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Chapter 2 Section 4. Middle Colonies- NY, NJ, PA, and DE Diversified people. Chapter 2 Section 4. NY- Dutch- Netherlands- Dutch West India Company- colony- New Netherland New Amsterdam- trading post- mouth of the Hudson River- director- Peter Minuit First synagogue- house of Jewish worship

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Chapter 2 section 4

Chapter 2 Section 4

Middle Colonies- NY, NJ, PA, and DE

Diversified people


Chapter 2 section 41
Chapter 2 Section 4

  • NY- Dutch- Netherlands- Dutch West India Company- colony- New Netherland

  • New Amsterdam- trading post- mouth of the Hudson River- director- Peter Minuit

  • First synagogue- house of Jewish worship

  • 1664- Charles II- English king- region belonged to his brother- Duke of York

  • New Amsterdam now New York

  • Proprietary colony- king or queen- to a group who had full governing rights


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Chapter 2 Section 4

  • PA- William Penn- Penn’s woods

  • Quakers- Protestant group

  • PA- haven- safe place

  • Delaware- 1638- Swedish- first permanent colony

  • Southern Colonies- MD, NC, SC, and GA

  • MD- George Calvert- English lord- died

  • Lord Baltimore- MD Toleration Act- religious tolerance

  • Beginning of slave trade

  • Carolinas- 1712- split into two

  • GA- trustees- entrusted to look after a business

  • Led by James Oglethorpe


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