Lesson 2

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Lesson 2

  1. 1. CITIES, TOWNS, AND FARMS
  2. 2. City Life
  3. 3. City LifeBenjamin Franklin wanted to be a printer but had to move to thecities
  4. 4. City LifeBenjamin Franklin wanted to be a printer but had to move to thecitiesHe moved to Philadelphia
  5. 5. City LifeBenjamin Franklin wanted to be a printer but had to move to thecitiesHe moved to PhiladelphiaFranklin founded the cities first Newspaper and established thefirst public library and hospital
  6. 6. City LifeBenjamin Franklin wanted to be a printer but had to move to thecitiesHe moved to PhiladelphiaFranklin founded the cities first Newspaper and established thefirst public library and hospitalHe also started the first volunteer fire department
  7. 7. Colonial Towns
  8. 8. Colonial TownsPuritans began building towns in Massachusetts
  9. 9. Colonial TownsPuritans began building towns in MassachusettsTowns were Self-sufficient: this means they could survive ontheir own without help from others
  10. 10. Colonial TownsPuritans began building towns in MassachusettsTowns were Self-sufficient: this means they could survive ontheir own without help from othersGrew crops on their own land and traded with each other
  11. 11. Colonial TownsPuritans began building towns in MassachusettsTowns were Self-sufficient: this means they could survive ontheir own without help from othersGrew crops on their own land and traded with each otherThe Town Common was an open space where cattle and sheepcould graze
  12. 12. Southern Plantations
  13. 13. Southern PlantationsPlantations were large farms where cash crops were grown
  14. 14. Southern PlantationsPlantations were large farms where cash crops were grownCash crops were: Tobacco, Rice, Indigo, and others
  15. 15. Southern PlantationsPlantations were large farms where cash crops were grownCash crops were: Tobacco, Rice, Indigo, and othersPlantations were owned by wealthy owners
  16. 16. Southern PlantationsPlantations were large farms where cash crops were grownCash crops were: Tobacco, Rice, Indigo, and othersPlantations were owned by wealthy ownersPlantation managers oversaw the daily life of the plantations
  17. 17. Southern PlantationsPlantations were large farms where cash crops were grownCash crops were: Tobacco, Rice, Indigo, and othersPlantations were owned by wealthy ownersPlantation managers oversaw the daily life of the plantationsSlaves worked on plantations
  18. 18. Farming Families
  19. 19. Farming FamiliesMost people who lived on farms all worked hard
  20. 20. Farming FamiliesMost people who lived on farms all worked hardMost farms grew everything they needed to survive

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