York City
Where did the Quakers settle?
What is a refuge?
A safe place.
Who became the proprietor (owner) of Pennsylvania and Delaware?
What three rights did William Penn's frame of government give the citizens of PA (Pennsylvania)
Freedom of speech
Freedom of Religion
The right to a fair trial by a jury
What is a trial by a jury?
an accused person has the right to be judged by their peers.
How did William Penn treat the indians?
with justice and fairness
he paid for their land and lived in peace with them
Who was the indian leader of the Lenni Lenape
What was the "frame" of government in Pennsylvania
All the people of PA would be treated equally under the law, pen believed this was the key to good government.
What is an immigrant
a person who comes into a country to make a new home there.
Why did people immigrate (4 reasons)
1 Religious freedom, 2 escape war, 3 Better economic opportunities, 4 buy and own land.
What was the religious movement that brought together people of different beliefs?
The "Great Awakening"
Who was the "great awakening" preacher who gave speeches about the direct relationship with God?
What period was the "great awakening"?
1730's and 1740's
What is the term for acceptance of religious differences?
What is an example of religious toleration
Slaves and free blacks participated in religious gatherings.
What was a consequence of the Great Awakening?
the number of church members grew in the colonies as did the free exercise of religion.
How were the Middle Colonies different from the New England colonies?
There was a mixture of Religion and Social Life there were many different religious groups.
How did the mixture of Religion into social life change peoples views?
They began thinking enslaving Africans was wrong.
What is the name for a volunteer civilian army
What did every market town have that ground the farmers grain?
What job did most people have that lived in the country
They were farmers.
What is the term for economic success?
What helped in the prosperity of the colonies?
What was one of the most important port cities in the Middle Colonies?
New York City
How did the Hudson River help?
It made trade easier.
What is the name for a craftworkers that came as indentured servants?
Name some of the Artisan trades:
Blacksmith, Whitesmith (silver makers), Coopers, Carpenters, Shipbuilders, Masons (brick layers), Bakers, Butchers, Dressmakers, Tailors, Cobblers
What was the name of someone who learned to do a skill from an artisan?
An Apprentice how spent 7 years living with the Artisan to learn their skill to make a living.
What are some professional trades?
There were costs and benefits to making an Economic Choice, Name the Costs
Away from families and friends, new language, new laws, new customs.
Name the benefits to making an economic choice
Freedom of Religion, Own Land, Start new business, a new start.
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