Southern Coloines

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Southern Coloines by Mind Map: Southern Coloines

1. Location

1.1. Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.

1.1.1. Southern Colonies ***

2. Settlement

2.1. The province of Carolina was originally chartered in 1653, the first permanent settlement was in 1653. The Colony of Virginia existed briefly during the 16th century and then continuously from 1607 until the American Revolution.

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3. Founder

3.1. The founder of the Southern Colonies was James Oglethorpe on February 12, 1733.

3.1.1. James Oglethorpe (1696-1785)

4. Lifestyle

4.1. The lifestyle of the Southern Colonies was that they an agricultural economy. The climate was good for growing crops. Planters used enslaved Africans to do the hard work needed to grow tobacco and rice. In the South Carolina and Georgia, the main crops were rice and indigo.

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5. Religious

5.1. The Religious of the Southern Colonies saw mostly Baptist and Anglicans, but there was a few different religions from the middle colonies as well.

5.1.1. Religion at Illinois

6. Towns and Villages

6.1. Maryland- Baltimore Georgia- Atlanta North Carolina- Raleigh South Carolina- Columbia Virginia- Virginia Beach

6.1.1. City, town, village[1]

7. Farming and Crops

7.1. The harvests gathered by colonial farmers included an expansive number of crops, beans, squash, peas, okra, pumpkins, peppers, tomatoes, and peanuts. Maize (corn) and later rice and potatoes were grown in place of wheat and barley.

7.1.1. Healthy Farm Practices: Crop Rotation and Diversity

8. Slave Trade

8.1. Southern Colonies in North America Developed a farm economy that could not survive without slave labor. Many slaves lived on large farms called plantations. These plantations produced important crops traded by the colony, crops such as cotton and tobacco.

8.1.1. What Was the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade?