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The First Thirteen U.S Colonies



 

 

New England Colonies  Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island

Middle Colonies New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware

Southern Colonies  Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia

The 13 Colonies (history.com A&E)

Archiving Early Americaprimary source documents, portrayals of famous americans,rare photos, notable women, videos

Mr. Nussbaum - 13 Colonies Region - map, climate, geography, religion, economy

Colonial Williamsburg-discover the world's largest living history museum; restored buildings and costumed interpretors bring the colonial period in Virginia to life

Jamestowne Rediscovery- the original site of the first permanent English settlement

Plimoth Plantation-permanent indoor and outdoor exhibits tell the complex and interwoven stories of two distinct cultures - English and Native

Jamestown/Yorktown- two living-history museums that explore the story of America’s beginnings, from the founding of America’s first permanent English colony in 1607 to the Revolution

PBS Colonial House - an interactive tool to learn more about Colonial times, language, dress and the land. (some links are inactive)

 

Colonization - Timeline

Gilder Lehrman: Colonization & Settlement 1585 - 1763  - interactive timeline

The History Place: Early Colonial Era

America's Story Jump Back in Time: Colonial Time

 

World Book Search

World Book Advanced Search

 

Facts on File: American History

American History Facts on File Search

 

Old English

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Plimoth Plantation: Talk Like a Pilgrim

History.org: Word of the Day

American Heritage: Lost Words of Colonial America

University of Groningen: Colonial documents from 1600 - 1650

 

Colonial Cooking

Food Timeline/ALA Approved: Colonial & Early American Fare (recipes & history)

Plimoth Plantation: New England Recipes (native americans & pilgrims)

Small Planet: Colonial Cuisine (history of colonial food and links to recipes found on other sites)

Colonial Williamsburg: Colonial food blog & other selected recipes

Colonial Cooking Channel: JA Townsend

Colonial Cooking Blog Savoring the Past

Music of Colonial Times

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