anonymous
  • anonymous
answer these questions about the middle colony ( new York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, new jersey, Maryland) 1. founding, and colonial structure ( corporate, proprietary, royal). 2. principle people that were instrumental to founding. 3. economy. 4. religion. 5. governmental structure. 6. important documents. 7. ethnicity/race. 8. relations with Amerindians. 9. social structure. 10. unique aspects or events that help better understand the colony. 11. significant document from any colony in the middle colony. THnxx will appreciate it.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Well I can tell you that New York had an okay relationship with the Indians. They were sold New York for 24 dollars.. Um, I would just google it lol
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  • anonymous
http://www.ushistory.org/us/4.asp http://www.kidinfo.com/american_history/colonization_mid_colonies.html (This website is really helpful)
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  • anonymous
thnxx :)

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no problem (:

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