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When was colonial North Carolina settled?


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Answered 2009-12-06 21:06:25

North Carolina was settled in 1663.

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Usually the land is good for farming and growing crops, which was a very important need for the settlers. That's partly why they settled in Colonial North Carolina.


People that had settled in Virginia moved to North Carolina.


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North Carolina was settled in 1663.


The religions that were practiced in colonial North Carolina were the Anglican and the Jewish religions.


Directly below North Carolina.


Some occupations in colonial North Carolina were: Sewing, craftmen, artisticfeatureics, & fishing.


In 1653, some Virginians settled in what would become North Carolina. In 1663, King Charles II issued a royal charter to eight nobles to settle the area south of Virginia. They created Carolina and included the previous settlement. However, because of internal problems, the crown took over the colony and formed North and South Carolina out of it in 1729.


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The Virginians and Taylor Janssen founded North Carolina Colony


Colonial North Carolina was a very big producer of tobacco and cotton. They were also one of the major importers of slaves.



The primary economy of colonial North Carolina was based on agriculture. The most common crop was cotton along with corn and wheat.


North Carolina in the colonial times was very flat and had a lot of lakes. There was also rich soil for growing tabacco.


In 1720 the population of North Carolina was 21,270 then by 1775 the population grew to 345,652.


Colonial North Carolina was founded by king george or king Charles the second


I would think so, since North Carolina still exists today.


People moved to north Carolina in order to practice their religion freely. North Carolina was the first English settlement. People of these area was mostly foreigners.


The government of colonial North Carolina was a smaller version of the federal government. It was democratic and under the leadership of a governor who made decisions for the colonies.


The culture in colonial North Carolina was agriculturally based. They were many plantations with large population of African slaves. The economy was dependent on the slave labor.


North Carolina was once combined with South Carolina during colonial day.This was called Carolina.Carolina split apart into North and South because of social differences.


The southern colonies included North Carolina, South Carolina, and Maryland. The people who settled in the southern colonies were British nobleman.


The government in colonial South Carolina is a proprietery colony.They were proprietary like North Carolina, but later became a royal colony.



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