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Prentice Hall History of Our Nation Chapter 3 Section 4

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    • Southern Colonies Chapter 3 Section 4 Prentice Hall America History of Our Nation A. Barnette
    • Geography South of the Mason-Dixon Line • divides Maryland and Pennsylvania • divides Middle and Southern Colonies. • anything south of this line was considered The South. Five colonies: Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia
    • Virginia Grows Virginia was the largest of the Southern Colonies. Conflicts arose with Natives, because settlers needed more land for tobacco. Mostly poor farmers moved into backcountry, inhabited by natives. Fighting broke out, and colonists were angry that the English king was not helping them. Nathaniel Bacon led a raid on the Indians. Then he turned their anger toward the first permanent settlement, Jamestown, burning it down. http://www.antiquariansocietygb dp.org/images/Nathaniel-Bacon- and-His-Fol.jpg?187
    • Maryland Maryland was set aside for Catholics, but welcomed other religions. Set up by Lord George Calvert’s son, Lord Baltimore. Act of Toleration 1649 gave all Christian males the right to vote. http://mdroots.thinkpo rt.org/library/cecilcalv ert.asp
    • Carolinas and Georgia North Carolina had smaller farms that grew tobacco. South Carolina established a plantation system for rice . That made Charleston a big city. Georgia was set aside for debtors by James Oglethorpe. It originally banned slavery, and had small farms.