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a sturdy wagon used by colonists and pioneers to carry poeple and goods
conestoga
king of england when england made the dutch colony of new nerherland a part of the middle colonies
king charles the second
quaker leader who founded the colony of pennsylvania in 1681
william penn
a dutch colony in north america frim 1609 to 1664 that insluded parts of present -day ney york new jersey and connectucut
new netherland
an early dutch aettlemnt in new neherland on the site of present day new york city
new amsterdam
the english renamed new netherland new york in honer of king charles brother the duke of york
new york
the largest city in the united states located in southeastern new york state
new york city
later duke have part of new york to two friends lord john berkeley and sir george carteret this land became the colony of
new jersey
MIDDLE COLINES ARE THERE ARE 5
new jersey pennsylvania delaware new york new jersey
a city in southeastern pennsylvania the largest city in the srare from 1790 to1800 it was the capiral of the united states
philadelphia
a person who owns a property or bussiness
propiter
a person who owes money
debtor
a plant that is ised to produce a dye
indigo
chief of the yamacraw who gave james oglethorpe land for the sawannah
tomochichi
british military officer who founded the colony of georgiain 1732
james oglerthorpe
a sturdy wagon used by colonists and pioneers to carry poeple and goods
conestoga
king of england when england made the dutch colony of new nerherland a part of the middle colonies
king charles the second
quaker leader who founded the colony of pennsylvania in 1681
william penn
a dutch colony in north america frim 1609 to 1664 that insluded parts of present -day ney york new jersey and connectucut
new netherland
an early dutch aettlemnt in new neherland on the site of present day new york city
new amsterdam
the english renamed new netherland new york in honer of king charles brother the duke of york
new york
the largest city in the united states located in southeastern new york state
new york city
later duke have part of new york to two friends lord john berkeley and sir george carteret this land became the colony of
new jersey
MIDDLE COLINES ARE THERE ARE 5
new jersey pennsylvania delaware new york new jersey
a city in southeastern pennsylvania the largest city in the srare from 1790 to1800 it was the capiral of the united states
philadelphia
a person who owns a property or bussiness
propiter
a person who owes money
debtor
a plant that is ised to produce a dye
indigo
chief of the yamacraw who gave james oglethorpe land for the sawannah
tomochichi
british military officer who founded the colony of georgiain 1732
james oglerthorpe
king of england during the frend indian war
king george the 2nd
named after the queen henrietta maria of england
maryland
propitors were men that owned all the land of the colony south of maryland
virginia
one big carolina split up
NC
one big carolina split up
SC
was the last southern colony to be foun
georgia
maryland virginia NC SC georgia
southern colonies
savannah
a port city in southestern georgia site of important in amercia revolution an the civil war