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    1. How the 13 Colonies Were Born New England-Shyann Middle-Tamara Southern-Jennifer

    2. Whythe 13 colonies were founded • The reason why the 13 colonies were founded is because people wanted other people to get into different religions and wanted to get money by making foods and selling it . So that is why people went out and founded some of the 13 colonies that still remain in our history today.

    3. MIDDLE

    4. SOUTHERN

    5. NEW ENGLAND

    6. SOUTHERN • Georgia • [left]Okefenokee Swamp • Etowah Mounds • Ocmulge National Monument

    7. SOUTHERN • Virginia • [left]Assateage Island • Chinocoteague National Wildlife Refuge • New Port News Shipbuilding Company

    8. MIDDLE • Delaware • Nemours Garden and mansion • Old Swedes Church • [left]Rehoboth Bay

    9. SOUTHERN • South Carolina • Fort Mill • [Left] Blue Ridge Mt.Region • Catawba Hunter Statue

    10. NEW ENGLAND • Connecticut • [Left] Fort Griswold • Windor • Dinosaur State Park

    11. SOUTHERN • NorthCarolina • [left]Cape Hatteras • Piedmont • Great Smokies

    12. MIDDLE • Pennsylvania • [Left] Independence Hall • Lake Erie • Allegheny National Forest

    13. NEW ENGLAND • Rhode Island • Newport Bridge[right] • Narragansett Bay • Old Stone Mill

    14. MIDDLE • New York • Ausable Lake • [left]Adirondack Mountains • Hudson River

    15. MIDDLE • New Jersey • [left]Atlantic city • Passaic river • Sports complex

    16. NEW ENGLAND • New Hampshire • [left]Pemigewasset River • Old Man Of The Mountain • Berlin

    17. SOUTHERN • Maryland • Agriculture • Chesapeake Bay • [left]Harbor-Inn

    18. NEW ENGLAND • Massachusetts • Cap Code • Boston Harbor[right] • Charles River

    19. KEY FOUNDING FATHERS The most important Colony founders that we discovered were the English colonists. They founded New Jersey, South Carolina, and Virginia. The English colonists that found Virginia sailed a ship there. Some of the people out of 104 people on that ship were John Smith, Captain Newport, and Captain Christopher.

    20. Daily Colonel Life • The daily life for a colonist was much stricter than life today.

    21. RELIGION • MIDDLE • The middle colonists had a mixture of religions. There were Quakers, Catholics, Lutherans, Jews and others. • SOUTHERN • The Southern colonists mandated Virginians to worship in the Angelican Church. Virginia did not tolerat non-Christians • NEW ENGLAND • The New England colonists were Puritans who lived very striked lives. They came to live Gods laws.

    22. FARMING!!! • Farming was VERY important!!! In the Middle colonies farming was famous. They grew wheat, corn, and oats. They also raised farm animals like cows, chickens, pigs, and sheep. Farming in the Southern colonies was also important. The soil was very good for the Southern colonists plantations. Farming in the New England colonies was hard because of all the trees and rocky soil. So the colonists were very stricked about farming.

    23. SLAVERY • In the Middle colonies marriage was not encouraged among the slaves by their owners. Most slaves were field hands but there were also house servants. The house servants lived in better conditions though. In the Southern colonies slaves worked on big plantations. Slavery was actually legal back then!! In New England slaves arrived in 1619. They were called servants not slaves.