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Colonial Regions

This Data Set focuses on SOL USI.5b.
a data set by diberta
created December 5, 2016
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FAMILY TREE
RegionGeographyNatural ResourcesHuman ResourcesPolitical and Civic LifeClimateSocialSpecializationInterdependence
New EnglandAppalachian Mountains, harbors, hilly terrain, rocky soil, jagged coastlinetimber, fish, deep harborsskilled craftsmen, fishermen, merchants, shipbuildersTown meetingsModerate summers, cold wintersVilliage, school, and church as center of life; Religious reformers and sepratistsFishing, shipbuilding, naval supplies, metal tools, equipmentDepended on Southern for tobacco, rice, cotton, and Mid-Atlantic for livestock and grains
Mid-AtlanticAppalachian Mountains, coastal plains, harbors, rivers, rich farmlandsrich farmlands, riversunskilled and skilled workers, farmes, fishermen, merchantsMarket townsModerate climateVillages and cities; diverse cultural backgrounds and religionsLivestock, grains, fishDepended on Southern for tobacco, rice, indigo, and forest products, and New England for metal tools and equipment
SouthernAppalachian Mountains, Piedmont, Atlantic Coastal Plain, harbors, rivers, fertile farmlandfertile farmlands, rivers, harbors, forestsfarmers, enslaved African Americans, indentured servantsCountiesHumid climatePlantations, mansions, few cities, few schools, Church of EnglandTobacco, rice, indigo, forest products (lumber, tar, pitch)Depended on New England for manufactured goods, like metal tools and equipment, and Mid-Atlantic for grains and other products not plentiful in their region
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