Presentation on theme: "7th American History Chapter 4 – The Colonies Grow"— Presentation transcript:
17th American History Chapter 4 – The Colonies Grow Guided Reading Activity 4-1
2I. New England Colonies Introduction 1. Immigration, Large Families, Healthy place to live2. Soil was thin and rocky, A lot of trees, Long Winters.
3B. Shipbuilding and Fishing C. South along the Atlantic coast to the West Indies and to Europe.D. The routes between the colonies, west Indies, and Great Britain or Africa.E. The shipping of enslaved Africans to the West Indies
4II. The Middle Colonies New York City and Philadelphia Carpentry, Flour Milling, Lumbering, Mining & IronworkingTolerance
5III. The Southern Colonies Tobacco and Rice1. Tobacco2. RiceB. Tidewater – Flat region along the coast – Large PlantationsBackcountry – Hills and forests climbing up the Appalachian Mountains – Small Farms
6IV. SlaveryStrict rules governing the behavior and punishment of enslaved Africans.They were split up as family members were sold to different Slaveholders/Owners.Puritans, Quakers, Menonites