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New Jersey Colony,where you can trade and be rich!!

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Eileen Meghani

on 12 December 2013

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New Jersey Colony,where you can trade and be rich!!
Top 5 reasons why colonists shall move to New Jersey Colony!
Sir George Cateret
Lord Berkely
"If you come to New Jersey Colony then you will make fortune and will have freedom to do anything you want."
1st reason
2nd Reason
The 2nd reason why colonists shall move to New Jersey colony is that there is religious freedom.
3rd Reason
The 3rd reason why colonists shall move to New Jersey colony is that there is good farmland.
The last reason
The last reason why colonist shall move to New Jersey Colony is that in New Jersey Colony they trade and make profit.
1 reason why the colonists shall move to New Jersey Colony is that there is warm climate.
4th Reason
The 4th reason why colonists shall move to New Jersey colony is that the New Jersey Colony has representative government.
Famous Peeps!
Lord Berkeley and Sir george Cateret lived in the New Jersey Colony.They were the ones that colonized it.Duke of York found the New Jersey Colony but lend it to Lord Berkeley and Sir George Cateret.
"The Colonial New Jersey Colony is wonderful because you have religious freedom and you can make alot of fortune also there are alot of jobs which you can choose from"
~Eileen Meghani

There are alot of jobs to do in the New Jersey Colony which are:
Who founded New Jersey Colony and who colonized it?
Duke of York founded New Jersey Colony in 1664. Lord Berkely and Sir George Cateret colonized it in 1704 and with the king's blessing it was called New Jersey Colony.
Lord Berkeley
Sir George Cateret
Duke of York
Ecanomic Oppertunities
~ sailors

Wonder how it looks
the same as
it is today
with cold
winters and
warm summers.
In the Middle Colonies.
flat plains,
thick forests,
and lots of
farm and
Repeat life
Dad's went to work to help get food for their family while the mothers stayed home and wathched the children,cleaned,cooked,and knitted.How we have a school to go to and have teachers to teach us,there were no schools in Colonial New Jersey therefore there were no teachers to teach those kids so the mothers had to teach the kids instead.
Who controlled it?
There was a governement that controlled the New Jersey Colony so lets find out which government controlled it.
The government of Dutch. Later the dutch lost it and English government got it.
Fast Facts
~ People that lived there were Dutch,people from
Holland and people from Sweden.
~New Jersey colony was split into 2 groups.(east andthe west)
~was a very warm colony that was created for profit from selling
~had many rivers of water to ship goods and was connected to the Atlantic Ocean to trade goods on ships
~The representative assembly made local laws and created the tax rates
~It was the first colony to ratify th bill of rights.

The colonists would travel by foot,horses,wagon or boat.
To travel meant that you needed several days if you were going 5 or 10 miles from home.
Words to know
profit- making money
colonized-made it a colony
housewives-one that works in the house and cleans the house,cooks,knits, and teaches the kids
weavers-basically knitting
tradesmen-people that trade
merchants-a person or a company involved in whole sale trade
anchored-a ship to the sea bottom with an anchor
anchor-a heavy object attached to a rope or chain and used to moor a vessel to the sea bottom
meadows-a piece of grassland
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