• The Thirteen Colonies
    The Thirteen Colonies The thirteen colonies were divided into three regions: the Southern colonies, the Middle colonies, and the New England colonies. Each region can be characterized based on its geography, climate, economy and culture. These qualities may also be used to compare and contrast...
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  • History
    institutions of white indentured servitude and African slavery in early colonial America. (Page: 66–67, 71–75) * Compare and contrast the lives of colonial women in the Chesapeake with those in New England. (Page: 69–71) * Compare and contrast the economies of the southern colonies with those...
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  • American History Chapter 1-4
    was the most important factor shaping the development of England’s southern colonies in the 17th century: Indian relations, the one-crop plantation economy, or slavery? Explain and support your answer. 6. Compare and contrast the early colonial empires of Portugal, Spain, and England in terms...
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  • FAKE DONT READ
    Compare and Contrast New England / Southern Colonies 1. Once established, the Thirteen British Colonies could be divided into three geographic areas: New England Middle Colonies Southern Colonies 2. Though there were many similarities in their development, they were very different: politically...
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  • History
    emotional enthusiasm of its participants (e.g. weeping, fainting), which stood in contrast to the more staid and formal worship of traditional Anglican and Congregational services. 3. Compare and contrast the economy of the Northern colonies with that of the southern colonies. What made the two regions...
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  • Apush Frq Outlines
    statement. 8. Compare and contrast the culture and economy of the southern colonies with that of the New England Colonies. 9. Early encounters between American Indians and European colonists led to a variety of relationships among the different cultures. Analyze how the actions taken by BOTH...
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  • Colonial Period Guide
    American. 25. Compare and contrast women in the New England and Chesapeake regions on colonial America. 26. Explain the Stono rebellion. 27. Explain why Africans became valuable as slaves in the Carolinas. 28. Explain the significance of the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut. 29. Describe the development of each of the colonies....
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  • Notes
    settlement, settlement experiences, as well as social, political and economic characteristics of each. 2. What were the similarities and differences in the development of England’s New England, Middle, and Southern colonies? Be sure to include the role of geographic, political, religious and economic...
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  • ghjhgy
    o Different religious movements hindered common goal o Legacy lives on today with presidencies trying to become the “Model of a Hill” Analyze the differences between the Spanish settlements in the Southwest and the English Colonies in New England in the seventeenth century in terms of TWO of...
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    o Different religious movements hindered common goal o Legacy lives on today with presidencies trying to become the “Model of a Hill” Analyze the differences between the Spanish settlements in the Southwest and the English Colonies in New England in the seventeenth century in terms of TWO of...
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  • Apush Key History Terms
    structure and life of the seventeenth century colonies. ▪ Compare and contrast the different forms of society and ways of life of the southern colonies and New England. ▪ Explain how the practice of indentured servitude failed to solve the colonial labor problem and why colonists the turned to African...
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  • Comparing and Contrasting the Colonial Regions Established in British North America
    number of unemployed in their home country. They paid for their passage by becoming indentured servants, hoping to work off their servitude on the plantations and begin a new life in a new land. As economic conditions improved in England however, Virginia, as well as the other southern colonies, began...
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  • Jnsef
    farm land. Chapter #3- Settling the Northern Colonies, 1619-1700 1) Compare & contrast the New England & Middle Colonies in terms of motives for founding, religious & social composition, and political development. You may answer this question in a chart format New England...
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  • Characteristics of the Early Settlements
    colonies defined by their own unique characteristics based on where the settlers came from, who found them and what they did for living. The 13 colonies were grouped in three different categories; the New England colonies, the Middle and the Southern Colonies. The New England Colonies were mostly...
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  • US History Early Colonization
    vernacular regions. Regions can be divided up like the Southern, Middle and New England colonies. Human/Environmental Interaction- how humans change the environment and how the environment changes it back Indians used the slash and burn method which meant burning forests to improve the soil’s...
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  • Review
    other forces, led to the expansion of New England. 3. Explain why New York, Pennsylvania, and other middle colonies became so ethnically, religiously, and politically diverse. Chapter 4 1. Compare and contrast the different populations and ways of life of the southern colonies and New...
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  • The Beginnings
    . • Compare and contrast the different forms of society and way of life of the southern colonies and New England. • Explain how the practice of indentured servitude failed to solve the colonial labor problem, and why colonists then turned to African slavery. • Describe the slave trade and the...
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  • History
    ). Quakers and Mennonites did not need educated ministers, but groups such as Lutheran and German Reformed churches required them even though they were hard to find. The Great Awakening was a huge revival of religion which first started in the Middle Colonies and New England and then struck Southern...
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  • Questions to Ponder on American History
    you think racial slavery developed in the Americans, particularly in the British colonies? 3. Compare and contrast the economy of the northern colonies with that of the southern ones. Why did the two regional economies develop as they did? How did their economic systems reflect their social...
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  • Unit Essential Questions
    Kaylah Hampton Block 2 8/25/12 1. Compare and contrast the three regions of colonial development. The three regions of colonial development were very alike, however, very different at the same time. The New England colonies led very strict, Puritan...
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