three colonial regions - Zavier Peralta
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The New England are Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. The geography in New England has “mountains thick with trees, rivers and poor rocky soil that was difficult to farm and unsuitable for crops”. Climate in New England is the “coldest of the three regions.” The main religions are “the religion practised in New England was strictly Puritan and they did not tolerate any other religions. The economy of the New England is based on trading, exports fish, ships, timber, fur, maple syrup livestock. The government is a Charter. The social culture in New England is Interaction centered around the town center and churches.
The Middle Colonies are New York, Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The geography has great soil for crops. Climate in Middle Colonies is “the Middle Colonies had a mild climate with warm summers and mild winters.” The main religions are Quaker Catholics, Lutherans, and Jewish. The economy of the Middle Colonies is based on trade/exports (corn, wheat, livestock), industries, iron ore textiles, known as breadbasket because of large grain production. The government is a Royal and Proprietary. The social culture in the Middle Colonies is very mixed, many different kinds of people lived here.
The Southern Colonies are Virginia, Mary Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. The geography “Southern Colonies featured fertile soil, hilly coastal plains, forests, long rivers and swamp areas.” Climate in South is hot humid summers. The main religions are Anglican and Baptists. The economy of the Southern Colonies is based on trade, export tobacco, cotton, rice, fur, farm products, and sugar cane. The government is a Royal Government and Propriety Government. The social culture in the South is limited social interaction. Lived on big plantation not close.
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