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Colonies power point
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  • 1. The American Revolution
    The Thirteen Colonies
    R.L. Ely
  • 2. The Northeast
    Though not technically a colony, the area of present-day Vermont (left) was included in New Hampshire (right).
    New Hampshire was founded in 1603.
  • 3. The Northeast
    Massachusetts-
    founded in 1620
    Connecticut- founded in 1635
    Rhode Island- founded in 1636
  • 4. The Northeast
    New York- founded in 1664
  • 5. The Middle Colonies
    Pennsylvania-
    founded in 1682
    New Jersey-
    founded in 1664
  • 6. The Middle Colonies
    Delaware-
    founded
    in 1638
    Maryland-
    founded in 1624
  • 7. The Middle Colonies
    During this time,
    West Virginia and Virginia were still one state.
    Virginia- founded in 1607
  • 8. North Carolina- founded in 1653
    South Carolina- founded in 1663
    The South
  • 9. Georgia- founded in 1732
    The South
  • 10. What have we learned?

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