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Jamestown - Colonial America

created December 4, 2016
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JamestownThe first permanent English Settlement in North America
Columbian ExchangeThe exchange of people, animals, plants, diseases, and ways of life between the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.
What the Spanish did to the Aztec CitiesDestroyed the cities, taught Christianity, started farms and businesses
The wealthiest & powerful people in NEW SPAINThe people born in Spain
Where the French and Dutch founded coloniesNorth America while searching for the Northwest Passage
Who the french traded beaver fur withNative Americans
Why the pilgrim faced a difficult time during their first yearharsh weather, hunger, and disease
What the New England colonies hadthick woods and waters rich in fish and whale
The Middle Colonies were also called and known as the "breadbasket" colonies because they grew grains
The main cash crops of the Southern colonies weretobacco, rice, & indigo
What was the most important building in a colonial New England townThe Meeting House
The triangular trade route was a 3 sided trade route between what 1) the 13 colonies 2) West Indies 3) Africa
What was the second leg of the triangular trade route known asThe Middle Passage (It went from West Africa to the West Indies)
What did most of the slaves int he South do?Worked on plantations and used a variety of skills
How did slaves resist slavery?Worked slowly, broke tools, pretended to be sick, and/or ran away
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