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Colonial America SOL

Virginia USI.5 Colonial America

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Roanoke Island (Lost Colony) was established as an economic venture
the first permanent English settlement in North America (1607) Jamestown
Jamestown was established as an economic venture
Who established Jamestown? Virginia Company
Plymouth Colony was settled by separatists from the Church of England
Why was Plymouth Colony settled? to avoid religious persecution
Massachusetts Bay Colony was settled by Puritans
Why was the Massachusetts Bay Colony settled? avoid religious persecution.
Pennsylvania was settled by Quakers
Why was Pennsylvania settled? freedom to practice faith without interference.
Georgia was settled by people who had been in debtors’ prisons in England
What did the people who settled Georgia hope for? They hoped to experience economic freedom and start a new life in the New World.
Two or more people depending on each other for goods and services interdependence
Focusing on one or a few products specialization
Fisherman, farmer, and factory worker are all examples of what type of resource? human resources
Tools, plow, axe, and wagon are all examples of what type of resource? capital resources
Timber, water, iron, and cotton are all examples of what type of resource? natural resources
Appalachian Mountains, Boston harbor, hilly terrain, rocky soil, jagged coastline are all geography characteristics of which colonial region? New England
Appalachian Mountains, coastal lowlands, harbors and bays are all geography characteristics of which colonial region? Mid-Atlantic
Appalachian Mountains, Piedmont, Atlantic Coastal Plain, good harbors and rivers are all geography characteristics of which colonial region? Southern
Moderate summers, cold winters are all characteristics of the climate of which colonial region? New England
Mild winters and moderate climate, wide and deep rivers are all characteristics of the climate of which colonial region? Mid-Atlantic
Humid climate with mild winters and hot summers are all characteristics of the climate of which colonial region? Southern
Fishing, shipbuilding, naval supplies, metal tools and equipment are all specializations of which colonial region? New England
Livestock, grains, fish are all specializations of which colonial region? Mid-Atlantic
Tobacco, rice, cotton, indigo, forest products (lumber, tar, pitch) are all specializations of which colonial region? Southern
What type of resource are fish and deep harbors and in which colonial region would you find them? natural resources; New England
What type of resource are skilled craftsmen, shopkeepers, and shipbuilders and in which colonial region would you find them? Human resources; New England
What type of resource are tools and buildings and in which colonial region would you find them? capital resources; New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Southern
What type of resource are rich farmlands and rivers and in which colonial region would you find them? natural resources; Mid-Atlantic
What type of resource are unskilled/skilled workers and fishermen and in which colonial region would you find them? Human resources; Mid-Atlantic
What type of resource are fertile farmlands, rivers, and harbors and in which colonial region would you find them? natural resources; Southern
What type of resource are farmers and enslaved African Americans and in which colonial region would you find them? Human resources; Southern
The New England colonies depended on the ____________ colonies for crops such as tobacco, rice, cotton, and indigo, and for forest products such as lumber, tar, and pitch. Southern
The New England colonies depended on the __________ colonies for livestock and grains. Mid-Atlantic
The Mid-Atlantic colonies traded with the __________ and the __________colonies to get the products they did not produce. Southern and New England
The Mid-Atlantic colonies depended on the __________ colonies for tobacco, rice, cotton, indigo, and forest products. Southern
The Mid-Atlantic colonies traded with the __________ colonies for metal tools and equipment. New England
The Southern colonies depended on the __________ colonies for manufactured goods, including metal tools and equipment. New England
The Southern colonies depended on the __________ colonies for grains and other agricultural products not plentiful in the South. Mid-Atlantic
Social life in __________ colonies consisted of villages and churches were centers of life. New England
Social life in __________ colonies consisted of religious reformers and separatists New England
Social life in __________ colonies consisted of villages/cities and varied/diverse lifestyles. Mid-Atlantic
Social life in __________ colonies consisted of diverse religions. Mid-Atlantic
Social life in __________ colonies consisted of plantations (slavery), mansions, indentured servants, fewer cities, and fewer schools. Southern
Social life in __________ colonies consisted of the Church of England. Southern
Civic life in the New England colonies consisted of town meetings
Civic life in the Mid-Atlantic colonies consisted of market towns
Civic life in the Southern colonies consisted of counties
The following describes which social group in colonial America? • Lived predominately in the South • Relied on indentured servants and/or enslaved African Americans for labor • Were educated in some cases • Had rich social culture Large landowners
The following describes which social group in colonial America? • Worked the land according to the region • Relied on family members for labor Farmers
The following describes which social group in colonial America? • Worked as craftsmen in towns and on plantations • Lived in small villages and cities Artisans
The following describes which social group in colonial America? • Worked as caretakers, house-workers, and homemakers • Were not allowed to vote • Had few opportunities for getting an education Women
The following describes which social group in colonial America? • Were able to own land • Had economic freedom and could work for pay and decide how to spend their money • Were not allowed to vote Free African Americans
The following describes which social group in colonial America? • Were men and women who did not have money for passage to the colonies and who agreed to work without pay for the person who paid for their passage • Were free at the end of their contract indentured servants
The following describes which social group in colonial America? • Were captured in their native Africa and sold to slave traders; then were shipped to the colonies where they were sold into slavery Enslaved African Americans
The following describes which social group in colonial America? • Were owned as property for life without any rights. • Were often born into slavery (Children of enslaved African Americans were born into slavery.) Enslaved African Americans
The following is an example on how Great Britain imposed political or economic control over the colonies? Great Britain imposed strict control over trade. Economic
The following is an example on how Great Britain imposed political or economic control over the colonies? Great Britain taxed the colonies after the French and Indian War. Economic
The following is an example on how Great Britain imposed political or economic control over the colonies? The colonies traded raw materials for goods made in Great Britain. Economic
The following is an example on how Great Britain imposed political or economic control over the colonies? Colonists had to obey British laws, which were enforced by governors. Political
The following is an example on how Great Britain imposed political or economic control over the colonies? Colonial governors were appointed by the king or by the proprietor. Political
The following is an example on how Great Britain imposed political or economic control over the colonies? A colonial legislature made laws for each colony but was monitored by the colonial governor. Political
Life in the colonies was shaped by the __________ features of the settlements. geographical
Economic __________ and __________ existed among the colonies in the production of goods and services. specialization, interdependence
Colonies in North America were established for__________ and __________ reasons. religious, economic
The colonies were made up of different groups of people whose lives varied greatly depending on their __________ __________. social position
__________ _________ established and attempted to maintain control over the colonies. Great Britain
England became Great Britain in the early __________. 1700s
Created by: Mrs. Estes