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New England Colonies

Info from Alex, Mikey, Mairead, Kyle, and Elise's glogs

SHIPBUILDING There were a lot of forests in the New England colonies. By the 1700's, New England people made about 150 ships a year.
THE TRIANGULAR TRADE People traded: rum, iron, and other manufactured goods, and enslaved Africans. The ships were always packed.
FISHING New England people loved fish- especially cod! Cape Cod is actually named for that popular fish.
WINDOWS Glass was very expensive in the 1700's, so, many homes had 1-3 windows.
THE SALEM WITCH TRIALS Many people would accuse their neighbors in order to get their land. 20 percent of the women put on trial were killed.
THE GREAT AWAKENING The Great Awakening was supposed to make children feel more connected to the church.
WOOD Wood became the number 1 product
MEETING HOUSES Women and men sat apart from each other. The meetinghouse was the most important building in Puritan religion and government.
ANNE HUTCHINSON a spirirtual advisor.
Roger Williams founded Rhode island
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