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Southern Colonies (Burkhart)
Terms in this set (29)
5 Southern Colonies
Reason for Roanoke Island, Jamestown and Georgia being established
The Lost Colony
Roanoke Island's nickname
England's 1st permanent settlement in North America
European country that started Jamestown
When was Jamestown established?
Who settled Savannah, Georgia?
People who owe money
What are the human resources of the Southern Colonies? (3)
What were the Southern Colonies' economic specializations?
Cash crops (Tobacco, Rice, Indigo, Cotton)
Forest products (lumber, tar, pitch)
social life of the Southern Colonies
Plantations (Few cities & Few schools)
Church of England
What is the political (civic) life of the Southern Colonies?
What is the climate of the Southern Colonies?
an area of rolling land along the foot of a mountain range
Church of England
The Anglican church, which unites church and state under the monarchy.
Immigrants who received passage to America in exchange for a fixed term of labor
Having a large amount of water or moisture in the air
A large farm that specializes in the production of one or two crops for sale that is self-sufficient.
A territorial unit between a city/town and the state itself.
Georgia Location on a Map
South Carolina Location on a Map
North Carolina Location on a Map
Virginia Location on a Map
Maryland Location on a Map
Different ways people interact with each other in society
relating to government and how they are organized
production, consumption and transfer of wealth
Rights and duties of a citizens; Local government - decision made at the local level
Cash Crop definition
a crop produced for selling rather than for use by the grower.
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