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Chapter 4

The three colonies climates, characteristics, people and resources

QuestionAnswer
How long is the growing season in the New England Colony? 3-5 months
What do the middle colonies mostly grow? Corn, wheat, and rye
How does the south work their plantations? Using slaves
Which colony has few slaves and cold long winters? The New England colonies
Which colony grows rice and tobacco? The Souther colonies
Which colony has big cities and diverse religion? The Middle colonies
Which colony has orchards and meadows? The Middle colonies
Which colony is the least fertile? The New England colonies
Describe the New england colonies. Long Winters, short growing season, mountains and rocky hills, good access to atlantic ocean, mostly puritan religion
Describe the Middle colonies. Costal plains, piedmont, moderately fertile soil, diverse religion, big cities
Describe the Southern Colonies. Plantations, slaves, cotton, rice and tobacco, very fertile, long growing seasons, costal plains
Created by: lci