Essay On Northern Colonies

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Northern colonies started as just state all bunched into one. They are now there own separate states now. The northern colonies are now the states of Plymouth,Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and finally New Hampshire. Plymouth Colony: Plymouth colony was an English colonial venture in North America from the years of 1620 to 1691. The first settlement of the Plymouth Colony was at New Plymouth, a location previously surveyed and named by Captain John Smith. The pilgrims were also good friends with the indians the. The indians showed the pilgrims how to plant food. The indians told the pilgrims if you put fish in with the seed it will grow faster. When they settled the temperatures were very cold every winter many men and women died during winter. What they died of were…show more content…
Massachusetts was founded by John Winthrop and other Puritans John Winthrop eventually became the Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Rhode Island: From the beginning, Rhode Island has been distinguished by its support for freedom of conscience and action. Clergyman Roger Williams founded the present state capitol, Providence, after being exiled by the Massachusetts Bay Colony Puritans in 1636. The Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations was one the original 13 colonies established on the east coast of North America. After the American Revolution, it became U.S. state Rhode Island. Rhode Island was founded by Roger Williams. New Hampshire: Captain John Mason founded New Hampshire. The Province of is a first name given in 1629 to the territory between the merrimack and piscataqua rivers on the eastern coast of North America. It was founded in 1691. It was also founded by John Wheelwright and other Colonists. The naming comes from a English county of Hampshire where Captain John Mason received a grant for the land was raised. It was located on the Atlantic coast of North America. It was an English colony that existed from the years of 1638 to
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