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The Middle Colonies
Transcript of The Middle Colonies
7th hour Climate and Soil The Middle Colonies had a very mild climate.
Farming was excellent in the Middle Colonies.
Soil and farmland very rich/fertile States include: Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Diversity and Education Sup' Mr. Ruud! MEOW????? Many different backgrounds and ethnicities.
Education - not usually encouraged for young children.
Most common form of school: private school. Religion Some religions that existed include: Catholics, Jews, and Quakers. Many forms of religion existed in the Middle Colonies. Farming Many grains were harvested and exported. The "breadbasket" of all colonies. Quotes: "…the Place is free for all Persuasions, in a Sober and Civil way; for the Church of England and the Quakers bear equal Share in the Government. They live Friendly and Well together; there is no Persecution for Religion, nor ever like to be; …" -Gabriel Thomas “This land may be profitable to those that will adventure it.” -Henry Hudson “I dined at a tavern with a very mixed company of different nations and religions. There were Scots, English, Dutch, Germans, and Irish. There were Roman Catholics, Church [of England] men, Presbyterians, Quakers,... Moravians,... and one Jew.” -Doctor Hamilton Delaware Founder: Peter Minuit, year: 1638.
Reasoning- for profits from trade.
Exports: furs, tobacco, meats, and grains. Became state on December 7, 1787. New Pork New York Founder: Peter Minuit, year: 1626
Reasoning: increase trade for profit.
Statehood: July 26, 1788 Exports: timber, cattle, and fine flour, and fur. Pennsylvania Founder: William Penn, year: 1682.
Reasoning - to give Quakers religious freedom.
Exports - wheat, corn, dairy cattle, and others.
Statehood granted on December 12, 1787. New Jersey Founder: Lord Berkeley, year: 1660.
Reasoning- increase trade for profit.
Exports: cattle, wheat, and flour.
Once was East and West Jersey, but later united to become New Jersey.
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The Middle Colonies. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Nov. 2012. <http://www.radford.edu/~rvshelton/Middle.htm>. Livestock: horses, cattle, pigs, and sheep.