New England Colonies Middle Colonies Southern Colonies Indentured Servants Plantations

100

What is a colony?
This is a settlement ruled by another country.

100

What is missions?
This is what the Spanish Colonies called their centers of religious activities.

100

What is Mayflower Compact?
This was an example of self-government.

100

What is tobacco?
The economy of Jamestown grew because of growing this crop.

100

What is the Triangular Trade?
This was the exchanging of goods between Europe, Africa, and North America.

200

What are slaves?
This was a major resource that came from Africa.

200

What is the Middle Passage?
This voyage brought slaves from Africa to the New World.

200

What is Charleston?
This port is where most slaves entered the North American English Colonies.

200

What is the culture and traditions?
The colonists brought the ______ and ______ of their mother country with them to the new land.

200

What are religious beliefs?
The Spanish were trying to promote this in North America.

300

What is Land/Climate: thick, rocky soil and a very cold climate, not good for farming Economy: exported lumber and built ships Where people lived: in towns with large cmmon areas where the meeting house was the center of religious activities?
Describe the land/climate, economy, and where the people lived in the New England Colonies.

300

What is Religion: Quaker Where people lived: in small towns and some in large cities Economy: men and women worked on family farms, had wheat and cattle farms, traded furs and iron?
Describe the religion, economy, and where the people lived in the Middle Colonies.

300

What is Where people lived: on large plantations Economy: farming and exported crops such as tobacco, rice, and indigo Who could vote: only men who owned land?
Describe who could vote, the economy, and where the people lived in the Southern Colonies.

300

What is grow their own food?
Native Americans helped Pilgrims by teaching them this trade.

300

What is religious freedom?
Pilgrims and Puritans came to America for this.

400

What is New England?
These colonies used shipbuilding to support their economy.

400

What is House of Burgesses?
James town settlers helped establish our democratic system by creating this.

400

What is natural resources?
Settlers came to North America because these were plentiful.

400

What is the land and run?
The colonists' early attempt to enslave Native Americans was not successful because Native Americans knew this and could do this easily.

400

What is cruelty, hunger, and diseases?
During the Middle Passage, Africans experienced this.

500

What is their culture?
The Gullah language and African music was important to slaves because it helped preserve this.

500

What is Stono Rebellion?
This was an example of enslaved people trying to resist slavery in South Carolina.

500

What is stricter slave codes?
This was the strict result of the Stono Rebellion.

500

What are manufactured goods?
These were sent from Europe to North America.

500

What are family farms?
The Middle and Southern Colonies both had men and women who worked on these.

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