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  • 1. Module 3 Lesson 1 Mastery Assignment Mikayla Gandy
  • 2. New England Colonies 
  • 3. New England Colonies   Massachusetts  Rhode Island  Connecticut  New Hampshire
  • 4. Attributes  The New England colonies were known for their shipbuilding, fishing, and fur trade. Due to the rocky soil, the northern colonist could not make a living as farmers. The forests provided wood for shipbuilding. The easy access to sea ports made fishing easy. Lastly, the forests was home to many animals, which later become money for fur traders.
  • 5. New England Colonies  New England colonies were affected by the triangular trade, the great awakening, and the enlightenment. The New England colonies participated in the triangle trade. It was easy for them to become a large part of it due to their ability to build ships. The stronger, sturdier ships could take to the goods longer distances than before. The great Awakening affected the New England Colonies. Jonathan Edwards and George Whitefield were leaders in the Great Awakening in the New England Colonies. It made individual religious practices more popular than the churches. New denominations were formed and the colonies came together. The New England colonies were greatly affected by the John Locke’s Social Contract Theory. This stated that the state only exists to serve the people, and they are the source of all political power enjoyed by the state.
  • 6. Middle Colonies 
  • 7. Middle Colonies   New York  New Jersey  Pennsylvania  Delaware
  • 8. Attributes  The Middle Colonies were known for their production of crops, their harbors, and trade centers. The soil in the middle colonies was more fertile than that of the New England colonies, this region was commonly know as the “bread-basket”. The harbors in New York and Philadelphia brought imported goods and gave these colonies an opportunity to export crops and other goods. Large cities, like New York, were large trade centers where fur, crops, and other goods were sold.
  • 9. Middle Colonies  Middle colonies were affected by the triangular trade, the great awakening, and the enlightenment. The triangular trade affected the middle colonies because of their harbors and goods. Slaves and other goods could be imported and crops and furs could be exported. The great awakening affect the middle colonies by Presbyterians, northern Baptist, and Methodist preachers converted people of all races. The enlightenment lead to Lockean Liberalism, by John Locke, which stated that human history should be progressing toward perfection, not regression.
  • 10. Southern Colonies 
  • 11. Southern Colonies   Maryland  Virginia  North Carolina  South Carolina  Georgia
  • 12. Attributes  Southern colonies were known for their cash crops, harbors, and rivers. In the south, the growing season is longer and the humid climate was better for growing than in the northern colonies. Cash crops included: tobacco, pine, rice, indigo, and cotton. The access to the ocean and tidelands did not only help the plants grow, but also with trading with other countries and the other colonies. The rivers also provided faster transportation inside the colonies.
  • 13. Southern Colonies  Southern Colonies were affected by the triangular trade, the great awakening, and the enlightenment. The Southern colonies played a large roll in the triangular trade. Growing most of the colonies cash crops and using slaves to work on the plantation, they would export their goods and import people to work their land. The Southern colonies were affected by the great awakening the same way the middle colonies were, Presbyterians, northern Baptist, and Methodist preachers converted people of all races. Striving to make colonists scrutinize their hearts. The Southern colonies were affected by the enlightenment by a new sense of optimism. They believed they would prevail.