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  • 1. Monday, October 2,2012Monday, October 2,2012 Agree Disagree 1. New YorkAgree Disagree 1. New York ____ ________ ____ was originallywas originally owned by the Dutchowned by the Dutch ____ ____ 2. Georgia was____ ____ 2. Georgia was founded as afounded as a religious refuge for Catholicsreligious refuge for Catholics
  • 2. Chapter 2: Colonizing AmericaChapter 2: Colonizing America Section 4: A Diverse SocietySection 4: A Diverse Society A. The Middle Colonies:A. The Middle Colonies: New YorkNew York  This area was firstThis area was first explored byexplored by Henry HudsonHenry Hudson..  TheThe Dutch (Netherlands)Dutch (Netherlands) claimed the areaclaimed the area and called itand called it New NetherlandNew Netherland..
  • 3.  They boughtThey bought Manhattan Island for $24Manhattan Island for $24 fromfrom the Native Americans and began their majorthe Native Americans and began their major settlement,settlement, New AmsterdamNew Amsterdam..  By 1660,By 1660, EnglandEngland was interestedwas interested in New Netherland.in New Netherland.  King Charles II gaveKing Charles II gave his brother,his brother, JamesJames (Duke of York)(Duke of York) permissionpermission to take the land fromto take the land from the Dutchthe Dutch..
  • 4.  The Dutch wereThe Dutch were forced outforced out and theand the EnglishEnglish took controltook control. They renamed the. They renamed the areaarea New YorkNew York..
  • 5. B.B. New JerseyNew Jersey  Part of the new landPart of the new land was given to two ofwas given to two of the king’s close advisorsthe king’s close advisors..  Sir George Carteret andSir George Carteret and Lord John BerkleyLord John Berkley..  They called itThey called it New JerseyNew Jersey..  GrantedGranted religious freedomreligious freedom, had an, had an elected assemblyelected assembly, and gave out large, and gave out large land grantsland grants..
  • 6. C. PennsylvaniaC. Pennsylvania  Founded byFounded by William PennWilliam Penn CHUNK #4 – GIST – Turn to page 75. ReadCHUNK #4 – GIST – Turn to page 75. Read thethe “Holy Experiment”“Holy Experiment” paragraphs 1 ,2 and 3.paragraphs 1 ,2 and 3. Write one statement in the space providedWrite one statement in the space provided that gives the “gist” or summary of thethat gives the “gist” or summary of the selection.selection. ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________
  • 7. C. PennsylvaniaC. Pennsylvania  He was aHe was a QuakerQuaker..  This was aThis was a religiousreligious groupgroup which believedwhich believed people should be guidedpeople should be guided by theirby their “inner light”.“inner light”.
  • 8.  They should not be led by ministers orThey should not be led by ministers or the Bible.the Bible.  Quakers wereQuakers were often persecutedoften persecuted..  Pennsylvania was aPennsylvania was a ““holy experiment”holy experiment” in whichin which religious and politicalreligious and political freedom would be granted.freedom would be granted.
  • 9.  It’s major settlement wasIt’s major settlement was PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia,, “the city of brotherly love.”“the city of brotherly love.”  This became a veryThis became a very large, prosperous,large, prosperous, city, one of thecity, one of the largestlargest in the colonies.in the colonies.
  • 10. D. DelawareD. Delaware  William PennWilliam Penn later purchased land southlater purchased land south of Pennsylvania.of Pennsylvania.  This became theThis became the colony ofcolony of DelawareDelaware..
  • 11. E. The Southern Colonies: TheE. The Southern Colonies: The Carolinas (North and South)Carolinas (North and South)  This area was granted to a group ofThis area was granted to a group of proprietors who were close supportersproprietors who were close supporters ofof King Charles IIKing Charles II..  The northern portion grew very slowly.The northern portion grew very slowly.  Tobacco farmingTobacco farming became itsbecame its main function.main function.
  • 12. MAP OF THE CAROLINASMAP OF THE CAROLINAS
  • 13.  In the southern portion,In the southern portion, more people settled.more people settled.  EstablishedEstablished Charles TownCharles Town,, which became a majorwhich became a major port city.port city.  Rice farmingRice farming eventually becameeventually became important inimportant in South Carolina.South Carolina.
  • 14. F.F. GeorgiaGeorgia  Founded byFounded by James OglethorpeJames Oglethorpe..  It was intended to beIt was intended to be a refuge fora refuge for debtors whodebtors who had been imprisonedhad been imprisoned in England.in England.  Slavery and alcoholSlavery and alcohol werewere bannedbanned..  These bans were later lifted and anThese bans were later lifted and an elected assembly was establishedelected assembly was established..
  • 15. G.G. ConclusionConclusion  By the 1770s, England hadBy the 1770s, England had 1313 wellwell established colonies in America.established colonies in America.  Most of these colonies allowedMost of these colonies allowed religiousreligious freedomfreedom and hadand had elected assemblieselected assemblies..  This tradition ofThis tradition of self rule and freedomself rule and freedom would lead to thewould lead to the rebellionrebellion in the colonies inin the colonies in 17761776..
  • 16. REVIEWREVIEW 1. How has religion played an important1. How has religion played an important roll in the development of theroll in the development of the colonies?colonies? 2. What were some contributing factors2. What were some contributing factors to independence?to independence?
  • 17. Wednesday, September 28, 2011Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Agree Disagree 1. New YorkAgree Disagree 1. New York ____ ________ ____ was originallywas originally owned by the Dutchowned by the Dutch ____ ____ 2. Georgia was____ ____ 2. Georgia was founded as afounded as a religious refuge for Catholicsreligious refuge for Catholics