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By Ernesto Franco, Sarah Liang, Jaron Ngo
Healthy Fertilizer Superior for your crops. This makes your crops grow 10x larger and more amazing. This will be enough food for you and all your workers to be healthy and strong and ready for work. The healthy crops smell amazing from our fertilizer. The fertilizer is excellent because we put in organic items like worms and flowers which makes the fertilizer smell amazing.
Colony History The colony was founded in 1663 by Eight nobles with a Royal Charter from Charles II. The eight nobles set up a colony in South Carolina to protect England’s land. There were internal problems in the colony and formed North and South Carolina in This means that the colony had different opinions and split apart. South Carolina was one of the wealthiest colonies. South Carolina was wealthy because of all the products sold. In 1776, South Carolina joined up with the 12 of the 13 colonies in rebellion against Great Britain. The 12 of the 13 colonies wanted their own independent country.
The greater number of people in South Carolina were English, German, French, Dutch, Scottish, Welsh, Irish, American Indians and Jewish settlers. Around 1790 an estimated amount of people that lived in South Carolina was 249,073. Normal professions in South Carolina were needle workers, sliver smiths, and glass makers. Some very popular hobbies in South Carolina was playing music and dancing.
Climate/Geography South Carolina has excellent farmland, rich soil and plenty of harbors. South Carolina has very mild and short winters and long and hot summers. South Carolina has warm and damp climate which means growing crops is easy. Three- fifths of South Carolina was covered in forest and had chains of rivers down parallel to the Atlantic Coast.
Economy Had a few large plantations that had shops, farms, and dairy which made the plantations self- sufficient. Grew rice, tobacco, sugar, cotton, and indigo. Indigo and rice made South Carolina one of the wealthiest colonies Had a giant population of slaves and slaves became the primary source of labor.
Religion Religious freedom was offered to the settlers. The workers can freely worship their gods in South Carolina. With all the religious diversity in South Carolina there were many churches to help worship gods for different religions. The three leading religions were Anglicans, Nonconformists from the Church of England, and French Huguenots
Politics/Government South Carolina elected their own legislature, all democratic, had a governor, governor's court, and a court system. The people of the colony were allowed to vote for their legislature and governor. The system of South Carolina’s government is Royal. Means that they were ruled directly by the English monarchy.
Native American Relationship Europeans had a great relationship with the natives. They would trade weapons, furs, knives, and other goods. Around 1715, the relationship became much worse when the Europeans started to treat the natives unfairly and the Europeans started to move in native’s territory. Had The Yaemassee War which was the Europeans versus the Yaemassee tribe because problems of territory but the war ended with a truce. Huge amount of Natives died from diseases after the Europeans arrival because the Natives didn’t have immunity to Europeans diseases.
Conclusion South Carolina is the ideal place for the Widget Company to relocate to sell our land. South Carolina has excellent farmland and rich soil with warm and damp climates ready for you to grow your healthy crops to feed your workers. From the pine forests lumber and naval supplies obtained, and with a great deal of phosphate rock dug in the southern tide water region, creates a supply of fertilizer for export. South Carolina was one of the wealthiest colonies from all the products sold.
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