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TRADE between…. England Africa American colonies Is called what??
TRIANGULAR TRADE American Colonies England Africa
Which colonies were settled For religious reasons?
Massachusetts Bay Plymouth Pennsylvania were Settled for religious freedom
What was the SPECIALIZATION ?? For New England, Middle & Southern colonies
New England Mid-AtlanticSouthern fishing ship metal tools building livestock grains rice cotton
Which colony is known as the Debtors Colony?
Georgia I will pay the debt back!!
Which colonies were settled For economic reasons?
Jamestown GEORGIA Roanoke were Settled for economics
3. What is another name for the Pilgrims? 2. What was the name of their colony? 1. Why did the Pilgrims settle in America?
PLYMOUTH colony Pilgrims = Separatists Settled for religious freedom & to avoid religious persecution 1. 2. 3.
Was founded by the “Society of Friends” also called?? was the proprietor(owner) of Pennsylvania
William Penn (proprietor)
What is an ARTISAN?
ARTISAN - craftsmen with a specific trade such as: soap maker candlestick maker carpenter blacksmith silversmith or coppersmith
MAYFLOWER COMPACT Who signed it??
A document signed by the PILGRIMS/SEPARATISTS We are all In agreement! Let’s sign
Cash crops Long growing season Slave labor Hot & humid climate Large land owners Which section is this??? New England, Middle, or Southern?
It’s so hot & humid! SOUTHERN COLONIES slaves Tobacco-cash crop large land owners
Which section is this??? New England, Middle, or Southern? Ship building fishing Moderate summers Harsh winters Jagged coastlines town meetings
NEW ENGLAND harsh winters fishing shipbuilding & naval supplies
Diversity Rich farmlands grains Which section is this???
MID-ATLANTIC grains farms = different
Who controlled trade between the colonies and other countries?
The English Parliament
SLAVES True or False? Were owned as property? Were indentured servants? Born into slavery? First brought over by the Dutch? Owned as property?
What is an indentured servant?
Men & women who agreed to work without pay for a certain period (usually 5-7 yrs.) of time in exchange for passage to America & were free at end of contract.
What kind of job could a WOMAN in the colonies have?
Could have jobs such as: Homemakers Caretakers Housekeepers
I explored the southwest U.S. & found the Grand Canyon for Spain WHO AM I ?
Founded Quebec Called the ‘Father of New France’ explored eastern Canada explored the St. Lawrence River Valley
JOHN CABOT 1. Where in North America did I explore? 2. What country did I claim this land for?
1. East coast of North America 2. England
Where did ROBERT LASALLE explore & for which country? Remember L & M
Claimed the Mississippi River Valley for France LaSalle & Mississippi
The CONTINENTAL DIVIDE is in which region???
ROCKY MOUNTAINS REGION contains the CONTINENTAL DIVIDE
What happened to the Colonies when the war was over???
were imposed on the colonist to help pay for the war New English
Proclamation of ??? ? Marked the end of the?? Law that prevents colonists from __ __due to Indian attacks ? ? ?
Proclamation of 1763 Marked the end of the French & Indian War Law that prevents colonists from __ __due to Indian attacks Colonist Land Speculator British soldier Fur Trapper
Who learned fighting skills during the French and Indian war? He later became a commander during the Revolutionary War!
What does SPECIALIZATION mean?
Specialization Is something that a colony or person is REALLY good at. (They specialize in something) Focusing on 1 or a few products
What were the New England colonies dependent on the Middle colonies for?
New England colonies were dependent on the Middle colonies for Grains and Livestock
What were the New England colonies dependent on the Southern colonies for?
New England was dependent on the Southern colonies for Crops cotton tobacco indigo
What were the Middle colonies dependent on the Southern colonies for?
Middle colonies were dependent on the Southern colonies for Crops cotton tobacco indigo
What were the Middle colonies dependent on the New England colonies for?
The Middle colonies depended on the New England colonies for Metal tools and equipment
What were the Southern colonies dependent on the New England colonies for?
The Southern colonies depended on the New England colonies for Metal tools and equipment
What were the Southern colonies dependent on the Middle colonies for ?
Southern colonies were dependent on the Middle colonies for Grains and Livestock
Which colonies are New England?. New England COLONIES Massachusetts-MA New Hampshire-NH Rhode Island-RI Connecticut-CT.
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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.
Colonial Regions New England Mid-Atlantic Southern.
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