4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- a town, a city, a small farm, a plantation
- ships began in New England and carried goods to West Africa where goods were traded for enslaved Africans, then they sailed to the West Indies, exchanging some ensalved africans for goods, before returing to the colonies. 2 stops before returning home.
- economy based on growing cash crops on small farms and large plantations with slaves. Involved in triangular trade routes.
- economy based on products from the forest and the sea. Involved in triangular trade routes.
3 True/False questions
Southern Plantation → most work was done by enslaved Africans. Farming was an important part of the colony.
the breadbasket of the colonies → the middle colonies were know as this because wheat was grown and mill built to make flour
Middle Colony Town → farmers sold crops in market places in town. Farming was an important part of the colony.