The recorded history of Maryland dates back to when Europeans began
exploring the area, starting with John Cabot in 1498. The first European
settlements were made in 1634, when the English arrived ....
Offer a haven for certain religious groups.
The original 13 colonies of America were founded on the eastern coast of what ...
and Pennsylvania, and the Southern colonies, which included Maryland and
Georgia. ... The colony of Connecticut was originally established by the Dutch in
The New England colonies, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland were
conceived and established "as plantations of religion." Some settlers who arrived
In the meantime, thriving Spanish colonies had been established in Mexico, the
... later to become the state of Maryland; the Carolinas and Pennsylvania were
given as ... And many colonists in Pennsylvania and North Carolina were
dissidents .... a brilliant man learned in the law, who questioned both the right of
taking the ...
As part of Maryland and Pennsylvania's adherence to this royal command,
Mason .... was pregnant, creating a scandal because both Lennon and Ono were
[ New York | Delaware | New Jersey | Pennsylvania ] [ Virginia | Maryland | North
Carolina | South Carolina | Georgia ] ... Sir Walter Raleigh tried to establish a
colony called Roanoke in the land which the ... Most of those original Jamestown
settlers were after profit, mainly riches in the form of gold and other precious
This led to problems both in everyday society and within the government. ....
Those who first settled in Maryland were also fleeing religious persecution. ...
founder of Pennsylvania ("Penn's Woods") and planner of Philadelphia,
established a ...
Feb 25, 2016 ... The Spanish were established in Florida, but by 1680 had no ... original Maryland
map of 1635 might have been examined, however both were ...
The western boundary of Pennsylvania was established in William Penn's 1681
... landmarks which define the future Maryland-Pennsylvania-Virginia borders ...
England and France were rivals for control of land and the North America fur
trade ..... and the opportunity for Virginia to control the Forks of the Ohio both died