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English Colonies

Review about the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies

Which country colonized most of the land along the East coast - between the Atlantic ocean and the Appalachian Mountains? England
Which settlement was the first permanent English settlement in North America, was founded by settlers searching for gold, and planted the cash crop tobacco? Jamestown
In the New England colonies, where were town meetings held? the Meeting House
In what ways were the middle and southern colonies similar? They grew and exported cash crops; men and women worked on farms alongside slaves and indentured servants
Which colonial region was settled primarily by people seeking religious freedom? New England colonies
Where did the Middle colonies export cash crops? The Caribbean and European countries
Which colonial region was known for their lumber and shipbuilding? New England
What did all of the colonial regions have in common? self-government
The warm, mild climate fertile soil made which colonies ideal for growing tobacco, rice, and indigo? Southern
What did the settlers of Jamestown decide to do to make money? grow tobacco
What was the soil and climate of the New England colonies? rocky soil, thick forests, and cold climate
Which colonial region did the Quakers settle in, along with others who allowed people to practice any religion freely? Middle colonies
Where did the Pilgrims and Puritans live? New England
What people controlled New York and New Jersey before they became English colonies? The Dutch
Created by: lheppeard