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    The Southern Colonies' primary economic activities were agricultural in nature, and thus they developed less industry than the other colonies. Due to the warmer climate, winters in the Southern Colonies were milder than in the more northern colonies. For the same reason, the growing season was nearly year-round, allowing for greater agricultural production. Southern plantations cultivated cash crops such as cotton, tobacco, rice, and indigo which could be traded for food and other supplies (Akins)

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    By the 1700’s, New England, the Chesapeake region and the Southern colonies developed into three distinct societies, despite coming from the same mother country, England. The regions of Colonial America each had a distinctive culture and economy entirely different from the other regions. Religion and religious tolerance was completely different in each region, running from being free to complete persecution. Ethnicity and racial composition ranged from almost complete British descent to a wide range

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    While under English control, each of the three regions of colonial America developed its own economic system- plantation agriculture was based in the Southern colonies, but other sectors of the economy flourished in the Northern and Middle colonies (along with some forms of agriculture). The natural resources that were available at the time provided the foundation for each region’s unique specialty. However, one could argue that these economies eventually led to the development of certain social

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    climate is great for farming. As our owner and others owns most of the political power in the Southern Colonies. “Hey Sam, I have an idea on a way to escape the Southern Colonies,” I exclaimed. “Ok Jake,” uttered Sam ,“But how in the world are we going to escape from being slaves.” “Well it’s kind of confusing, but I guess I can tell you” I replied, “So you know there is a shipbuilder in the New England Colonies ?” Sam continued “Yes.” I told,“Well Sam see we need to get to the shipbuilder by shooting

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    The Southern, Middle and Northern colonies had different colonial effects and impacts due to their region. “The flag that was the symbol of slavery on the high seas for a long time was not the Confederate battle flag, it was sadly the Stars and Stripes”, Alan Keyes. In North America, the southern colonies were established by Great British during the sixteenth and seventeenth century. It included North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Virginia, and Georgia. Virginia was founded in 1607 by the

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    the Southern Colonies What was life like in the Southern Colonies? Why did the colonists stay in the South? What opportunities were there for them? These can all be answered by looking at the religion and economic status of the Southern Colonies. Add more to the introduction- General details on religion and economics. What was the religion like in the Southern Colonies? The introduction should deal with why the religion made the Southern Colonies ideal. The main religion of the Southern colonies

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    Between 1491 and 1754, the New England, middle, Chesapeake, and southern colonies developed in a way such that they must be viewed as four distinct societies with interlacing interactions and beliefs.  These different societies were shaped by the different labor systems and economic characteristics, varying groups of religious founders, and response to salutary neglect and British taxation.  The four groups of colonies were distinct from one another in the labor systems that they used.  In New England

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    American Colonies: Contrasting the New England and Southern Colonists The New England and Southern Colonies were both settled largely by the English. By 1700, the regions had evolved into two distinct societies. The southern colonies have characteristics that are the antithesis of the New England colonies attributes. New England was colonized for Freedom of Worship and freedom of political thought. The Southern colonies were developed for freedom of economic opportunity. The New England

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    of the New England, Southern, and Middle Colonies America was a place for dreams and new beginnings, until white people arrived in 1607. Three groups sailed over the treacherous Atlantic from their cruel lives in England to set up peaceful religious colonies. The only problem is that they attempted to settle in their own way and all failed dismally. The New England, Middle and Southern Colonies grew differently over the period 1619-1760.Examining the three sets of colonies will prove that they

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    formed colonies. Two of the three colonies formed were New England colony and the Southern colony. Though these people wanted to change their way of living from England, these colonies had different viewpoints on how they wanted to live their lives once they arrived in the new world. Things like climate, education and religion played a major part in their economic growth. The Southern colonies became in existence after the settlement of Jamestown. The states that made up of the Southern colonies

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