The Dutch and the Swedes were the first white settlers in the area that became New Jersey. When the British took over control of the colony, the King gave control of the colony to his brother, the Duke of York, who in turn gave the colony to his two friends, Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret. They allowed settlers religious and political freedom in the colony, so many different groups settled the area. The early religious groups were Anglican, Puritan, Quaker, and Calvinist.
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they wanted freedom of religion. the king limited them to one religion, so they set off for a new land where they can be free.
The Dutch were the first settlers of New Jersey followed by the Swedes and the English.
Yes, it was. It was founded as one of the middle colonies. Technically, New Jersey is not the first colony. Delaware is the first colony and state.
some kind of religion that like Roanoke and they are settlers
What colony? Jamestown- first settlers and made it popular
the first log houses that were built from settlers were in Delaware
What three commands did the king give to the first settlers of Jamestown colony
Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts, 1620.
New Jersey was first a proprietary colony when it separated from New York but in 1702, New Jersey became a royal colony and was under the direct control of the English crown.
Which English colony in North America was the first to offer complete religious freedom to its settlers?
The first settlers moved to the Americas and established the Roanoke Colony.
The Atlantic Ocean.
The first Quaker Colony in North America was located in Salem, New Jersey.
The first settlers of New Jersey were Catholics, Jews, Lutherans, and Quakers.
It was a prison colony so most of the first settlers were british prisoners