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Welcome to New Hemisphere
Transcript of Welcome to New Hemisphere
By David Lee
When my colony was founded and by who
The colonists made money by building ships, catching fish, making tools, or whaling. The currency went from pounds(£) to dollars($).They exported fish, timber, furs, and ships.
New Hampshire was a free colony, so colinists didn't have to practice one religion. That meant the people could practice any religon they wanted.
The crops New Hampshire grow
They grew wheat, corn, pumpkins, rye, squash, and beans. They grew and traded lumber for fruits and vegetables.
Geography of New Hampshire
The low coasts made it possible to to fish and get timber for trading to get fruits and vegetables, but the rocky terrain and mountains made hard to grow crops.
Fun Facts about my Colony
Captain John Smith (a.k.a an explorer) named New Hampshire after the town of Hampshire, England
The first patato was planted in the United States was in the Londonderry Common Field in 1719.
In 1833 the first public library in the United States was established in Peterborough.
The Third colony to be found
New Hampshire started the first legal lottery in the twentieth century United States in 1963.
New Hampshire's Unique Qualities
New Hampshire is unique beacause it was the first colony to declare its independence from Englandin the year 1680, and it was a full
Declaration of Independence
New Hampshire was founded in the year 1622 by Captain John Mason and Sir Ferdinando Gorges.It was a New England colony.
Why People come to my Colony
People should come to my colony because:
It has a low risk of natural disasters
There are alot of mountain to hike on.
It has breathtaking beauty (including lakes, mountains,and etc.)
It has an alot of water, so that means your most likely never going to run out of water.
There are low coasts so you can go to the beach.
You can go fishing very day.
Fun Facts Continued...
Sarah Josepha Hale author and journalist who wrote the poem "Mary Had a Little Lamb" in 1830 is from Newport, New Hampshire.
Levi Hutchins of Concord invented the first alarm clock in 1787 in New Hampshire.
It is 9,350 sq. miles.
Mt. Washington is the windiest spot in the U.S. starting from 213 M.P.H.
It became a state on June 21, 1788.