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  • 1. WORKING AND TRADING
  • 2. LIFE FOR YOUNG WORKERS
  • 3. LIFE FOR YOUNG WORKERSAn apprentice is a young person who learns a skillfrom a more experienced person
  • 4. LIFE FOR YOUNG WORKERSAn apprentice is a young person who learns a skillfrom a more experienced personAn artisan is a skilled worker who makes things byhand
  • 5. LIFE FOR YOUNG WORKERSAn apprentice is a young person who learns a skillfrom a more experienced personAn artisan is a skilled worker who makes things byhandMost artisans were boys, but some girls learnedsewing and cooking
  • 6. LIFE FOR YOUNG WORKERSAn apprentice is a young person who learns a skillfrom a more experienced personAn artisan is a skilled worker who makes things byhandMost artisans were boys, but some girls learnedsewing and cookingMost children grew up on farms
  • 7. LIFE FOR YOUNG WORKERSAn apprentice is a young person who learns a skillfrom a more experienced personAn artisan is a skilled worker who makes things byhandMost artisans were boys, but some girls learnedsewing and cookingMost children grew up on farmsGirls helped make soap, candles, and clothing
  • 8. LIFE FOR YOUNG WORKERSAn apprentice is a young person who learns a skillfrom a more experienced personAn artisan is a skilled worker who makes things byhandMost artisans were boys, but some girls learnedsewing and cookingMost children grew up on farmsGirls helped make soap, candles, and clothing
  • 9. COLONIAL ECONOMIES
  • 10. COLONIAL ECONOMIESNew England economy was based on products from the forest or sea
  • 11. COLONIAL ECONOMIESNew England economy was based on products from the forest or seaBarrels were also built to store wine, wheat and dried fish
  • 12. COLONIAL ECONOMIESNew England economy was based on products from the forest or seaBarrels were also built to store wine, wheat and dried fishFishing and Whaling became important industries
  • 13. COLONIAL ECONOMIESNew England economy was based on products from the forest or seaBarrels were also built to store wine, wheat and dried fishFishing and Whaling became important industriesMiddle Colonies economy was based on Farm products, and valuableminerals like iron
  • 14. COLONIAL ECONOMIESNew England economy was based on products from the forest or seaBarrels were also built to store wine, wheat and dried fishFishing and Whaling became important industriesMiddle Colonies economy was based on Farm products, and valuableminerals like ironWheat became important, and the Middle colonies became known as theBreadbasket to the colonies
  • 15. COLONIAL ECONOMIESNew England economy was based on products from the forest or seaBarrels were also built to store wine, wheat and dried fishFishing and Whaling became important industriesMiddle Colonies economy was based on Farm products, and valuableminerals like ironWheat became important, and the Middle colonies became known as theBreadbasket to the coloniesSouthern Colonies economy was centered on Farming
  • 16. COLONIAL ECONOMIESNew England economy was based on products from the forest or seaBarrels were also built to store wine, wheat and dried fishFishing and Whaling became important industriesMiddle Colonies economy was based on Farm products, and valuableminerals like ironWheat became important, and the Middle colonies became known as theBreadbasket to the coloniesSouthern Colonies economy was centered on FarmingCash Crops like Tobacco, Rice, and Indigo were important
  • 17. COLONIAL TRADE ROUTES
  • 18. COLONIAL TRADE ROUTESBoston, New York, Philadelphia, and Charlestonbecame important trading centers
  • 19. COLONIAL TRADE ROUTESBoston, New York, Philadelphia, and Charlestonbecame important trading centersSlave Trade was important to these areas
  • 20. COLONIAL TRADE ROUTESBoston, New York, Philadelphia, and Charlestonbecame important trading centersSlave Trade was important to these areasTriangular Trade Routes
  • 21. COLONIAL TRADE ROUTESBoston, New York, Philadelphia, and Charlestonbecame important trading centersSlave Trade was important to these areasTriangular Trade Routes2nd Leg of the route was known as the MiddlePassage
  • 22. COLONIAL TRADE ROUTESBoston, New York, Philadelphia, and Charlestonbecame important trading centersSlave Trade was important to these areasTriangular Trade Routes2nd Leg of the route was known as the MiddlePassageThey traded slaves for Molasses, and Sugar