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  • 1. Ch4, Sec 2: The Middle Colonies MAIN IDEA : The Middle Colonies attracted a wide variety of immigrants who settled on farms and in the cities of Philadelphia and New York.
  • 2. New Netherlands becomes New York
    • Dutch set up colony named:
      • New Netherlands
    • Along the __________ River
      • Hudson
    • Trading of furs became very valuable and the settlement of __________ developed into a thriving port :
      • New Amsterdam
  • 3. New Netherlands becomes New York
    • Settlers also came because this colony practiced:
      • Freedom of Religion
    • In 1664, New Netherlands was surrendered to:
      • England
  • 4. New Netherlands becomes New York
    • The King’s brother:
      • The Duke of York
    • Renamed the colony:
      • New York
  • 5. New Jersey separates from New York
    • Proprietary Colony:
      • The King gave land to one or more people in return for a yearly payment
    • Royal Colony:
      • A colony under the complete control of the English crown
  • 6. The Founding of PA
    • ___________ was the founder
    • of PA:
      • William Penn
        • He was a:
          • Quaker
            • Believed all people were created equal under God’s eyes
            • Spoke out against war and refused to serve in the army
    • Policy of fairness towards:
      • Native Americans
  • 7. The Founding of PA
    • Colony included many:
      • PA Dutch and African Americans
    • Founder allowed settlers to form their own, separate colony:
      • Delaware
  • 8. Life in the Middle Colonies
    • Wheat, Barley and Rise were known as:
      • Cash Crops:
        • Crops that are sold for money at market
    • These colonies were known as:
      • Bread Basket Colonies
        • Because they exported so much grain
    • Households were:
      • Self sufficient
  • 9. Life in the Middle Colonies
    • Backcountry:
      • Land on the Eastern slopes of the Appalachian Mountains