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Colonial Regions

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fishing and shipbuilding were important New England
Wheat was a major cash crop Middle
triangular trade was important New England
many nationalities lived here/culturally diverse Middle
local government meant town meetings New England
church-supported schools Middle
major religion = Puritan New England
farms/estates were large with indentured servants Middle
slaves worked the large plantations Southern
rice, tobacco, and indigo were the cash crops Southern
private tutors were hired to teach the children Southern
soil was rocky and and subsistence farming was typical New England
1st public schools were built in this region New England
major religion = Anglican Southern
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