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Life in the Northern Colonies. Chapter 3 Section 3 (part 1). Middle Colonies Economy. The economy of the middle colonies was based around family farming. Farmers grew several different kinds of crops (unlike in the South) (No plantations).

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Life in the northern colonies

Life in the Northern Colonies

Chapter 3

Section 3 (part 1)


Middle colonies economy

Middle Colonies Economy

  • The economy of the middle colonies was based around family farming.

  • Farmers grew several different kinds of crops (unlike in the South)

    (No plantations)

The economy also had an iron industry and ports at Philadelphia and New York City


New england economy

New England Economy

  • The Fishing industry thrived in New England

  • Lumber Industry/Shipbuilding

  • Rum from West Indies is distilled in New England


Northern cities

Northern Cities

  • Unlike the South, the North has several large cities

  • (Philadelphia by the 1700s is the 2nd largest city in the British Empire)

  • Colonial cities were advanced for the time with paved streets, parks, and police


Life in the northern colonies

Colonial Boston Street


Problems in cities

Problems in cities

  • Fire

  • Disease

  • Poverty (orphans/ widows)


Immigration

Immigration

  • In 1700 the colonies were about 80-85% British

  • The colonies become more diverse with immigration


Slavery in the north

Slavery in the North

  • Slavery did exist in the North until after the Revolutionary War

  • Smaller scale than in the South


Women in the north

Women in the North

  • Fewer rights than men

  • If they did work their wages were given to their husband or father

  • Could not buy or sell property

  • Puritan society was partiachal


Salem witch trial

Salem Witch Trial

  • 1692 two puritan girls accuse several women in their small town of practicing witchcraft.

  • When accused by the girls some of the women accuse other women leading to fear and paranoia across New England

  • After trials filled with false evidence 18 women and 1 man are hung. (150 imprisoned)


Life in the northern colonies

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