Who settled in the southern colonies?
The English settled in the Southern Colonies.
Georgia is the southern most of the 13 colonies.
The southern colonies where settled by the English, Scottish, enslaved workers, Indentured servant, and IrishThe largest religious group to settle in the Southern colonies was the Puritans. There were also a lot of Separatists that ended up in the South.
The southern colonies made money from farming and from all the parts of the 13 colonies, there goel was for money anyway.
Actually, both those groups settled in the northerncolonies.
English,Scottish, and enslaved workers
The southern colonies were practices religious freedom, however the dominant religions were Puritan, Anglican, Protestant, and Christian.
Mostly from Britain, though Florida was settled by Spain.
The Southern colonies were just a part of the 13 originals colonies settled by the English during the 1600s and 1700s. Therefore the government of the southern colonies was under the British government, just like the northern colonies. Each of the 13 colonies had a governor who reported to the English government.
They did not adapt to their environment . . . they settled there because the environment that they wanted was there, already.
New England settled the middle colonies. This was a English colonies.
The Southern Colonies were agricultural lands. It was mostly populated by the upper class of England who owned the lands and their slaves who worked on the land. These slaves were mostly African.
The early settlers settled in the southern colonies since there many riches associated with these colonies. One of the man cash crops in the area was tobacco and the settlers came here for economic gains.
German immigrants settled the middle colonies.
South Carolina was one of the original colonies in the United States. It was settled by Europeans in the 16th century, and founded in the 17th century.
The southern colonies were settled by either the English, French or the Spanish. The deep south, from Florida to Louisiana were settled by the Spanish or French and going up the Atlantic coast from Georgia were mostly settled by the English. As a matter of fact Georgia is name for King George II, the king of England in the early 1700s.
The last of the thirteen colonies to be settled was Georgia.
Of the original 13 colonies the southern colonies settled for profit and trade. since the south's cash crop was tobacco they used it to make a large sum of there money and in using tobacco they were able to trade for many goods that they did nit have do to there location.
The English, German, Swiss and other Europen colonies settled the 13 original colonies.
Americans settled in the southern region because of the things they have and its states and because its culture.
If they had not been settled, they would not have been colonies!
Puritain families settled in the new England colonies for religious reasons
Geography affected where people settled in the southern colonies because most were looking for a good water source and fertile land to farm. These were located along the coastal plains. The southern climate was another factor. Tobacco cannot be grown in cooler climates such as New Jersey. For the most part settlers initially populated the coasts of the Southern colonies. This placed them apart from Native Americans.
What did the Southern Colonies do for entertainment?