Some interesting Facts are that tobacco was really found by the
indians not the colonists
I have no idea? Who would know!
Maryland is in the southern colonies, was founded on 1634, there leader was Lord Baltimore
Maryland was a southern colony
Maryland is a middle colony
Maryland was a southern colony.
it was a catholic escape from England in the 1600's thru the 1700's --- Er....No, that's an obvious fact, not a interesting one. I'm looking for interesting facts on colonial Maryland too, actually. a
the capital of the colony of Maryland was Annapolis.
king Charles was the founder of Maryland colony.
what was the success and failures of maryland colony
The original colony of Maryland was founded in 1634.
No, Maryland was not a joint stock colony. Maryland as known as a proprietary colony in 1638, founded by Lord Baltimore.
Maryland colony is located in the southern colonies. Maryland is surrounded by Delaware and Virginia.
Colonial Maryland Facts: nonononononono
Yes, Maryland was the first proprietary colony.
Maryland was founded as a Catholic colony.
Francis Scott Key wrote a poem and it is now 'The Star Spangled Banner', Maryland is only about 1 mile wide; it is the narrowest state in the United States.
The colony of Maryland ws founded in 1632 The colony of Maryland ws founded in 1632
Maryland was a Colony in New England from 1632-1776. Maryland wasn't an African Colony and had no relations with any African colonies.
Maryland colony was officially established in 1664. Hope this works for you!
Maryland became a royal colony in 1691
George Calvert established the colony of Maryland.
The colony of Maryland was founded as a safe haven for English Catholics. The economy of Maryland focused on tobacco.
There was 6,000 colonist in Maryland Colony there was 2 colonist in marylands conony
they called Maryland for quin Mary
The main religion in the colony of Maryland was Protestant. The other religion in the colony was Catholic. The two religions clashed and in 1649 they passed the Maryland Religious Tolerance Act.
well there were 3 people to try to discover Maryland but the real person to discover the colony Maryland was lord Baltimore.
Yes the state of Maryland was a southern colony of the original 13 colonies. Maryland was created in 1632 by George Calvert.
Cecil Calvert wanted the colony of Maryland to be a refuge for fellow Catholics, especially those who fled England. Calvert served as the Proprietor of the Maryland colony.
The colony of Maryland.
It was a proprietary colony
The New England Colony.
Maryland was the Catholic colony
The education in the Maryland colony was a main priority. The colony worked very hard to establish free schools so as to improve the literacy rate in the colony.
A major reason for the founding of the Maryland colony was to create a refuge for the Catholics.
it was a Proprietary and a Royal Colony. -Clitorisandra
Maryland was discovered by Boltimore the 1st.
lord baltimore founded maryland
The charter for the Maryland colony was granted to the 2nd Baron Baltimore on 20 June 1632. Maryland Day is 25 March, commemorating the arrival of the first settlers in the colony in 1634.
The Maryland colony was founded by Lord Baltimore. Lord Baltimore created this colony after England. There were brick houses and winding roads.
St. MaryÕs City is the first colonial settlement and city in the colony of Maryland. It was also the colony of MarylandÕs capital.
The colony you seek is Maryland.
it was a colony in maryland i know that. If that helps (:
he called it maryland colony
Maryland was the first proprietary colony founded in the New World. The charter for the colony was granted by the King, but in reality the Lord Proprietor had complete authority to administer the colony as he saw fit.
The Calverts of England founded the Maryland Colony.
The Province of Maryland
tobacco was the economy dependent of Maryland
No. The Virginia Colony holds that title.
Yes, it became a royal colony in 1691.
No, it wasn't a southern colony at all.