How did the mid-Atlantic colonies develop?
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New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
this was because the king wanted people to govern the colonies.
By getting together
well, it still IS located there- MidAtlantic Region.
they wanted it to be like that for families
The backcountry is where they can develop small communities
Because of beliefs of superiority
portugal developed plantation colonies, trading post empires, and settlement colonies
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They based it off what they believe in.
There were no divers in the middle colony.
The colonies were business enterprises. The colonies adopted native agricultural techniques. The colonies were able to develop their own political and social institutions. The colonies promoted freedom of religion.
Slavery developed in the colonies because people who own slaves would sell them and load them into slave ships and shipped them to other colonies.
The long growing season
to earn money and have large farms
Why did the plantation system develop in the south but not in the New England or the Middle Colonies?
because they did.
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He helped to develop colonies for England in Northern America
Knowledge of undersea features such as the Midatlantic Ridge gradually grew during the 19th century as accurate hydrographic surveys were made across the world. The ridge is many thousands of miles long, so parts of it would have been discovered at different dates years apart.
Large scale farming developed in the southern colonies because they had slaves to work the plantations.
Why are colonies that develop heavily seeded plate smaller than those appear on a sparsely seeded plate?
Microbe colonies develop in larger sizes on sparsely seeded plates due to the abundance of plate surface they have for growth. Heavily seeded plates produce smaller colonies as they are forced to compete with one another for basic survival.
It's debatable, but most people say Midatlantic (some say Northeast).
whats the difference between midAtlantic and new England
A desire for self-governement
they grew tabocco and indigo
question....? umm okay how many new york colonies are there? who developed them and when did they develop? hope this kinda helps!
Patroons which were people that obtained land for bringing at least 50 settlers to the colonies/Proprietary colonies which were colonies that were run by one person/Royal colonies were colonies that the king owned but the colonists made the local laws/Also there was the incident where William Penn received land from the king because he owed his father
The geography of the colonies were different. The south had good soil, so they became agricultural, and the north had bad soil, so they became industrial.
I'd say it was Midatlantic. More of an American "prep school" accent than a british one.
Virginia had the House of Burgesses and Massachusetts had the Mayflower Compact.
What elements of the English political heritage helped develop representative governments in American colonies?
Limited government and representative government are the two main elements of English political heritage that helped to develop representative governments in the American colonies. The Magna Carta, Petition of Right, and English Bill of Rights were all important documents that contributed to limited government in England and the colonies.
Why did the regions of New England colonies middle colonies and southern colonies develop differently?
The regions developed differently for a variety of regions. Geography, politics, religion and economics, among other things, all influenced how the regions developed.
Under the mercantile system, the colonies were required to develop trade with other nations, produce manufactured goods, and supply raw materials.
joint-stock companies were formed for coloniztion
If the slave did not do what they were told they would get HANGED!
they bought a lot of land in new york and new jersey
Portugal was much more focused on building its colonies and trade ties in Asia.
religious freedom was developed when the Quakers settled in the middle colonies. also when the puritans settled in the new England colonies that also developed religious freedom
No, they were located in the MidAtlantic/NorthEast area of the U.S.A. Some tribes that DID live in Alaska, however, were the Tinglit, the Inuits, and the Yakama.
It's called the Monroe Doctrine
maybe I think because it was a very busy place.
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the places that they where sent from like the English had different instructions than the British
Slavery developed in the Chesapeake colonies because its economy was largely agricultural. It required intensive labor for cultivation of tobacco and other crops, thus the Chesapeake planters turned towards slavery.