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(Name the colony) John Carver, Squanto, Miles Standish

Plymouth (Massachusetts)

(Name the colony) Roger Williams

Rhode Island

took over New Haven(Name the colony)

Connecticut

Toleration Act (Name the colony)

Maryland

absorbed Plymouth Plantation (Name the colony)

Massachusetts

Thomas Hooker (Name the colony)

Connecticut

James Oglethorpe (Name the colony)

Georgia

a buffer colony against the Spanish and French

Georgia

controlled by the Calvert family

Maryland

exiled Anne hutchinson and roger williams

Massachusetts

had the first true constitution, the Fundamental Orders

Connecticut

John Winthrop

Massachusetts

captured from the Dutch and named after James Stuart

New york

the first quaker heaven

new jersey

"holy experiment" chartered by Charles II to pay off a debt

Pennsylvania

first colony established

Virginia

outlet to the sea for Pennsylvania

Delaware

last colony established

Georgia

established by eight lordly proprietors, slave holding plantation economy

South Carolina

Small farms, settled by poor of virginia, no ports due to stormy coast

North Carolina

The Mayflower compact was intended to

deal with the fact they were outside of virginia's government authority

the settlers at plymouth plantation were

separatists seeking freedom to worship in an english environment

Massachusetts bay colony was

the source of settlers from much of new england

puritans left england in the 1630s because of

the growing conflict between the Puritans and the king

One thing the american colonists all wanted and received was

a representative assembly

william penn established pennsylvania to

experiment with a colony that offered religious religious and political freedom

Freedom in America was limited by

Traditional ideas that the upper-class should rule

________was an extremely successful colony from the beginning

Pennsylvania

The cash crops of the south were

Tobacco rice and indigo

The original laws in Georgia

Limited the size of land ownership

(true or false) William Bradford was the proprietor of North Carolina

false

True or false, Squanto was the English speaking Indian who helped the Plymouth settlers

True

The Massachusetts Bay Company brought its charter to America with it, true or false

True

true or false, Roger Williams and William pen were unusual in their belief that the land belonged to the Indians

True

Peter Stuyvesant was the second governor of plymouth, True or false

False

Sir George Carteret and Lord John Berkeley or early owners of New Jersey, true or false

True

Quakers wanted the Anglican service to be more like Catholic

false

the duke's laws were written for new york, true or false

true

the colonial proprietors had a little trouble collecting rent from people thankful to have land

false

the toleration act gave the people of the colony freedom to follow any religion they chose.

false