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Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
Ca lesson 4   mid atlantic settlements
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  • 1. Colonial America Lesson Four: The Mid Atlantic Settlements
  • 2. RAP: The Mid Atlantic Settlements 1. Describe the geography and climate of the New England colonies. 2. What colonies made up the Middle Colonies?
  • 3. RAP: The Mid Atlantic Settlements 1. Describe the geography and climate of the New England colonies.  Appalachian Mountains  Boston Harbor  Hilly terrain and rocky soil  Jagged coastline  Moderate climate  Cold winters 2. What colonies made up the Middle Colonies?
  • 4. RAP: The Mid Atlantic Settlements 1. Describe the geography and climate of the New England colonies.  Appalachian Mountains  Boston Harbor  Hilly terrain and rocky soil  Jagged coastline  Moderate climate  Cold winters 2. What colonies made up the Middle Colonies?  New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania
  • 5. Colonial America The Mid Atlantic Colonies “Middle Colonies”
  • 6.  The English colonies were very different from each other.
  • 7.  The 13 colonies that were settled were located up and down the east coast.
  • 8.  The southern colonies, the middle colonies and the New England colonies had different geography, climates and economies.
  • 9.  The social and political lives were also very different in each of the regions of the colonies.
  • 10.  In England, people were being punished by the government because they didn’t follow the country’s religion which was controlled by The Church of England.
  • 11.  The Quakers were a group of people who were very religious and they also wanted religious freedom.
  • 12.  William Penn got a charter from King Charles the second and he and the Quakers settled in Pennsylvania.
  • 13. www.recreation.gov  The geography of the Mid-Atlantic Colonies is made of the Appalachian Mountains, coastal lowlands (harbors and bays, wide deep rivers), and rich farmlands.
  • 14.  The Mid-Atlantic Colonies had a moderate climate. Winters and summers were mild.
  • 15. www.history.org  The Mid-Atlantic economy was supported by livestock, grain, trading, unskilled, and skilled workers, and fishermen.
  • 16.  The social life in the Mid-Atlantic Colonies centered around the villages and cities and varied and diverse lifestyles and religions.
  • 17.  The Mid-Atlantic political life centered around the market towns.
  • 18. Thirteen Colonies Map  Find the Mid- Atlantic Colonies  New York  New Jersey  Pennsylvania  Delaware  Color them red  Label the key
  • 19. William Penn  William Penn owned Pennsylvania and made it a place for religious freedom.
  • 20. People Groups  People came in from Germany, Scotland, & Ireland  Quakers  plain living, peaceful, against slavery and dancing  Germans  Pennsylvania Dutch, skilled workers, and loved music  Scotch-Irish  Farmed and hunted
  • 21. Climate  Good farming land (grains)  Livestock  Rivers and hills  Harbors
  • 22. Interesting Facts about Middle Colonies  Called Breadbasket of Colonial America.  The farmers raised a surplus so they could sell  Germans invented the Pennsylvania rifle & Conestoga Wagon  Philadelphia means brotherly love
  • 23. Read to Learn Read Middle Colonies England and the Colonies Highlight the key information Identifying: Who first controlled New Netherland? Comparing: What is the main difference between a propriety colony and a royal colony? Pennsylvania Highlight the key information Explaining: Why did William Penn receive land for a new colony in America?
  • 24. Read to Learn Read Middle Colonies England and the Colonies Highlight the key information Identifying: Who first controlled New Netherland? The Dutch Comparing: What is the main difference between a propriety colony and a royal colony? Pennsylvania Highlight the key information Explaining: Why did William Penn receive land for a new colony in America?
  • 25. Read to Learn Read Middle Colonies England and the Colonies Highlight the key information Identifying: Who first controlled New Netherland? The Dutch Comparing: What is the main difference between a propriety colony and a royal colony? Proprietary Colony: land is owned and controlled by the proprietor Royal Colony: land is owned by the king but may have local laws made by the colonies Pennsylvania Highlight the key information Explaining: Why did William Penn receive land for a new colony in America?
  • 26. Read to Learn Read Middle Colonies England and the Colonies Highlight the key information Identifying: Who first controlled New Netherland? The Dutch Comparing: What is the main difference between a propriety colony and a royal colony? Proprietary Colony: land is owned and controlled by the proprietor Royal Colony: land is owned by the king but may have local laws made by the colonies Pennsylvania Highlight the key information Explaining: Why did William Penn receive land for a new colony in America? The land was payment for a debt that the King of England owed Penn’s father.
  • 27. Read to Learn Section Wrap-Up How did the colony of Pennsylvania reflect Quaker beliefs?
  • 28. Read to Learn Section Wrap-Up How did the colony of Pennsylvania reflect Quaker beliefs? The colony included people from many countries. Penn’s belief that everyone was equal was reflected in his belief that Native Americans owned the land on which the colony was built and should be paid for it.
  • 29. WIO  Write a journal entry from the perspective of a Quaker settling in the Mid-Atlantic Colonies.  Include the motivations for leaving England and the conditions they found when they arrived.

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