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  • 1. Middle Colonies New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware Mr. Reeser 
  • 2. The Dutch
    • Settled New York Area first
      • New Amsterdam
    • Taken over by the British
    • Renamed “New York” after the Duke of York
      • King’s Brother
  • 3.  
  • 4. New Jersey
    • Duke of York gives part of New York to friends
      • New Jersey
  • 5. Quakers
    • Protestants
      • Society of Friends
      • Nickname
    • Beliefs angered Church of England leaders
  • 6. To America
    • Wealthy Convert
      • William Penn
    • Granted a charter by the King
    • Named Pennsylvania after his father
  • 7.  
  • 8. Pennsylvania
    • Made treaties with natives
      • Peaceful relations
    • Advertisements of colony
      • Europe
    • Prospered
    • Capital - Philadelphia
  • 9. Swedes in America
    • Settled New Sweden
      • Delaware
    • Taken over by Dutch
      • Then goes to British with NY
  • 10. Delaware
    • Part of Pennsylvania
      • Purchased by Penn in 1682
      • Originally settled by Swedes
      • Gave Pennsylvania access to the sea
    • Separated in 1701
  • 11.  

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