Education was very important but only the wealthy could afford to have their children tutored. Boys often went to apprenticeships where they would live in a home of another to learn a trade . this person would offer the boy neccesities for living and in return the boy would work for free until he was able to go out and open his own shop. Some girls attended Dame schools however most learned from their mothers. They learned to cook, clean, sew, etc...
Yes, there was private education in the middle colonies.
Education in the southern colonies were important
In the Middle colonies
It is the Middle colonies!
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Slavery was important in the middle colonies because they were used as farmers. The soil in the middle colonies was very fertile. Slaves were also used as nannies for children
There are several important landforms that are found in the middle colonies. A few of these landforms are, the Catskills, the Adirondacks, and the Appalachian Mountains.
The middle and southern colonies' campaigns were important because they were the melting pot of that age. The middle colonies had lots of religions and cultures, while the southern colonies had vegetation. They used this to create what we call a melting pot.
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One important fact of Middle Colonies is it had no longer growing season because of its hot weather during summer.
Since I am doing my research with my project of Delaware and the Middle Colonies, the most important feature is the following:RiversThey used many natural resources and the Middle Colonies were surrounded by the Southern Colonies and the New England Colonies.
Lumber, textiles, and shipbuilding were important industries for the Middle Colonies,.
There were very few schools in the middle colonies by the 1700s. The literacy rate in these states was far lower compared to northern colonies.
the most important river in the middle colonies were the Delaware and the new York.
The Middle Colonies were called the "Bread Colonies" because they farmed important grains that helped keep them alive.
The most important was tobacco.