2 Tuesday, November 12th DSS Questions What were the three regions of the 13 colonies?Which region was North Carolina in?What state do we know today that was apart of Massachusetts colony?What was the mother country of the 13 colonies?
3 Wednesday, November 13th DSS Questions What was the first successful English colony in the New World?Name three of the five Southern Colonies.Who was the founder of Pennsylvania colony?Who was the colony of New York named after?
4 Thursday, November 14th DSS Questions What was the main reason for founding the New England colonies?What colony did William Penn lead and what was special about it?Name two of the Quakers beliefs.
5 5th Period: Come in, take out your laptops and go to Quizlet.com
6 Good Morning Sunshines! Get your DSS notebook and your ISNs and open to your chart from yesterday!
7 13 Original ColoniesGet out a pencil, a ruler from the back table and three colored pencils.
8 Colonies Chart COLONY DATE FOUNDED LEADER(S) IMPORTANT FACTS Make a chart :4 columns across the top14 rows down the sides (one at the top for titles, and 13 for colonies)I made each of my rows about 1 inch and 1/4
9 3 regionsNew England ColoniesMiddle ColoniesSouthern Colonies
10 New England Colonies Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut New Hampshire
26 New England Region IMPORTANT FACTS: Society: Motive for Founding: Status based on religionReligious freedomStrict societyEconomics:Government:ShipbuildingDirect DemocracyFishingConducted through town meetingsLumberingCovenant community based on religionSubsistence farmingManufacturing
27 Middle Regions IMPORTANT FACTS: Society: Motive for Founding: More relaxed than New England coloniesMoney, trade, religionStrong middle classReligious tolerationEconomics:Small scale farmingGovernment:Ship-buildingDemocraticTradeEmphasis on culture and religionMiddle Class
28 Southern Region IMPORTANT FACTS: Motive for Founding: Society: Religious freedom (no persecution)Based on family status (nobles) and landStrict social classesEconomics:Plantations (tobacco, rice, indigo, cotton)Government:Near the coastHouse of BurgessesTrading1st elected government in the coloniesHuntingFarming
30 House of BurgessesFirst legislative (elected) government in North AmericaBegan in VirginiaStarted by the Virginia CompanyTheir goal was to encourage English craftsmen to settle in North America to make the colony more inhabitable (livable) to the other colonists“Burgess” means an elected or appointed official of a city or town to represent the people living there (in a borough)