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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.

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  1. 13 Colonies Vocabulary In-Class Project By Vic A. Pitre Fifth Grade Students

  2. Presenting Mr. Baker’s Class

  3. Immigrant • Philadelphia soon became the main part in Pennsylvania for receiving not only imports, but also Immigrants. • An Immigrant is a person who comes to a country to make new homes. • By Laybreion

  4. Farm Produce • A farm produce grows grains, fruits. Market towns became a common sight ,throughout the middle atlantics colonies. • They also grow vegetables. Farm produce is a produce that grows grains, fruits, vegetables. • BY Brenden Danhour

  5. Farm Produce • Farm Produce is grains, fruit, and vegetables. • Most people in the Middle Atlantic colony made their life by farming. • By Tyrone Heim

  6. Refuge • Quakers often were treated poorly because of their beliefs, so they sought Refuge. • Refuge or safe, place where they could live and worship as they please. • By Jormaine Coleman

  7. Justice • Indian leaders came to respect Penn and believed he was their friend. Penn said let them have justice and you win them Penn also ensured that his colonist ruled with Justice were or Fairness. By Chris Davis

  8. Immigrant • An Immigrant is a person who comes into a country to make a new place. By: Aleyah Harris

  9. Great Awakening 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

  10. Refuge • They hoped to find a refuge ,or safe place, where they could live and worship as they pleased. • By Taj

  11. Farm Produce • Farm Produce • By Nijah

  12. Loft • A loft is the part of a house that is located between the ceiling and the roof. • It basically an attic. • By O’Bricc

  13. Militia A Militia is a volunteer army that protects the frontier settlements and Philadelphia. By Ragan Duffourc.

  14. Circle Graph • You can use a Circle Graph to divide the population of the 13 colonies between New England, Middle Atlantic, and Southern Colonies. • A Circle graph is a closed figure with no ends. • It is like a pie. • By Briana Watson

  15. Justice • Justice is fairness. • The flag represents justice. • By Jeremiah Sonnier

  16. Trail by jury • Trail by jury guarantees a person breaking the law the right to be tried by jury of fellow citizens. • By L’kbrianne Williams • William Penn with Indian leaders

  17. Almanac • An almanac is a book issued only each year. • An almanac is a book contains information about the weather. • BY : ANTONIO HOWARD

  18. Farm Produce • Farmers depended on market towns to sell surplus farm produce. • Farm produce is grains, fruits,and vegetables. • By Mya Conley

  19. Militia • Philadelphia was protected by Militia. • A Militia is a volunteer army. • By Rickayla Selmon

  20. CIRCLE GRAPH • A circle graph is a round chart that is divided into pieces. • The circle graph is showing the percent of the colonies. • By Jermyra

  21. Almanac • An almanac lets the farmers know when to plant crops. • An almanac shows the calendar forecast. • By: Mykia J.

  22. Ms. Falcon’s Class Presenting Can you label the map?

  23. Immigrant • An immigrant is a person. Who come from the country of his or her birth to live in a foreign land. • Philadelphia soon be came in Pennsylvania for receiving not only imports but also immigrant. • By Jarvis Edwards

  24. Farm produce • Most farm produce are vegetable and fruits. • Farm produce helps people earn money and food in the 13 colonies. • By Jasmine Frazier

  25. CIRCLE GRAPH • A circle graph is a round chart that can be divided into pieces, or parts; often referred to as a pie graph. • A circle was used to show population of the 13 colonies. • By Leroy Benn

  26. Township 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 Tierra

  27. Township • A township is a place where people lives. • A place where a number of people live, larger than a village, but smaller than city. Each township area of land would be 5,000 acres, large enough for there family. By Trevon Sanders

  28. Refuge 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

  29. Immigrant • A person who move to a country and build there own home. A immigrant is a person make a new home there. • Philadelphia became a port for receiving immigrants. • By Nicholas Mayho

  30. Farm Produce • Grains fruits and • Vegetables for goods • And services. • By Orayell

  31. Almanac • In 1732 Ben Franklin began publishing poor Richard’s Almanac. • An Almanac is a book issued only once each year that shows a yearly calendar and weather. • By Dameon Jones

  32. Trail By Jury • A trail by jury guarantees a person accused of breaking the law the rights to be tried by jury. • William Penn planned his colony government. In 1682 he wrote a document called the general assembly to make the laws for the colony. Penn’s frame of government also provided for the citizens of Pennsylvania to have freedom of speech, freedom of worship and trial by jury. By Keirell Jackson

  33. MILITIA • Benjamin Franklin organized a militia and theyvolunteered to protect Philadelphia. • A militia is a volunteer army. • by Richard

  34. Loft • A loft is a part of a house located between the ceiling and the roof. • In the 13 colonies kids used to sleep in loft. • By Earlkiese

  35. Refuge • In New Jersey Quakers hoped to find refuge or a safe place, where they could live and worship as they pleased. • By Kevinesha

  36. Refuge • A refuge is a safe place. • Quakers hope to find a refuge or safe place, where they could live and worship as they pleased. • By Rapheal Thornton

  37. Loft! • It is a part of a house located between the ceiling and roof. • The 13 colonists used the loft to keep. food. • By Michael Scott

  38. Militia • A militia is a volunteer army. • Benjamin Franklin organized a militia to protect Philadelphia and the frontier settlement. • By Darryelle Phillips

  39. Almanac • An Almanac is a book with information like Benjamin Franklin had, it has a calendar and yearly weather forecast. It lets you know the best time to plant crops. • By Jaron Benn

  40. Justice • Justice is fairness. • Penn also ensured that his colonist were ruled with justice and fairness. • By Isaiah

  41. Trial By Jury • A trial by jury guarantees a person accused of breaking the law the right to be tried by a jury of fellow citizens. • A trial by jury 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

  42. Justice • Justice is fairness. • Penn had said let them have justice and you win. • Penn also ensured that his colonists were ruled with justice, or fairness. • By Corielle

  43. Trial by jury • Trial by jury guarantees a person of breaking the law to be tried by a jury of fellow citizens. • By Kaleal

  44. Great Awakening • Great awakening is interest in religion led to the great awakening. A movement that called for a rebirth of religious ways of life. • This way of thinking quickly spread through other English colonies during the 1730s and 1740s. • By Kyle Aucoin

  45. Presenting Mrs. Chesterman’s Class

  46. Refuge • In New Jersey the Quakers hoped to find refuge or a safe place to live. • By Noah

  47. Great Awakening • Great Awakening is an religious movement started by a Dutch minister in the Middle Atlantic colonies that called for greater freedom of choice in religious. • By Diamond

  48. Circle Graph • The circle graph shows the population of the 13 colonies in the year 1750. • A circle graph is sometimes called a pie graph because it is round and is divided into pieces, or parts, like a pie is. • By Linda

  49. Trial by jury • A trial by jury guarantees a person accused of breaking law the right to be tried by a jury of fellow citizens. • When Penn arrived in Pennsylvania , he met with many of the leaders of the local Delaware Indian tribes. • By Trey