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Massachusetts Connecticut New Hampshire Rhode Island New England Colonies
Came so they could practice their religion Came to make money Mostly farmers and fishermen Grew corn and wheat
New England Colonies-Economy Made furniture, especially chairs Made ships Fished Grew corn and wheat
New England Colonies- Agriculture Grew corn and wheat Bad soil for crops Short season for crops
New England Colonies- Education Parent believed children should learn Christianity Taught to read so they could read the Bible School started at 6am
New England Colonies-Food Ate corn Grew wheat and barley Fish Ate pigs and cows
New England Colonies-Clothing Girls wore simple dresses mostly made by wool linen, or cotton, and wore aprons Boys wore breeches, waistcoats, hats, and stockings
Middle Colonies Delaware Pennsylvania New York New Jersey
Middle Colonies-Economy They sold what they grew. If they had a bad season they probably wouldn’t have much to eat or drink.
Middle Colonies-Education School starts at 7:00 a.m. Boys and girls studied art, music, French, needle work and girls learned how to nurse.
Middle Colonies - Food They grew apples, wheat, corn, tobacco. They also ate chickens, pigs, cows. They hunted for deer, rabbits and turkey.
Middle Colonies-Clothing Girls wore simple dresses Most of the clothing was made out of wool. They usually wore wigs
The Southern Colonies Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia
Southern Colonies -Economy Mainly grew tobacco, rice grapes, and indigo Most growing was done on plantations
Southern Colonies - Education School days started at 9:00am Learned how to read Only read the Bible Girls mostly learned basics of life Said prayers then read verses of the Bible
Southern Colonies-Food Ate chickens, pigs, cows, clams, and fish Hunted deer, rabbits, and turkeys
Southern Colonies – Men's Clothing Breeches, reached just below knees Ruffles on neck Banyan-loose gown
Southern Colonies- Women's Clothing Simple dresses made by wool Wore aprons Wore wigs Most woman only had two pairs of clothing
The Thirteen Colonies 3 Sections New England Colonies (green) Middle Colonies (purple) Southern Colonies (red)
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