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1st Sem ACP Review

Exploration and Colonization

This country sent their conquistadors to the New World for God, Gold and Glory. Spain
This country made their fortunes in the New World by hunting and trading beaver fur. They also became friends with the Native Americans. France
This country came to the New World in search of religious freedom and economic opportunities. England
This was the first permanent English settlement in North America. Jamestown
Colonies in North America mainly settled near this water source to provide defense and promote trade Rivers
This was an agreement signed by the Pilgrims in 1620 stating that they would consult with each other on rules for the good of the colony. The Mayflower Compact
This colony was known for it's tolerance of religious differences. Rhode Island.
This event in American history brought about religious tolerance and enlightened thinking among the colonists. The Great Awakening
New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are a part of which colonial group? The New England Colonies
New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware are all part of which colonial group? The Middle Colonies
Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia are all part of which colonial group? The Southern Colonies
This English settlement was founded in 1607. Jamestown
Instead of being in competition with the Native Americans the French decided to be what with them? Friends or business partners
What was the growing season like in the New England Colonies? Short
What was the soil like in the Southern Colonies? Rich or fertile.
Why have we learned about the soils and growing seasons in the colonies? It helps us understand the development of their economic activities.
What was the growing season like in the southern colonies> It was long.
Why did the New England colonies turn to the sea for their economic activities? The short growing season and poor soil made farming unprofitable.
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