Name:_____ class period:____ apush unit 1, college board periods 1 & 2 historical analysis activity created by rebecca richardson, allen high school using the 2012 college board advanced placement united states history framework. This new economic restriction would have totally destroyed the rum industry in the north, and it weakened the import business of the middle colonies unlock content over 75,000 lessons in all. The colonial period slavery was a major part of southern colonial life between 1607 and 1775, and grew exponentially due to the encouragement of the economic, geographic, and social factors in the southern colonies during that era. Differences between the chesapeake bay and new england coloniesthere are many key differences that distinguish the inhabitants of the new england colonies from those of the chesapeake bay colonies these dissimilarities include but are not limited to the differences between the social structure, family life, forms of government, religion, and.
In 1685, king james ii of england closed the legislatures and consolidated the new england colonies into the dominion of new england, putting the region under firm royal control of governor edmund andros in 1688, the colonies of new york, west jersey, and east jersey were added to the dominion. The new england colonies, apush unit 1, college board periods 1 & 2 historical analysis activity created by rebecca richardson, allen high school new england, middle, and southern each of these had specific economic, social, and political developments that were unique to the regions. A comparison of the development of new england, southern and middle colonies 1 page an analysis of the regional differences among the colonies that went to american soil 1,078 words 2 pages how the new england, southern and middle colonies developed differently 605 words 1 page a discussion on life in colonies 808 words. The army stood as the only barrier between the british and total control of the new england and middle colonies during the outbreak of the war had crown forces acted with further aggressive behavior they could have dismantled the continental army and brought an early end to the war.
Students will learn how the new england colonists had to look to different types of revenue as farming in these colonies, due to cold weather and bad soil, was meager new england, middle and. For others in new england, the drive for freedom helped to establish new colonies such as rhode island, connecticut, and new hampshire in these colonies, the need for freedom expanded from the. All the 13 colonies—new england, the middle, and the south—were concerned with this and this passage proves it “analyze the origins and development of slavery in britain’s north american colonies in the period 1607 to 1776. Start studying differences between new england, middle, and southern colonies learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
In response, between 1698 and 1717, the english government imposed an unfavorable trade balance on new england and new york by raising duties against major colonial exports like fish (to protect english fisheries) and meat (to protect english agriculture) this meant that the colonies were forced to purchase more from england than they were. The middle colonies tended to mix aspects of the new england and southern colonies families generally held and worked plots of between 40 and 160 acres in new york’s hudson valley, however, the dutch established the patroon system, which resembled a feudal aristocracy governing vast land grants. The relationship between great britain and its north american colonies began to show signs of strain in the early 1700s until then, england's preoccupation with civil conflict and ongoing war with france allowed the colonies to carry on domestic and foreign trade with little interference from british authorities. The economy key concepts & main ideas notes analysis along with other factors, environmental and geographical variations, including climate and natural resources, contributed to regional differences along with other factors, environmental and geographical variations, including climate and natural resources, contributed to regional differences.
Students will explore the differences among the three colonial regions of new england, mid-atlantic / middle, and the southern colonies in small groups for each region, students will observe and note details of pictures, maps, and advertisements in order to describe each region. 13 colonies compare/contrast web report abuse transcript of 13 colonies compare/contrast web 13 colonies 1607-1776 new england middle southern government geography government geography massachusetts economy who was first plymouth - 1620: pilgrims the 13 english colonies new york economy new jersey reason they came. Similarities between coloniesduring the colonial time period from about the 1600’s through the 1700’s, the thirteen original colonies were founded and divided among three major sections known as the new england colonies, the middle colonies, and the southern coloniesthe new england colonies consisted of massachusetts, rhode island, connecticut, and new hampshire. New york and new jersey the primary motive for establishing the middle, or mid-atlantic colonies of new york, new jersey, pennsylvania, and delaware was to develop profitable trading centers. Start studying 13 colonies similarities and differences learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools new england colonies also participated in the selling of slaves to the southern colonies characteristics of middle colonies large farms like south fertile land.
The middle colonies and new england were different in that new england was largely puritan, and, save for rhode island (which practiced a form of religious tolerance), the government was a kind of. The new england puritans and the chesapeake catholics are prime examples to show how religion shaped the development of a colonial society in 1624, the early 17th century, the religious group called the puritans, settled for the first time in the new england territory. In contrast to other colonies, there was a meetinghouse in every new england town 6 in 1750 boston, a city with a population of 15000, had eighteen churches 7 in the previous century church attendance was inconsistent at best after the 1680s, with many more churches and clerical bodies emerging, religion in new england became more organized and attendance more uniformly enforced.
Similar to new england colonies, the middle colonies also flourished in trade of major items like iron and furs government when comparing both new england and middle colonies, both utilized forms of self-government. American colonial society in the eighteenth century c middle colonies were the most ethnically mixed d outside of new england, about 1/2 of the population was non-english in 1775 2 population breakdown: 1790 the colonies 5 rum from new england was shipped illegally to the. But the dramatically different conceptions of land use and ownership along with the swelling numbers of english and their need to develop new sites for new towns brought the two peoples into conflict in new england by the beginning of the fourth quarter of the seventeenth century.
With conflict between catholics and protestants raging in europe, the new world was an ideal place for more catholics to be recruited spanish empire the spanish ruled their colonies directly under the crown and their economic impact depends on which continent. Guided reading & analysis: 13 colonies chapter 2-the thirteen colonies and the british empire, development of new england, pp 29-31 key concepts & main ideas notes analysis along with other compare and contrast the middle colonies and southern colonies during the restoration era 7. New england’s “long-term settlements” with spain’s establishment of “a thin veil of influence” the essay contains effective analysis of differences between economic and religious development and has extensive.