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New Jersey Colonies

creators Keagan Hathorn and Dewan Sayeed
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Keagan Hathorn

on 26 September 2012

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New Jersey Colony By: Keagan Hathorn
and Dewan Sayeed New Jersey was first saw by
John Cabot. The first people to settle in our colony was the Dutch. The named it New Netherlands Later on The Duke of York
forced the Dutch out because they wanted more land for trade,and they wanted more gold. The Duke of York wanted
the Dutch out so they wouldn't grow any bigger in population. He gave the land to Lord Berkley and Sir George Carteret. John Cabot Duke of York The Countries of origin are Sweden, The Netherlands(pushed out), and England Population: about 100,000 Occupations that thrive in New Jersey are..... Logging Ship making Textile production Paper making Agriculture Geography of New Jersey climate: nicely warm in the summer, but very cold in the winter Physical features: good soil for agriculture Map/location:by the coast of the Atlantic ocean for easy shipping Come here!!! Come here!!! Come here!!! Come here!!! Come here!!! Come here!!! Some famous people were Philip Carteret Lewis Morris Sources www.publicbookshelf.com/public_html/Our.../newjersey_ij.html www.nj.gov/hangout_nj/assignment_history_ct.html The Thirteen Colonies by Thomas Strissguth
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