This Data Set focuses on SOL USI.5b.
a data set by diberta
created December 5, 2016
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|Region||Geography||Natural Resources||Human Resources||Political and Civic Life||Climate||Social||Specialization||Interdependence|
|New England||Appalachian Mountains, harbors, hilly terrain, rocky soil, jagged coastline||timber, fish, deep harbors||skilled craftsmen, fishermen, merchants, shipbuilders||Town meetings||Moderate summers, cold winters||Villiage, school, and church as center of life; Religious reformers and sepratists||Fishing, shipbuilding, naval supplies, metal tools, equipment||Depended on Southern for tobacco, rice, cotton, and Mid-Atlantic for livestock and grains|
|Mid-Atlantic||Appalachian Mountains, coastal plains, harbors, rivers, rich farmlands||rich farmlands, rivers||unskilled and skilled workers, farmes, fishermen, merchants||Market towns||Moderate climate||Villages and cities; diverse cultural backgrounds and religions||Livestock, grains, fish||Depended on Southern for tobacco, rice, indigo, and forest products, and New England for metal tools and equipment|
|Southern||Appalachian Mountains, Piedmont, Atlantic Coastal Plain, harbors, rivers, fertile farmland||fertile farmlands, rivers, harbors, forests||farmers, enslaved African Americans, indentured servants||Counties||Humid climate||Plantations, mansions, few cities, few schools, Church of England||Tobacco, 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|