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    Ch 4, Sec 3 Southern Colonies Ch 4, Sec 3 Southern Colonies Presentation Transcript

    • Ch 4, Sec 3: The Southern Colonies MAIN IDEA : The large tobacco and rice plantations of the tidewater region contrasted with the settlements of the hunters and farmers of the back country.
    • Maryland
      • Mason-Dixon Line:
        • Divides the Middle Colonies from the Southern Colonies
      • Founded by:
        • Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
      • Named after:
        • Queen Henrietta Maria, the King’s wife
    • Maryland
      • Safe place for:
        • Catholics:
          • With the:
            • Act of Toleration
              • Provided religious freedom for all Christians
      • Main crop was cotton
    • Virginia
      • Virginia Crop:
        • Tobacco
      • Bacon’s Rebellion was led by:
        • Nathaniel Bacon
          • Because:
    • North and South Carolina
      • Most Northern settlers were:
        • Poor tobacco farmers
          • Had ____ farms:
            • Small
      • Southern settlers were:
        • The eight English nobles
    • North and South Carolina
      • Crops of Carolina:
        • Rice in North
        • Indigo in South
        • Lumber in North
    • Georgia
      • Founded by:
        • James Oglethorpe
      • Founded as a place where ____ could live:
        • Debtors:
          • People who owed money they could not pay back
      • Prison colony and a buffer from Spanish
      • Main crop was rice
    • Cash Crops of the Southern Colonies
      • Cotton
      • Tobacco
      • Rice
      • Indigo
    • Growth of Slavery and the Slave Trade
      • By 1700, _____ made up the majority of the population in GA and SC
        • Slaves
      • During the:
        • Middle Passage
      • _____% of Africans
      • died
        • 10
    • Growth of Slavery and the Slave Trade
      • Slave Codes:
        • Treated enslaved Africans not as human beings but as property
      • Racism
        • The belief that one race is superior to another