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The 13 English Colonies Three Regions
THEY ARE NOT STATES. • THEY ARE CONTROLLED BY ENGLAND. • THEY MUST FOLLOW KING OR QUEEN RULE.
Three Colony Regions • New England Colonies • Middle Colonies • Southern Colonies
The New England Colonies • Massachusetts • New Hampshire • Rhode Island • Connecticut
New England Colonies Commerce and Religion
Long Winters • Rocky Soil • Subsistent Farming. • Towns, Centers • Sea • Trade
Decline in religion: • 1. $ vs. Faith • 2. Religious competition • 3. Politics (freedom)
The Middle Colonies • Pennsylvania • New York • New Jersey • Delaware
The Middle Colonies Farms and Cities
Shorter winters • Fertile soil • Attracted immigrants from all over • Cities grew
Diversity • Tolerance (religion, culture) • Artisans
The Southern Colonies • North Carolina • South Carolina • Georgia • Virginia • Maryland
The Southern Colonies Plantations and Slavery
Warm climate • Good soil • Needed labor
Year round growing season • Plantations were self-sufficient • No need for cities