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Colonies USI.5b

colonial regions
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New England
Natural resources:timber, fish, harbors
New England
Human resources:craftsmen, shopkeepers, shipbuilders
New England
Capital Resources:tools, buildings
New England
Geography:Appalachian Mountains, Boston harbor, hilly terrain, rocky soil, jagged coastline
New England
Climate:Moderate summers, cold winters
New England
Specialization of trade:Fishing, shipbuilding, naval supplies, metal tools and equipment
New England
cotton Interdependence:Colonies depended on the Southern colonies for crops such as tobacco, rice, cotton, and indigo, and for forest products such as lumber, tar, and pitch.
New England
Interdependence: Depended on the Mid-Atlantic colonies for livestock and grains.
New England
Social/Political: Villages and churches were centers of life.
New England
Religious:Religious reformers and separatists
New England
Civic: town meetings
Mid-Atlantic
Natural Resources: rich farmlands, rivers
Mid-Atlantic
Human resources:unskilled and skilled workers, fishermen
Mid-Atlantic
Capital resources: tools, buildings
Mid-Atlantic
Appalachian Mountains, coastal lowlands, harbors and bays
Mid-Atlantic
Mild winters and moderate climate, wide and deep rivers
Mid-Atlantic
Livestock, grains, fish
Mid-Atlantic
Interdependence:traded with the Southern and New England colonies to get the products they did not produce.
Mid-Atlantic
Interdependence:depended on the Southern colonies for tobacco, rice, cotton, indigo, and forest products.
Mid-Atlantic
Interdependence:They traded with the New England colonies for metal tools and equipment.
Mid-Atlantic
Social/Political: Villages and cities, varied and diverse lifestyles, diverse religions
Mid-Atlantic
Civic life: market towns
Southern
Natural resources: fertile farmlands, rivers, harbors
Southern
Human resources:farmers, enslaved African Americans
Southern
Capital resources: tools, buildings
Southern
Geography:Appalachian Mountains, Piedmont, Atlantic Coastal Plain, good harbors and rivers
Southern
Climate:Humid with mild winters and hot summers
Southern
Specialization of Trade:Tobacco, rice, cotton, indigo, forest products (lumber, tar, pitch)
Southern
Interdependence:depended on the New England colonies for manufactured goods, including metal tools and equipment.
Southern
Interdependence: depended on the Mid-Atlantic colonies for grains and other agricultural products not plentiful in the South.
Southern
Social/Political: Plantations (slavery), mansions, indentured servants, fewer cities, fewer schools
Southern
Religious:Church of England
Southern
Civic life: counties
Interdependence
Two or more people depending on each other for goods and services
Specialization:
Focusing on one or a few products