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Middle Colonies “The Bread Basket of America”. By: Courtney, Brooke, Tatum and Kinsey. Middle Colonies. New York Pennsylvania Delaware New Jersey. William Penn. Founder of Pennsylvania Went against society by accepting other faiths. Pennsylvania.

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Middle Colonies “The Bread Basket of America”

By: Courtney, Brooke, Tatum and Kinsey

middle colonies
Middle Colonies
  • New York
  • Pennsylvania
  • Delaware
  • New Jersey
william penn
William Penn
  • Founder of Pennsylvania
    • Went against society by

accepting other faiths

pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
  • King Charles II of England had a large loan with Penn. King Charles settled by granting Penn a large area west and south of New Jersey on March 4, 1681. Penn called the area Sylvania (Latin for woods), which Charles changed to Pennsylvania in honor of Penn.
philadelphia
Philadelphia
  • “The City of Brotherly Love”
  • 2nd Largest city in the colonies
  • 1st city to have street lights for safety
  • Declaration of Independence and Constitution were drafted here
  • Original nations capitol
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