Colonial Regions

Colonial Regions
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  • New England
  • Town Meeting
  • Good morning to all!
  • My, it's freezing!
  • Mid-Atlantic
  • J'achèterai volontiers ces cochons pour cinquante ou soixante
  • Fisch kostete jeweils zehn.
  • Fresh, baked bread for twenty!
  • Southern Region
  • Isn't the next meeting in two days dear? And don't I look fabulous?
  • Why, you look stunning dear.
  •  People in New England all lived in villages/towns. Town meetings were important in New England. They were very strict about religion, and are quite social. New England has cold winters and rocky soil, so farming was difficult.
  • New England
  • Hurry! We need to hunt whales
  • The Mid-Atlantic Colonies, or the "Bread Colonies", was the most diverse region of the three, having a tolerance for different religious groups. In the Mid-Atlantic region, there are "Market Towns", these towns were the center of trading, buying selling and so on.
  • Mid-Atlantic
  • What we sell: -Livestock: Pigs, chickens, cows, sheep and others. -Fish -Fresh baked bread and other supplies.
  • In the South, the land is divided into counties, for meetings about the community they live in easier. It is easier because in the South, mostly rich people live there and they own acres and acres of land. They use that land for farming, since they have a hot, humid climate.
  • Southern Region
  • Important resources were wood, which helped them make ships for trading, fishing or whaling. Ships were stationed in harbor towns like Boston. 
  • What you could trade in said market towns, was mostly livestock like chickens, pigs, cows, etc., grains or bread, and fish from deep rivers, lakes, or other sources of water.  Philadelphia is a town in the Mid-Atlantic. 
  •  They're Anglicans, meaning they are part of the Church of England, they are part of it because most people who went to the south sought for money and not religious freedom. Since they are rich, they would own slaves and be plantation owners. Slaves would farm cash crops, which were tobacco, rice, indigo and cotton. A town in the South is Savanna.
  • Hurry up! Or would you rather see the whipping post?
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