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What does the term interdepedence mean?
dependence between two or more people, groups, or things. Example, how the colonies were able to get things they could not produce/ they trade to get what they needed.
What is the geography and climate of the Southern Colonies?
Geography -Appalachian Mts., -Piedmont, -Atlantic coastal Plain, -good harbors & rivers Climate -Humid -mild winters & hot summers
What did the Southern colonies specialize in?
Tobacco, cotton, indigo, wood products rice
What is the social and civic life of the Southern Colonies?
Social Plantations (slavery), mansions, indentured servants, few cities, few schools Church of England Civic Counties
What did the Southern Colonies get from the New England Colonies?
The Southern colonies depended on the New England colonies for manufactured goods, including tools and equipment
Name the regions and the colonies that are located in them
New England New Hampshire Massachusetts Connecticut Rhode Island Mid-Atlantic New York New Jersey Delaware Pennsylvania Southern Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia
What are the human and natural resources of the Southern Colonies?
Human farmers enslaved African Americans Indentured servants Natural -fertile land, -rivers, -harbors
What is the social and civic life of the New England Colonies?
Social Village and church as center of life Religious reformers and separatists Civic Town Meetings
What is the geography and climate of the New England colonies?
Geography Appalachian Mountains, Boston harbor, hilly terrain, rocky soil, jagged coastline Climate Moderate summers, cold winters
What are the human and natural resources of the New England Colonies?
Human Skilled craftsmen shopkeepers, Shipbuilders Natural Timber Fish deep harbors
What did the New England Colonies specialize in?
Fishing, shipbuilding, industry, Naval supplies
What did the New England Colonies get from the Southern Colonies?
depended on the Southern colonies for raw materials such as cotton, tobacco, & indigo
What did the New England Colonies get from the Mid- Atlantic Colonies?
Middle Colonies for grain and livestock.
Why did the Separatists establish Plymouth?
Plymouth colony was settled by separatists from the Church of England who wanted to avoid religious persecution
Who & Why was Massachusetts Bay Colony established?
Puritans wanted to avoid religious persecution
Who & why was settled Pennsylvania?
Quakers wanted to have freedom to practice their faith without interference
Who & Why did the debtors start Georgia?
People who had been in debtor’s prisons in England. They hoped to experience a new life in the colony To experience economic freedom and a new life in the New World.
Why did people settle in the 13 English colonies? (2)
Colonies in North America were established for religious and economic reasons
Why was Roanoke Island established?
Economic venture & nicknamed the “Lost Colony ”
Why was Jamestown settled?
Economic venture by the Virginia Company of London in 1607. It is the 1 st permanent settlement in the North America
Who settled Plymouth Colony?
separatists from the Church of England
What is the geography and climate of the Mid-Atlantic colonies?
Geography Appalachian Mts. Coastal lowlands Harbors & bays Climate Moderate winters Mild summers
What are the natural & human resources of the Mid-Atlantic colonies?
Human Unskilled and skilled workers Fisherman Natural Rich farmland rivers
What did the Mid-Atlantic colonies specialize in? (3)
Livestock Grain Fish
What is the social and civic life of the Mid- Atlantic colonies?
Social Varied and diverse lifestyles Diverse religions Civic Market Towns
Describe women in colonial America
Worked as caretakers, houseworkers, & homemakers Cannot vote Had few chances for an education
Describe free African Americans in colonial America
- Were able to own land -had more economic freedom and could work for pay and decide how to spend their money. -not allowed to vote.
Describe enslaved African Americans in Colonial America
- captured in Africa sold to slave traders, shipped to colonies & sold. -owned as property for life with no rights. -born into slavery (children are slaves).
Describe artisans in colonial America
- worked as craftsmen in towns & on plantations. -lived in small villages & cities.
Describe farmers in colonial America
-worked the land according to the region. -relied on family members for labor.
Describe indentured servants in Colonial America
Consisted of men and women who did not have money for passage to the colonies & who agreed to work w/o pay for the person who paid for their passage. Were free at the end of their contract.
Describe large landowners in Colonial America
-lived predominately in the South. -relied on indentured servants &/or slaves for work. -were educated in some cases -had rich culture
Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 8Q 13Q 18 Q 23 Q 9 Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 10Q 15Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy Colonization.
Life in the Colonies. New England Colonies Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut Geography and Climate: –Appalachian Mountains.
Warm-up Using your early colonies chart, complete the flip book we began making last class.
Colonial Regions New England Mid-Atlantic Southern.
THIS IS With Hostess... Your PeopleColonies Politics and Social Life GeographyNatural Resources Economics or Politics?
Life in the Colonies. **Words to Know** Social: Interactions among people Political: Referring to politics or government.
Interactions of People and Environment Objective: The student will compare and contrast life in the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Southern colonies,
Specialization and Interdependence in the Colonies by Mrs. Brown & Ms. Strassner.
Development of a Colonial Identity New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies.
Please take a few minutes to answer: What do you know about the colonial regions? What do you know about the climate or goods that they each produced?
Life in the 13 Colonies What were some similarities and differences between the three colonial regions?
Colonial America. Roanoke Roanoke – the lost colony Economic venture.
Colony Connections Date!! The three colonial regions are: New England Middle Southern.
Social Groups of Colonial America. Large Landowners Lived mostly in the south Relied on indentured servants and/or slaves for labor. Were educated in.
Colonial America USI. 5 a-d Lesson 1 Reasons for Colonization USI. 5a.
Colonial Regions Environment, Culture, and Migration.
USI.5b. Vocab Specialization- Focusing on making one or a few products Any specialization today? Resources- the raw materials, people, and equipment.
Geography, Economy, Social Life, Political/Civic Life The Next Step in Colonies.
Which colonies are New England?. New England COLONIES Massachusetts-MA New Hampshire-NH Rhode Island-RI Connecticut-CT.
Colonial America USI.5A-D. Colony – land controlled by another country -
The 13 colonies are like one big grocery store.. DIVERSITY.
Maine, New Hampshire, (Vermont), Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island.
The Southern Colonies SOL USI.5b: The student will demonstrate knowledge of the factors that shaped colonial America by: b) describing life in the New.
Colonial Reasons, Settlements and Regions Review TO CREATE A REVIEW SHEET – TO BE TURNED IN WEDNESDAY WHEN YOU TEST… EXTRA CREDIT FOR HAVING IT SIGNED.
© Crown Jewels 4 Learning, Physical features include: The Appalachian Mountains The Appalachian Mountains The Boston Harbor The Boston Harbor.
FOA So far, we’ve discussed two of the three colonial regions (South & Middle) and you’ve researched the New England colonies. Based on what you’ve found,
TRADE between…. England Africa American colonies Is called what??
New England Colonies SOL USI.5b: The student will demonstrate knowledge of the factors that shaped colonial America by: b) describing life in the New England,
The Colonial Regions. Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut New Hampshire.
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THREE COLONIAL REGIONS Geographical Characteristics Make a Difference Essential Question: What influence did the environment have on the economy and settlement.
Jumpstart Review your New England organizers from yesterday. In your notebook, create a t-chart and compare the colonies discussed. What similarities.
THE 13 ORIGINAL COLONIES Exploring the who, when, where, and why behind the 13 original colonies of Early America. By: Ms. Keller.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Directions: Scroll through the presentation and enter the answers (which are really the questions) and the questions.
The New England, Middle and Southern Colonies. Why Settle? English settlers established colonies in North America for many reasons. Some colonies were.
Colonial Regions. The Three Regions New England Colonies Middle Colonies Southern Colonies.
Mid-Atlantic, or Middle, Colonies SOL USI.5b: The student will demonstrate knowledge of the factors that shaped colonial America by: b) describing life.
The Thirteen Colonies New England Colonies (4) Middle Colonies (4) Southern Colonies (5)
Early colonization Welcome to the new world. Where did the early colonists travel from? Where did they go? Europe North America.
Hilly land, rocky soil, and a jagged coastline. Dense forests. Summers were mild and the winters were cold.
Jumpstart Find your partner that has the match to your note card – Definition & vocabulary word – Date & significance – Person & significance Sit with.
Regions: Northern Middle Southern Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware Virginia, Maryland,
Day 1 Bell Work: Glue map to page of your ISN Label the 13 colonies. Shade each region a different. Create a map key to show the different regions. Use.
Motivations? Obstacles? Accomplishments? Who went where?
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