Important Places (with map) Which Group of Colonies? Important People Religion in the Colonies "New World Problems"

100

Which letter shows the location of the British Colonies in North America?

100

New England
This group of colonies was known for being founded on the principals of the Puritan religion and resources like cattle, fish, furs, grain, iron, and great lumber.

100

John Smith
He was the president of the Jamestown colony that set up strict rules by saying that only those that work can eat.

100

When someone disagrees with religious beliefs
What is religious dissent?

100

St. Augustine, Florida
What was the first permanent European settlement in the North America

200

Which letter on the map shows the location of the Jamestown settlement?

200

the Middle Colonies
This group of colonies became successful because of their fertile soil which was used to farm many crops and the Quaker beliefs of religious equality for everyone. It was also the most diverse of the colony groups.

200

John Winthrop
He was the strict Puritan leader that established Massachusetts.

200

It was established as a place where everyone would be treated equal under the eyes of God, an idea important to Penn's Quaker religion.
Why was Philadelphia known as William Penn's "holy experiment"?

200

Nobody knows for sure. They either starved to death, or left on their own.
What happened to the settlers at Roanoke Island?

300

Which letter on the map shows the location of the Plymouth?

300

the Southern Colonies
This group of colonies located below the Mason-Dixon line was known for their large farming plantations and were settled for many reasons (some for economic reasons, some for religious reasons, and even one to solve the debt law problem)

300

Lord Baltimore
He was the English man that was responsible for establishing Maryland as a safe haven for Catholics. (Woot! Woot!)

300

A Maryland law that stated that nobody that practiced any form of Christianity could be persecuted n the colony.
What were the Acts of Toleration?

300

1. The conflict between Native Americans and European colonists in the backcountry would not go away anytime soon. 2. It was the end of indentured servants and the beginning of wide-spread use of African slaves in the Southern Colonies.
Explain one of the two effects of Bacon's Rebellion

400

Which letter on the map shows the location of Spanish Florida?

400

the Spanish Territory
This territory became successful by establishing missions, presidios, and pueblos

400

William Penn
He was the Quaker man that helped establish Pennsylvania as a "holy experiment"

400

The Pilgrims came for religious reasons, while the settlers at Jamestown came seeking to get rich from the natural resources of North America.
How were the Pilgrims' reasons for coming to North America different from those of the settlers at Jamestown?

400

The law stated that if a British citizen owed so much money for a long time, they were sent to prison until they could pay back the money that they owed. The problem was that if a person was in jail, they would not have the opportunity to pay back the debt, and thus they would continue to stay in jail.
What was problem with the English Debt Law?

500

Which letter on the map shows the location of the Louisiana Territory (established by the French)

500

the Borderlands
This is the frontier (or unexploered area) in the Spanish Territory

500

Roger Williams, Anne Hutchison, and Thomas Hooker
Name one of the three people in New England that disagreed with John Winthrop's views on religion, left Massachusetts, and established the colonies of Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.

500

The Acts of Toleration established the idea of religious freedom, something that we still value today as American citizens.
How do the Acts of Toleration affect us today in the current-day United States?

500

He established the colony of Georgia as camp where debtors could work until their debts were paid off.
How did James Oglethorpe help solve the problems with teh British Debt Law

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