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Chapter 5 Social Studies. Colonies
New England Colonies
Middle Colonies
Southern Colonies
Rhode Island Colony
Rivers for water and wood to build hourses
Rich soil and goo drinking water
good climate and soil for tobacco
First English colony in North America to offer complete relig…
New England Colonies
Rivers for water and wood to build hourses
Middle Colonies
Rich soil and goo drinking water
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Social Studies: Chapter 3, Sections 3 (The Middle Colonies), 4 (The Southern Colonies) and 5 (Spanish Colonies)
proprietary colony
royal colony
Quakers
William Penn
A colony created by a grant of land from a monarch to an indi…
A colony controlled directly by the English king.
A religious group beginning in the 1640's. They believed that…
Quaker leader who established the colony of Pennsylvania as a…
proprietary colony
A colony created by a grant of land from a monarch to an indi…
royal colony
A colony controlled directly by the English king.
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Social Studies Chapter 5: The Struggle to Found Colonies
Roanoke Island
Queen Elizabeth
Walter Raleigh
John White
English colony
English ruler; hoped to find gold; concerned about starting a…
Soldier, knew of a place called Roanoke; faced a difficult wi…
men, women, children returned to Roanoke; White England; foug…
Roanoke Island
English colony
Queen Elizabeth
English ruler; hoped to find gold; concerned about starting a…
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Social Studies Chapter 5 Struggle to Found the Colonies
debtor
cash crop
proprietor
dissenter
person who owes money
crop grown for profit or to make money
owner
a person whose views are different from his or her leader
debtor
person who owes money
cash crop
crop grown for profit or to make money
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Social Studies Chapter 5: New England Colonies
What are the 4 New England Colonies?
John Winthrop
Roger Williams
Thomas Hooker
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut
governor and religious leader of the Puritans in the Massachu…
A minister who believed that people should be able to have di…
This man helped start the colony of Connecticut
What are the 4 New England Colonies?
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut
John Winthrop
governor and religious leader of the Puritans in the Massachu…
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Social Studies 5 Colonies Unit
The second Continental Congress
Continental Army
Olive branch petition
Continental currency
Met as a result of fighting and Lexington and Concord
Differed from militias in that it was made up of full-time so…
Asked Britain's King George III for peace on behalf of the co…
Congress printed on behalf of preparations for war
The second Continental Congress
Met as a result of fighting and Lexington and Concord
Continental Army
Differed from militias in that it was made up of full-time so…
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Social Studies Gr 5: Regions of the Thirteen Colonies
Massachusetts (region)
Rhode Island (region)
Connecticut (region)
New Hampshire (region)
New England Colony
New England Colony
New England Colony
New England Colony
Massachusetts (region)
New England Colony
Rhode Island (region)
New England Colony
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Social Studies Chapter 5 New England Colonies
growing season
tidewater
fall line
backcountry
the time of year when it is warm enough for plants to grow
the area where the water in rivers and streams rises and fall…
the line where rivers from higher land flow to lower land and…
the mountainous area west of where most colonists lived
growing season
the time of year when it is warm enough for plants to grow
tidewater
the area where the water in rivers and streams rises and fall…
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Grade 5 - Social Studies - Colonies
Massachusetts Bay
Rhode Island
Connecticut
New Hampshire
Good: goldsmith/wigmaker/shoemaker/printer... Bad: Puritan relig…
Good: lots of land, water, and jobs... Bad: too much land/ relie…
Good: ship building, fishing, and whaling... Bad: only men could…
Good: fishing and fur trading... Bad: harsh illnesses and long i…
Massachusetts Bay
Good: goldsmith/wigmaker/shoemaker/printer... Bad: Puritan relig…
Rhode Island
Good: lots of land, water, and jobs... Bad: too much land/ relie…
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Social Studies Chp. 5 - Settling the Colonies
disturbance
wailing
petticoat
charter
disorder, trouble
a sad cry
a skirt usually worn under other clothing
an official paper in which certain rights are given by a gove…
disturbance
disorder, trouble
wailing
a sad cry
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Social Studies Chapter 5, The Struggle to Found Colonies
charter
Pilgrim
dissenter
stock
document that permitted colonies to settle on land claimed by…
person who journeys for religious reasons
a person whose views differ from others'
shares in a company often sold to raise money for the company
charter
document that permitted colonies to settle on land claimed by…
Pilgrim
person who journeys for religious reasons
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Social Studies - Ch 5-7 Colonies
expel
representatives
economy
refuge
to force to leave
people elected to speak and/or make laws for others
the way people of a state, region or country use resources to…
a safe place
expel
to force to leave
representatives
people elected to speak and/or make laws for others
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Social Studies Ch. 5 New England Colonies
Why did the Puritans leave England?
What was the importance of religion to…
What did economic success prove to the…
Halfway Covenant
**Puritans felt the Church of England encouraged people to ig…
**Many of the New England colonists came to America for relig…
You've received God's grace.
Children of church members could become church members themse…
Why did the Puritans leave England?
**Puritans felt the Church of England encouraged people to ig…
What was the importance of religion to…
**Many of the New England colonists came to America for relig…
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Chapter 5 - The New England Colonies (Social Studies)
Charter
John Winthrop
Dissent
Roger Williams
Official paper from the king of England giving the settlers p…
Started the Massachusetts Bay colony in 1630, wanted it to be…
Disagreement
Disagreed with the Puritan leaders and expelled in 1635. Star…
Charter
Official paper from the king of England giving the settlers p…
John Winthrop
Started the Massachusetts Bay colony in 1630, wanted it to be…
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SOCIAL STUDIES: Chapter 5: Crisis in the Colonies
French and Indian War
Seven Years War
Fort Necessity
Fort Duquesne
War between France and Great Britain regarding the dispute ov…
Another name for the French and Indian War
makeshift stockade built by George Washington in defense of F…
fort built by French at the junction of the Monongahela and A…
French and Indian War
War between France and Great Britain regarding the dispute ov…
Seven Years War
Another name for the French and Indian War
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Social Studies - Chapter 5 - The Thirteen Colonies
dissent
expel
industry
imports
Disagreement
To force to leave
All the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one…
A product brought into a country
dissent
Disagreement
expel
To force to leave
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social studies colonies vocab. grade 5
slavery
plantations
haciendas
borderlands
practice of holding people against their will, making them wo…
a large farm
large estate where cattle or sheep are raised
areas of land near borders of countries or colonies
slavery
practice of holding people against their will, making them wo…
plantations
a large farm
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Social Studies: Chapter 3, Sections 3 (The Middle Colonies), 4 (The Southern Colonies) and 5 (Spanish Colonies)
proprietary colony
royal colony
Quakers
William Penn
A colony created by a grant of land from a monarch to an indi…
A colony controlled directly by the English king.
A religious group beginning in the 1640's. They believed that…
Quaker leader who established the colony of Pennsylvania as a…
proprietary colony
A colony created by a grant of land from a monarch to an indi…
royal colony
A colony controlled directly by the English king.
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Social Studies--Chapter 5: The Thirteen Colonies
What are the 3 groups of colonies?
Which states belong to the New England…
Which states belong to the Middle Colo…
Which states belong to the Southern Co…
1) The New England Colonies... 2) The Middle Colonies... 3) The S…
1) Massachusetts... 2) Rhode Island... 3) Connecticut... 4) New Ham…
1) New York... 2) New Jersey... 3) Pennsylvania... 4) Delaware
1) Maryland... 2) Virginia... 3) North Carolina... 4) South Carolin…
What are the 3 groups of colonies?
1) The New England Colonies... 2) The Middle Colonies... 3) The S…
Which states belong to the New England…
1) Massachusetts... 2) Rhode Island... 3) Connecticut... 4) New Ham…
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Chapter 5 Early colonies Social Studies
expel
The Great Wagon Road
Exports
Imports
to be kicked out
the colonists traveled west on this to the piedmont
Goods sent out of the country
goods brought in the country
expel
to be kicked out
The Great Wagon Road
the colonists traveled west on this to the piedmont
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Harcourt Social Studies Chapter 5 the thirteen Colonies.
dissent
expel
industry
import
disagreement
to force to leave
all the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one…
a product brought into a country
dissent
disagreement
expel
to force to leave
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Social Studies - Middle Colonies
William Penn
Quakers
proprietor
backcountry
he set up a colony for Quakers in the New World, called Penns…
Were considered religious radicals in England. They settled i…
A self-sufficient farmer
An unsettled area
William Penn
he set up a colony for Quakers in the New World, called Penns…
Quakers
Were considered religious radicals in England. They settled i…
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Gr. 5, Social Studies, ch 4, Building the First Colonies
colony
plantation
slavery
borderlands
a land ruled by a different country
a huge farm
the practice of holding people up against their will and maki…
Areas of land on or near the borders between countries, colon…
colony
a land ruled by a different country
plantation
a huge farm
Chapter 5 Social Studies: Spanish Colonial California
California missions
missionaries
settlement
convert (verb)
established by the Spaniards- 21 missions-
people who work to spread their religious beliefs
new community
change beliefs
California missions
established by the Spaniards- 21 missions-
missionaries
people who work to spread their religious beliefs
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Gr 5 - Social Studies - The Spanish Colonies
1535
Colony
Why Spain created colonies
Forming colonies
The year the colony of new Spain was formed
A land ruled by another country
To protect its land and govern the people.
How Spain protected its claims in the Colonies
1535
The year the colony of new Spain was formed
Colony
A land ruled by another country
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Social Studies 13 Colonies
New England Colonies (A)- Pros... Large F…
New England Colonies (A)- Cons... Winters…
Middle Colonies (B)- Pros... 4 seasons/mi…
Middle Colonies (B)- Cons... As populatio…
New England Colonies (A)- Pros... Large F…
New England Colonies (A)- Cons... Winters…
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Social Studies Chapter 5: The Struggle to Found Colonies
England's first attempt for a new colo…
English leaders hoped that North Ameri…
In 1587, this man led more that 100 me…
John White sailed back to England beca…
Roanoke Island.
gold and other natural resources.
John White
supplied ran out on Roanoke Island.
England's first attempt for a new colo…
Roanoke Island.
English leaders hoped that North Ameri…
gold and other natural resources.
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Isaac colonies social studies
Taxes
racisim
Boston Tea Party
Voting
money paid to the government to take care of the country
belief that one race is better than another
Angry Colonists dumped tea into the Boston Harbor
to pick between people running leadership
Taxes
money paid to the government to take care of the country
racisim
belief that one race is better than another
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chap 5 - southern colonies- social studies
Georgia
Split into North Carolina and South Ca…
Maryland
Catholic
This colony was set up to help debtors
What happened in Carolina in 1712?
The Calvert family founded which colony?
The Calverts wanted to leave England to worship in their own…
Georgia
This colony was set up to help debtors
Split into North Carolina and South Ca…
What happened in Carolina in 1712?
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New England Colonies-Chapter 5-Social studies
Charter
Dissent
Persecute
Subsistent farming
An official paper in which certain rights are given by goverm…
Dissagreement
A pursue with harassing or oppressive treatment.
Farming that brings little or no profit to the farmer.
Charter
An official paper in which certain rights are given by goverm…
Dissent
Dissagreement
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Social Studies - The 13 Colonies
Where were the 13 colonies located?
What mountain range and ocean border t…
The 13 colonies are divided into three…
The 13 colonies contained 3 large citi…
The Eastern part of what is now the United States.
The Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
The New England, Middle and Southern Colonies.
Boston, Philadelphia and New York.
Where were the 13 colonies located?
The Eastern part of what is now the United States.
What mountain range and ocean border t…
The Appalachian Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
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Social Studies - Colonies - Chapter 4
plantation
slavery
colony
presidio
large farms
the practice of holding people against their will and making…
a land ruled by another country
a Spanish fort
plantation
large farms
slavery
the practice of holding people against their will and making…
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Social Studies Chapter 5 The Struggle to Found Colonies
cash crop
charter
debtor
House of Burgess -
crop grown to be sold for profit.
official document giving a person or group permission to do s…
person who owes money
law making assembly in colonial Virginia
cash crop
crop grown to be sold for profit.
charter
official document giving a person or group permission to do s…
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Social Studies Chapter 5-- Lesson 3 THE FIRST COLONIES
Pilgrims
A pilgrim
Separatists
Persecution
A group of Separatists led by Bradford who left England to st…
A person who journeys for religion reasons
Group that separated from the Church of England
Unjust treatment because of one's beliefs
Pilgrims
A group of Separatists led by Bradford who left England to st…
A pilgrim
A person who journeys for religion reasons
Social Studies Middle Colonies
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania
Middle Colonies
Proprietor
named the city of "brotherly love" to symbolize the city's va…
Founded by William Penn with the goal of creating a colony ba…
Included New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, th…
A person to whom the king of England granted land in North Am…
Philadelphia
named the city of "brotherly love" to symbolize the city's va…
Pennsylvania
Founded by William Penn with the goal of creating a colony ba…
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Social Studies: The Colonies
charter
stock
cash crop
indentured servant
official document giving a person or group permission to do s…
share in a company
crops grown to be sold for a profit
person who agrees to work for someone in exchange amount of t…
charter
official document giving a person or group permission to do s…
stock
share in a company
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Social Studies Colonies Review
Jamestown Colony
Plymouth Colony
Massachusetts Bay Colony
John Smith
The first successful colony
The colony where the Pilgrims settled
The colony where the Puritans settled
Enforced a "no work, no eat" policy
Jamestown Colony
The first successful colony
Plymouth Colony
The colony where the Pilgrims settled
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Social Studies - 13 Colonies
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Connecticut
MA
NH
RI
CT
Massachusetts
MA
New Hampshire
NH
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13 Colonies Social Studies unit 5
Cash crops
Puritan
Pilgrim
Export
is a crop that people grow to sell and earn money
were another religious group who disagreed with the Church of…
is a person who makes a long journey for religious reasons
is a product sent to another country and sold
Cash crops
is a crop that people grow to sell and earn money
Puritan
were another religious group who disagreed with the Church of…
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Social Studies - Chapter 5 - The Thirteen Colonies
dissent
expel
industry
imports
Disagreement
To force to leave
All the businesses that make one kind of product or offer one…
A product brought into a country
dissent
Disagreement
expel
To force to leave
21 terms
Social Studies Chapter 5 The Thirteen Colonies
The Puritans
King Philip's War
imports
"The Frame Of Governement of Pennsylva…
who started the Massachusetts Bay Colony so that they could l…
In 1675 a disagreement over land between the colonists and th…
goods brought into a country
name a primary source document that is an example of self gov…
The Puritans
who started the Massachusetts Bay Colony so that they could l…
King Philip's War
In 1675 a disagreement over land between the colonists and th…
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Social Studies French & Dutch Colonies Grade 5
thrive
Champlain
Northwest Passage
la Salle
to do well, prosper
French explorer who established Quebec
shortcut by water from Atlantic across North America
French explorer who claimed land along MS River
thrive
to do well, prosper
Champlain
French explorer who established Quebec
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Social Studies Colonies Deck
Maine
1. Delaware 2. Rhode Island
Massachusetts (Maine included), New Ha…
New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Pe…
What colony is this? (is with another colony)
What colony is next to Maryland? Connecticut?
What colonies are in the New England Colonies?
What colonies are in the Middle Colonies?
Maine
What colony is this? (is with another colony)
1. Delaware 2. Rhode Island
What colony is next to Maryland? Connecticut?
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Social Studies- Chapter 6 The Middle Colonies
refuge
proprietor
trial by jury
justice
a safe place
an owner
the right of a person accused of a crime to be tried by a jur…
fairness
refuge
a safe place
proprietor
an owner
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Social Studies 5-2 Colonial Resistance Vocabulary
Writ of Assistance
Petition
Stamp Act
Townshend Acts
Court order that allowed officials to make "unspecific" searc…
Written request to a government requesting change,
Law requiring colonists to buy special stamps for many products
Law that taxed imported goods brought into the colonies
Writ of Assistance
Court order that allowed officials to make "unspecific" searc…
Petition
Written request to a government requesting change,
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Social Studies Chapter 5: The New England Colonies
Charter
Dissent
Expel
Consent
An official paper
Disagreement
To force to leave
Agreement
Charter
An official paper
Dissent
Disagreement
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SOCIAL STUDIES: Chapter 5: Crisis in the Colonies
French and Indian War
Seven Years War
Fort Necessity
Fort Duquesne
War between France and Great Britain regarding the dispute ov…
Another name for the French and Indian War
makeshift stockade built by George Washington in defense of F…
fort built by French at the junction of the Monongahela and A…
French and Indian War
War between France and Great Britain regarding the dispute ov…
Seven Years War
Another name for the French and Indian War
28 terms
Social Studies Middle Colonies Grade 5
refuge
proprietor
trial by jury
justice
a safe place
an owner
a group of citizens who decide if a person is innocent or gui…
fairness
refuge
a safe place
proprietor
an owner
13 terms
Social Studies Grade 5 Chapter 5 New England Colonies
growing season
tidewater
fall line
backcountry
times of year when it is warm enough for plants to grow... "In…
water in rivers and streams rises and falls every day with th…
Rivers from higher land flow to lower lands and often form wa…
The higher land on the other side of the fall line. ("in back…
growing season
times of year when it is warm enough for plants to grow... "In…
tidewater
water in rivers and streams rises and falls every day with th…
12 terms
Social Studies, Chapter 5: The New England Colonies
Metacomet
Fertile
Land
Shore
Leader of the Wampanoag Indians, who called for the war again…
People settled by the Connecticut River because the land is _…
The King Philip's war was caused by a colonist and Indian dis…
The whalers had to go on longer trips because they had caught…
Metacomet
Leader of the Wampanoag Indians, who called for the war again…
Fertile
People settled by the Connecticut River because the land is _…
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