Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
- Found in 1638 by Peter Minuit and the New Sweden Company. The reason to
- Agriculture and mixed farming is the main money maker but so was manufacturing of iron ore.
- In 1770 the population was an estimate to 35,496.
- The native tribes there was Nanticoke and Lenni Lenape.
- There was no religion base in Delaware but it gave freedom to the Quakers, Catholics, Lutherans, Jews, and others.
- Found in 1664 by Henry Hudson and York of Duke.
- The fur trade was the money maker but so was agriculture.
- It started as a Proprietary colony then became a Royal colony.
- In 1770 there was an estimate of 162,920.
- The native tribes there was Iroquois and Algonquian.
- There was no religion base, so it was open to Quakers, Lutherans and others.
- Found in1664 by Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret.
- Was the breadbasket colony so they grew a lot of wheat.
- Colony was started off as an Proprietary colony. In 1770 the estimate population was 117,431.
- The native American tribe there was Lenni Lenape.
- The religion base was Anglican.
- Was found in 1682 by William Penn. It was established for freedom of religion.
- Cash Crop was wheat, also made money in textiles, lumber, and fur trade.
- It started out as a Proprietary colony.
- The estimate for the population in 1770 is 240,057.
- The Natives there was the Shawnee and Senca.
- There was no religion base so it was open but there was mainly Quakers.
Thirteen Colonies: the Middle Colonies