THE DUTCH SETTLEMENT: ORGINS OF THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC COLONIES .


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THE DUTCH SETTLEMENT. THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC COLONIES. Individuals from all over Europe settled the Middle Atlantic Colonies. They were tolerant of different religious convictions and nationalities. Most Africans were slaves, a couple were free, yet they had few rights.English Catholics settled in Maryland. Dutch and Swedish pilgrims started settlements in New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania. William Penn
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THE DUTCH SETTLEMENT: ORGINS OF THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC COLONIES

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THE DUTCH SETTLEMENT

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THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC COLONIES People from all over Europe settled the Middle Atlantic Colonies. They were tolerant of different religious convictions and nationalities. Most Africans were slaves, a couple were free, however they had few rights. English Catholics settled in Maryland. Dutch and Swedish pioneers started settlements in New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania. William Penn, a Quaker, was the author of Pennsylvania. He paid the Native Americans for their territory. They lived respectively in peace.

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Many Germans settled in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia was the biggest city in the provinces. Benjamin Franklin, a Philadelphia printer, was a pioneer. The area had rich farmland and great water assets. Timber, products, and creature hides were sent to business sectors in drift urban communities, for example, New York. Cultivating was the heart of the economy. The land and atmosphere were useful for vast scale cultivating.

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Colonist who couldn\'t manage the cost of beach front land moved into the boondocks. The backwoods was the rough land between the beach front fields and the Appalachian Mountains. They had a long stretch of peace with Native Americans.

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HENRY HUDSON

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HENRY HUDSON The Dutch association with North America started in September 1609, when Henry Hudson, an English Captain, in support of the VOC (Vereenigde Oostlndische Compagnie) found with his ship "De Halve Maene" the stream which today bears his name. Henry Hudson was looking for a NW entry to Asia.

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HENRY HUDSON In 1626 a post was based on Manhattan Island at the mouth of the Hudson River, this fortress was called Fort Amsterdam and around it the town of Nieuw Amsterdam created, it was bound to end up distinctly the capital of the Dutch province, in 1628 the populace at Nieuw Amsterdam was of 270 souls.

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PETER STUYVESANT

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PETER STUYVESANT New Amsterdam\'s senator was Peter Stuyvesant. He soon extended New Netherlands into what is currently New Jersey. Diminish Stuyvesant went south into what is currently Delaware assuming control New Sweden in 1655.

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The English assumed control New Netherlands and New Sweden in light of the fact that the nationals would not battle the English. The land was then part up and given its present day name of New York and New Jersey.

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NEW YORK

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NEW JERSEY

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DELAWARE

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PENNSYLVANIA

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WILLIAM PENN

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ASSIGNMENT Writing Activity: Imagine that it is the 1600\'s and you are a migrant who has quite recently landed in the center settlements. Utilize the data in this lesson to compose a journal section about what you may see and do. Sections will be imparted to a colleague!

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