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1 What does the term interdepedence mean?

2 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.

3 What is the geography and climate of the Southern Colonies?

4 Geography -Appalachian Mts., -Piedmont, -Atlantic coastal Plain, -good harbors & rivers Climate -Humid -mild winters & hot summers

5 What did the Southern colonies specialize in?

6 Tobacco, cotton, indigo, wood products rice

7 What is the social and civic life of the Southern Colonies?

8 Social Plantations (slavery), mansions, indentured servants, few cities, few schools Church of England Civic Counties

9 What did the Southern Colonies get from the New England Colonies?

10 The Southern colonies depended on the New England colonies for manufactured goods, including tools and equipment

11 Name the regions and the colonies that are located in them

12 New England New Hampshire Massachusetts Connecticut Rhode Island Mid-Atlantic New York New Jersey Delaware Pennsylvania Southern Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia

13 What are the human and natural resources of the Southern Colonies?

14 Human farmers enslaved African Americans Indentured servants Natural -fertile land, -rivers, -harbors

15 What is the social and civic life of the New England Colonies?

16 Social Village and church as center of life Religious reformers and separatists Civic Town Meetings

17 What is the geography and climate of the New England colonies?

18 Geography Appalachian Mountains, Boston harbor, hilly terrain, rocky soil, jagged coastline Climate Moderate summers, cold winters

19 What are the human and natural resources of the New England Colonies?

20 Human Skilled craftsmen shopkeepers, Shipbuilders Natural Timber Fish deep harbors

21 What did the New England Colonies specialize in?

22 Fishing, shipbuilding, industry, Naval supplies

23 What did the New England Colonies get from the Southern Colonies?

24 depended on the Southern colonies for raw materials such as cotton, tobacco, & indigo

25 What did the New England Colonies get from the Mid- Atlantic Colonies?

26 Middle Colonies for grain and livestock.

27 Why did the Separatists establish Plymouth?

28 Plymouth colony was settled by separatists from the Church of England who wanted to avoid religious persecution

29 Who & Why was Massachusetts Bay Colony established?

30 Puritans wanted to avoid religious persecution

31 Who & why was settled Pennsylvania?

32 Quakers wanted to have freedom to practice their faith without interference

33 Who & Why did the debtors start Georgia?

34 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.

35 Why did people settle in the 13 English colonies? (2)

36 Colonies in North America were established for religious and economic reasons

37 Why was Roanoke Island established?

38 Economic venture & nicknamed the “Lost Colony ”

39 Why was Jamestown settled?

40 Economic venture by the Virginia Company of London in It is the 1 st permanent settlement in the North America

41 Who settled Plymouth Colony?

42 separatists from the Church of England

43 What is the geography and climate of the Mid-Atlantic colonies?

44 Geography Appalachian Mts. Coastal lowlands Harbors & bays Climate Moderate winters Mild summers

45 What are the natural & human resources of the Mid-Atlantic colonies?

46 Human Unskilled and skilled workers Fisherman Natural Rich farmland rivers

47 What did the Mid-Atlantic colonies specialize in? (3)

48 Livestock Grain Fish

49 What is the social and civic life of the Mid- Atlantic colonies?

50 Social Varied and diverse lifestyles Diverse religions Civic Market Towns

51 Describe women in colonial America

52 Worked as caretakers, houseworkers, & homemakers Cannot vote Had few chances for an education

53 Describe free African Americans in colonial America

54 - 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.

55 Describe enslaved African Americans in Colonial America

56 - 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).

57 Describe artisans in colonial America

58 - worked as craftsmen in towns & on plantations. -lived in small villages & cities.

59 Describe farmers in colonial America

60 -worked the land according to the region. -relied on family members for labor.

61 Describe indentured servants in Colonial America

62 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.

63 Describe large landowners in Colonial America

64 -lived predominately in the South. -relied on indentured servants &/or slaves for work. -were educated in some cases -had rich culture


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