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Who were the founders of the middle colonies?

The Middle Colonies, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and Delaware, made up the middle region of the original thirteen colonies. New York and New Jersey were originally Dutch, but later taken by the British. Pennsylvania and Delaware were both founded by William Penn.

Why were the Middle Colonies known as the melting pot?

The middle colonies were very popular because of the "freedom of religion," that was allowed to occur without any interference from anyone. Including the government. You had various religions and kinds of people. Some included, English, French, German, Welsh, Irish, and Scottish.

What are the two groups of the American Revolution?

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There were arguably eighteen colonies in mainland North America after 1774 and on the eve of Revolution. The original Thirteen Colonies were Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts (to which Maine belonged), and New Hampshire. East and West Florida were ceded from Spain in 1763, while Quebec was ceded from France in the same year. The other two colonies were Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Hope that this helps.

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