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  • Northern Colonies Goals
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    Achieving the Model Society (Colonies and their Goals) Many historical cultures are remembered for the successful way of life they achieved over time. Many of them achieved their success by creating goals and a vision and eventually fulfilling them. In America in the seventeenth century, the Northern and Southern Colonies were successful because of the goals that they set out to achieve. The Northern Colonies and the Southern Colonies both accomplished their vision of becoming a model society. T...
  • Middle Colonies
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    The Middle and Southern settlements were as different as night and day. Established for different economical and social reasons, these two colonial areas share very few similarities. Reasons for their migration and their final destinations greatly influenced the outcome of each society. First, the Southern Colonies were formed by aristocratic Europeans who came to the New World in search of land. These wealthy people brought Europeans and African servants. In their new home, the aristocrats prod...
  • Southern Colonies
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    Differences Between the Northern and Southern Colonies In the time of 1607-1783 there were many social, economic, and political differences between the two Northern and Southern colonies. The Southern colonies consisted of Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. People that went to the Middle colonies were seeking economic well being and they did not bring their families to the New World. Without families, they could focus more on economic issues, making more money, and ...
  • New England And Southern Colonies
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    The New England and Southern Colonies were both settled largely by the English. By 1700, the regions had evolved into two distinct societies. The southern colonies have characteristics that are the antithesis of the New England colonies attributes. New England was colonized for Freedom of Worship and freedom of political thought. The Southern colonies were developed for freedom of economic opportunity. The New England colonies had aspirations for a distinct society, where they could show their h...
  • Everyday Life In The Colonial Days
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    What was Life Like in Colonial Times? When the first colonists came to America there were not many things available to them. Their life was hard, almost impossible compared to life today. The early colonists spent almost every hour of everyday working to stay alive. They survived because they were committed to making their settlement grow. (John F. Warner- pg. 12-13) The first colonists had to make almost everything using only a few simple tools. They built their own houses, their furniture, and...
  • Religious Motive In Their Colonies
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    The religious motive is often emphasized as the predominant one in the migration of the early English colonizers to the New England, but economic motives were undoubtedly the most effective in promoting colonization. Economic considerations were greatly emphasized in the early settlements of the Southern Colonies. As for religious considerations were mainly found in the colonization of the New England Colonies. The Middle Colonies on the other hand were considered to be mainly established for re...
  • South's Hunger For Additional Slave States
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    House Divided A House Divided The seventeenth century proved to be a century of change as men and women crossed the Atlantic for various reasons. Some moved to escape bad marriages, some moved from poverty, and others moved from troubling royal policies. Whatever their reasons were, the colonists had one common goal -- - to strive for a better life. Sharing this common bond, Americans banded together and fought for independence during the Revolution. As the Revolution ended, Americans felt overj...
  • Northern And Southern Colonies
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    How did the different social and economic characteristics of the northern and southern colonies later play a crucial, and tragic, role in American history? The northern and southern colonies had various social and economic differences, all of which eventually contributed to a tragic event in American history. The northern colonies were composed of individuals that mainly came from the eastern part of England. Mainly small farmers and artisans, they were puritans that had money and valued educati...

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