13 Colonies Vocabulary. In-Class Project By Vic A. Pitre Fifth Grade Students. Presenting. Mr. Baker’s Class. Immigrant. Philadelphia soon became the main part in Pennsylvania for receiving not only imports, but also Immigrants.
Vic A. Pitre
Fifth Grade Students
Mr. Baker’s Class
By Chris Davis
By: Aleyah Harris
The Great Awakening way of thinking quickly spread through other English colonies during the 1730s and 1740s. Towns in these colonies often had more than one kind of church, or sermon.
The Danger of an unconverted Ministry confidered in a Sermon.
By: Kewanda Brown Class:B
A Militia is a volunteer army that protects the frontier settlements and Philadelphia.
By Ragan Duffourc.
A township is a area of land.
Land belonging to individual families would be carved out of the township in giant pie-like slices.
By Trevon Sanders
In New Jersey, Quakers hoped to find refuge or safe place to live there. Refuge is a safe place to live.
By Spencer H. Williams
By Keirell Jackson
Pennsylvania Frame of government also provided for the citizens of Pennsylvania to have freedom of speech of worship ,and trial by jury.
By Jan’Quel Allen
Justice is fairness.
William Penn also ensured that his colonists were ruled with justice or fairness.
William Penn had said let them have justice and you win them.
By Armand Rashad Bowman