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american republic 3

Which colonies weren't particularly British in culture? Middle Colonies, Germans, Scots-Irish, Africans, and other small groups
What colonies used timber for a shipbuilding industry? New England colonies
What colonies used town meetings for a local government? New England colonies
What was the most important crop to the survival of the colonies? Corn
Who had the "power of the purse" in the colonies? The Legislator
Describe the New England colonies. Cold climate, thin, rocky soil, fishing for a living
What term was used to describe the African's journey to the New World? The Middle Passage
What routes did settlers usually follow inland? Rivers
Which Puritan minister translated the Bible into Algonquin? John Eliot
What popular vehicle did the colonists use to move their belongings inland? Conestoga wagons
Created by: lydiajhille