Where did colonist settle in order to get land for farming?
i think new amsterdam
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The first colony was established in order to have control over more land, to raise crops since the soil wasn't as rich in the Netherlands as it was in Delaware, and last of all since Delaware was right on the coast of the Atlantic ocean so it was very simple and easy to catch fish.
The majority of New France colonists settled along the SaintLawrence River. The establishment of New France began with thefounding of the first French permanent settlement near Quebec in1608 by Samuel de Champlain.
The colonists were fleeing England due to religious persecution.They set sail for America and landed at what is todayMassachusetts. They originally were headed for Virginia but becausethey were blown to the north by a storm, they decided to stay.
the defined needs of the colonists were, by far, the same or similar as they are today, however, the poor farmers were not kept alive by farm-subsidy programs.
THE RIGHT ANSWER: In fact, Jamestown is a settlement in Virginia and not South Carolina. So this answer does not apply to you if you are looking up South Carolina. Actually the people who were going to Jamestown were lazy englishmen who didn't do anything but pan for gold and that's why so many of t…hem died. ( Full Answer )
The colonists settled in Jamestown, Virginia because they thoughtthat it might have gold and silver. Also, they moved here becauseof its abundant resources. The main crop of this was tobacco. Theywere the center of the tobacco industry. Furthermore, Jamestown wasconveniently located next to the ocea…n, so supply ships couldeasily access Jamestown and tobacco exports could be easily made.Eventually, help from the British navy was needed. ( Full Answer )
Early colonists mostly settled in this particular area due toinvestments made by the Massachusetts Bay Company. The reason theysettled in America at all was most of the population was Puritanand they were escaping the Church of England.
Swedish settlements began in southern New Jersey in 1638, whichtouched off a rivalry between the two powers over the fur trade TheDutch under Peter Stuyvesant successfully evicted the Swedes in1655. The entire region was claimed by England for the Duke of York(later King James II) in 1664. The name… New Jersey was introduced,which honored the isle of Jersey in the English Channel. answer information: u-s-history.com/pages/h591.html ( Full Answer )
Georgia was the final colony of the original 13 to be settled. Thiscolony was settled in 1732 by General James Oglethorpe.
The majority of New France colonists settled along the St. Lawrence River. The reason they came to settle in New Spain is because there was not a lot of room left in New France and because since there was not a lot of room they came over to New Spain.
The majority of colonists who came to America for religiousfreedom. Most of the Plymouth colonists practiced the Quakerreligion.
Religious freedom , money, and a new life are reasons colonists settled in America .
Colonists settled in the Middle Colonies because of the fertilesoil, long growing season, religious freedom and equality to all.
Oldest at the bottom, newest at the top. OR Largest particles first, finest particles last.
Lord Baltimore desired an American colony for Roman Catholics.Catholics immigrated to Maryland for this religious freedom. Thecolony was named after Queen Mary of the Scots.
Poor economic conditions in Europe, the hope and dream of land and property ownership in the New World and the possibility of accumulating wealth and status.
Georgia was colonized to be a rare safe haven for debters trying to work off their debt.
Colonists found that many places were suitable for farming. By the 1750s, there were some farmers in Massachusetts, but the vast majority settled in the southern or Middle-Atlantic region, especially in Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina, and Georgia.
One reason would be because that is where their ship landed, and they didn't know what unknown evils may be lying in wait for them in the interior. Another big reason would be that food, in the form of fishing and digging for clams, etc., was known to exist on the shoreline, but they wouldn't neces…sarily know how to get food if they ventured further inland. ( Full Answer )
English colonists settled in North America for good resources, good land for farming, gold, and freedom of religion.
because when the time of settling was great much of the land was taken so that was a perfect haven for people who want to get away from it all for any reason
first they but there thumb up there but then lick it and it said south so they went to Maryland
Plymouth Colony (or Plantation), the second permanent English settlement in North America, was founded in 1620 by settlers including a group of religious dissenters commonly referred to as the Pilgrims. Though theologically very similar to the Puritans who later founded the http://www.answers.com/…topic/massachusetts-bay-colony , the Pilgrims believed that the Church of England could not be reformed. Rather than attempting to http://www.answers.com/topic/purify the church, the Pilgrims desired a total separation ( Full Answer )
for religious reasons or for jobs ANSWER: The main reason for the colony of North Carolina, was for agriculture. The main reasons for the colony of South Carolina, was for agriculture and trade.
Because the they needed to because there was burned up parts and it was good to live in
The first colonists to settle in Australia were a mixture of over 700 convicts sent from Britain, and the officers sent to oversee the new colony, under the command of Governor Arthur Phillip. There were also many marines, some of whom brought their wives and children.
The weather was more benign than in Massachusetts, and the Indians could be coerced into selling the entire island of Manhatten for the equivalent of $24.00.
Who settled Georgia and what were the reasons circumstances of the first colonists who settled there?
James oglethorpe, he wanted to create a place for the debtors and poor. that way the jails in England wouldn't get to ful
Wiliam Penn, a wealthy Quacker, wanted freedom of religion for male christians. He bought and set up his own colony, but I'm not sure why he would choose Pensylvania, but you can tell he named it after himself..
The Spanish came to America for gold to spread Christianity andescape religious persecution. Under the auspices of the Spanishcrown, their explorers and conquistadors came to the New World tostake out territorial claims. This was the some of the same reasonsthe English, Dutch and French explorers ca…me to the New World for. ( Full Answer )
Settled Farming is the practice of farming an area permanently where the soil is good (fertile) and the water source is reliable. This usually occurs in the Ethiopian Highlands, around Lake Victoria, where millet, coffee, corn, and cacao are grown, Along the Nile, where cotton and sugar cane are fo…und, in Mediterranean Africa, where most farmers grow wheat, and Southern Africa, where wheat, corn, vineyards, rice, and citrus fruits are grown. ( Full Answer )
New England colonists settled in villages to have communitysecurity. Living by oneself in a new land could be full of unknowndangers.
1000000000000000000 dead people and 3 alive people. there was a lot of heavy weaponry and cannibals.
The main reason was to search and find gold. Then, bring it back to Spain.
The Pilgrims decided to leave England because of religious conflicts. They later settled in the Netherlands. Mothers had said their children were growing too much Dutch. So they left the Netherlands for Jamestown, Virginia, because other English colonists were making a living there. While on the voy…age, a terrible storm hit their path and caused them to end up in Plymouth. ( Full Answer )
Colonists settled in the New England colonies because they wanted to practice their religion freely.
i really don't think its farming that's just stupid if your going to put the answer put the right one......
The first colony was the "lost colony" of Roanoke, an island off the coast of South Carolina. This colony disappeared and historians still don't know what happened. The next colony was Jamestown. Jamestown was begun in 1607 by a group of investors who sent 104 men to look for gold. They landed in an… area that was swampy, with bad water, and had over 8,000 Native Americans living in the area. Within six months only 34 men were still alive in Jamestown. The colony was saved by the introduction of tobacco. In 1620 the Pilgrims landed in Mass after being blown off course and founded Plymouth colony. There were 60 men, women, and children. Three young sisters were sent alone by their father because he was going through a divorce with their mother. The girls didn't not live very long after arrival. ( Full Answer )
They accumulate and gather up into thick layers, which with time get compacted and lithified to form sedimentary rock.
A land farm is a "farm" that literally grows land or soil. It is an operation that grows clean dirt from oil contaminated dirt that can then be used as fill dirt in construction (since you would want to grow crops in previously contaminated soil). It is a practice that employs specially enhanced mic…robes that use the petroleum waste as food, breaking down the waste in the process. Landfarming is also a term applied to waste disposal by the systematic application of waste to the land surface an the subsequent fertilizing and tilling of the ground to encourage bacteria to consume the waste. A landfarming area is designed to prevent aquifer contamination, runoff nad allow for sampling to determine the rate of decomposition. Typical wastes disposed of in this way include oily sludges. biotreater microbial sludges, sewage, and dairy and cheese plant wastes. Te waste is often pretreated with a dewatering system. Temporary landfarms may be established near drilling sites to treat incidental waste generated during the drilling process. ( Full Answer )
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The colonist settle at the fort orange(Albany) to the new Amsterdam(new York) wich the Hudson River was in between.
Most of them located in or near the present day cities of Princeton and Trenton.
The territory of New France extended from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, west of the Appalachian Mountains. It consisted of five colonies: Canada, Acadia, Hudson Bay, Plaisance (Newfoundland) and Louisiana.
The first permanent settlement was in Jamestown, Virginia. There goal was to become rich from the gold they hoped to find in this "New World", but instead most of them ended up dyeing from malaria. Jamestown was built on a peninsula, so they could see if an attack was coming, but it was bitter-sweet…, the land they picked was swampy, bad for farming and filled with mosquitoes and disease. Until John Smith came in and saved the colony with the discovery of a less bitter tobacco. Also he made everyone work with the famous quote "No work, no food!" John Smith became injured and was sent back to England. John Rolf came in and made friends with the near by native American tribe, he later married the chiefs daughter, Pocohantis. however the first settlement was in Roanoke were all the people diapered ( Full Answer )
I expressed my thanks for a safe ocean voyage and kissed the ground. The original colonists may have had a national flag readied for planting.
Why is good farm land a place where people like to settle For how long have they settled in farming areas?
Good farmland is a good place to settle because you can have all the basic necessities of life that you might not otherwise have like: food, timber, and water from springs or streams. The first settlers usually settled where farmland was good because they couldn't go to Wal-mart like we can. It doe…sn't really matter nowadays if farmland is good because well we can go to Wal-mart. ( Full Answer )
Even with the constant wars between the cities, the rate ofbreeding in a pre-contraception age produced heavy populationincreases in mainland Greece. Greece had mostly poor soil, and withtheir household plots of land of about a hectare, it could not bedivided amongst several children, so the surplus… was placed onships and sent to colonise and make a living for themselves inother parts. So these colonies sprouted all around theMediterranean and Black Seas. It was also a way for thenon-propertied bottom class to gain farmholder status by joiningthese expeditions, and a way of getting rid of unpopular upperclass people to lead the colony expeditions. The first colonies went east to Asia Minor where a couple ofhundred cities were established, then to the west - Italy, Sicily,North Africa, Gaul. Sicily became popular as a large island with a fertilecoast, a good climate and the local population of Sicels unable toput up effective resistance and forced into the mountainousinterior. These colonies later became a problem as the Persians in the Eastand the Carthaginians and Romans in the West imposed their rule onthem. ( Full Answer )
Silver and Gold were found on this site, Which P.S. was not true. It was a myth from the Spanish.
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