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History of Maryland

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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 ....

Both Pennsylvania and Maryland were established to - Answers.com

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Both Pennsylvania and Maryland were established to? ... The Pennsylvania Colony was established because William Penn was in possession of a land grant  ...

The Founding of the American Colonies - QR Codes in Marketing

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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 ...

The Colonies | Maryland - Small Planet Communications, Inc.

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Colonial America: Maryland was established in 1632 and became a haven ... Most of these Native Americans were Woodland Indians who spoke an Algonquian language. ... success, Cecil invited both Catholics and Protestants to settle Maryland. .... conflict with another growing colony on its northern border, Pennsylvania.

Mason and Dixon draw a line - Oct 18, 1767 - HISTORY.com

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As part of Maryland and Pennsylvania's adherence to this royal command, Mason .... was pregnant, creating a scandal because both Lennon and Ono were still.

1681-1776: The Quaker Province | PHMC > Pennsylvania History

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The King signed the Charter of Pennsylvania on March 4, 1681, and it was officially ... England late in 1684, the foundations of the Quaker Province were well established. ... During the colonial period, William Penn and his heirs were both Proprietors and .... Maryland's Charter of 1632 extended to the Delaware River above .....

America as a Religious Refuge: The Seventeenth Century, Part 1 ...

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The New England colonies, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland were conceived and established "as plantations of religion." Some settlers who arrived in ...

Cresap's War | Now I Know

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Oct 2, 2012 ... In the early 1720s, Pennsylvania and Maryland were in the midst of a border dispute. ... would never intersect with the rest of the border thereby established. ... Cresap and a workman on his ferry, casting both into the water.

Placing Pennsylvania on the Map: The First Steps

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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 ...

PENNSYLVANIA ON THE EVE OF COLONIZATION

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Houses were made of bark, clothing from the skins of animals. ... tribe who lived along the Susquehanna in Pennsylvania and Maryland. ... During the colonial wars their alliance or their neutrality was eagerly sought by both the French and the British. The Senecas, the westernmost tribe, established villages on the upper  ...

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13 colonies and their Reasons for Founding flashcards | Quizlet

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Maryland. (Southern Colony) It was founded by Lord Baltimore and other Catholics for religious freedom.. Pennsylvania. (Middle Colony) It was founded ...

Proprietary Colonies *** - Colonial America

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Proprietary Colonies were run under a colonial charter agreement, which was ... War, there were three propriety colonies: Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania ... Proprietary Colonies: The proprietors established land grants and purchases ...

America as a Religious Refuge: The Seventeenth Century, Part 2 ...

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Although they were victims of religious persecution in Europe, the Puritans supported the ... of Independence, Jewish settlers had established several thriving synagogues. ... By 1685 as many as 8,000 Quakers had come to Pennsylvania. .... Until the American Revolution, Catholics in Maryland were dissenters in their own ...