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southern life

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  • The people of the southern lived on large farms,or plantations.plantations are way different from the New England farms.On the plantation stood the planter's home,a kitchen,a dairy,a smokehouse, shops for brick makers and carpenters,stables,barns,cabins,and often school.The plantations was like a small village. To grow crops for there food to eat so they don't die our whole family would love it there
  • As mixed as the people were in Pennsylvania, New York best illustrated the polyglot nature of America. By 1646 the population along the Hudson River but we live in peace already so we should stay here
  • the people of the southern lived on large farms,or plantations.plantations are way different from the New England farms.On the plantation stood the planter's home,also should our family go there
  • very hot so that was good climate to live i and grow crops but they had to keep on watering them so they don’t go dry.They did most of there work on the fields to grow crops to eat.So the family would not starve to death.Also were should I go and live at
  • Farmers in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland brought their wheat, rye, and barley to the mills in Wilmington. Here the mills ground the grains into flour and then it would be shipped down the Brandywine and sent to England or other colonies but I really want to grow crops to have my own food with my husband and kids
  • Most farmers a little far apart and neighbors usually only went with other at church on Sundays. A typical farm house, a barn, a fenced-in yard for the animals, a garden, and fields this is my home where is yours
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