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Advanced placement U.S. Historv I ' Lesson 7 Handout 1 (page i)

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The Three colonial sections-one society or Three?
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Study the accompanyrng maps to answer the following questions. In each instance, write the letter map (or maps) Jo"lJ"i,,g the inrormation, and cite speciric 1.

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The colonial section with the most diversrty of religions was a. New England b. Middle Colonies c. South

a. New England b. Middle Colonies c. South d. Frontier
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Judging from the 9up" on Religious Denominations and National origins, which section had the widest range of languages and cultures?

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a. Anglican Church b. Slavery c. Fishing
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which of the following best reflected the presence of England in all sections of the colonies?

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which colonial section best reflected the melting pot of nationalities?

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8' which section of the colonies a. South b. Middle Colonies c. New England

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Advanced Placement U.S. History I Lesson I Handout I (page 2)

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Part B.
To conclude this activity, answer the following:

1. I;ist at least four similarities among the three

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3. A society is characterrzed by similar values, mutual interests, shared institutions, and a common culture. Consider the following question: To what extent would it be accurate to say that the New England, Middle; and Southern Colonies had merged to create a single American society by the outLrreak of the Revolution? Assume that your teacher has asked you to write a four-page paper on this question. Brainstor,rn questions forwhich you need answers in order to forrnulate a carefully considered response to this question.

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Advanced Placement U.S. History I Lesson I Haldout 1 (page 3)

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Based on Nalonal Orfgns and Religion Map, ln AmertcanllerttagePlctorlatAtLas oJUntted States H|story, edlted by Hilde Heun Kagan (N.Y.: American Heritage Publlshing Co., 1966), 87. @

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Advanced Placement U.S. History Lesson I Handout i (page 4)

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