The Great Awakening began in South Carolina. (F) 65. The best known figure of the Great Awakening was William Penn (F) 66. The English constitution incorporated four distinct
The New England Colonies had four original colonies which were: New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. The environment in the New England Colonies was colder than the other two colonies because they were farther north. This was an advantage to the New England Colony because the cold prevented many diseases from spreading. However, the severe winters killed many people. New England was consisting mostly of hills and rocky soil.
The Alpine biome is a beautiful, but treacherous area; the cold temperatures mean that the life there has to be tough to survive. Because plants reproduce so slowly in the frigid weather, it is also a very fragile biome. The Alpine Biome is located between 10,000 feet and snow level on the mountains. There are not many species of plants that can survive the climate conditions of this biome. The temperature ranges from 50 to 60 degrees in the summer and drop below freezing in the winter.
Although the New England colonies and the Chesapeake colonies both were settled by the English people, they developed into two distinct societies in which the New England colonies were migrating for religious freedom, and the Chesapeake colonies were settled to add more wealth to the names of the English travelers. The two different societies were developed because of the backgrounds of the colonists. The English who ventured to the northern part of the New World came for religious freedom, and to be with the rest of the people who practiced the same religion. These people were the Puritans. The English who settled the Chesapeake region came for gold, only to become more wealthy.
The Spanish Southwest colonies compared to the New England Colonies Parker Griebel During the 17th century, many people flocked to the new land of America for religious and political freedom and to take advantage of economic opportunity. The Spanish Southwest and the English colonies of New England differ in many different ways including politically, religiously, and most importantly, economically. The political rulers of the Spanish Southwest colonies kept a tight grip on the people in their territories. They came as conquerors which resulted in an autocratic and they were solely devoted to the furthering of the motherland, Spain. Spain gave their territories little freedom and self rule.
New England appealed to well off colonists of the middle class. The cold climate help prevent the spread of bacteria. Land there was mostly hilly and had poor rocky soil, not suitable for growing crops. New Englanders used their natural resources including fish and furs to make a living. Fish their becomes a major industry.
Over half of the colony’s land is suitable for farming and almost 90% is forest. Even though it has a lot of it is suitable farmland much of it is not yet cultivated. Furthermore if New Brunswick joined confederation it would increase the farming because the government could fund some money to cultivate the land. When New Brunswick increases their agriculture it will also increase their trade. Let’s begin with Lumber, 90% of New Brunswick is farming, some of that lumber can be used to trade with other colonies for items that will benefit New Brunswick such as ploughs and cattle.
By the late 1600’s and early 1700’s, Britain colonies emerged in North America. Although, these colonies were grouped accordingly simply due to their location; the reason why they were found and their industry, each colony had differences as far as way of life was concerned. Nonetheless, they were the original thirteen colonies: Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire belonged to the New England Colonies; Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey belonged to the Middle Colonies; and, Southern Colonies which contained Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. The New England Colonies Economically, the New England Colonies were mainly farmers and fishermen. Relying with their sons and daughters, they produced their own food and clothing; exported grains, like corn and wheat, and animals or livestock to
They didn't worry as much about surviving cold winters. The warmer climate also had an adverse affect on the colonists in the Southern Colonies. The warm, moist conditions carried diseases that killed the settlers. The climate of the New England Colonies was colder than the other two colonial regions because
By pollarding trees at this height it means that the tree is able to survive and therefore can carry on to row and supply wood. This means that the growing of the species can continue until its reaches its climax of oak and elm trees, rather than the whole tree being cut down completely and being forced into a plagioclimax where small trees like rowan and hawthorn are the dominant species. However some temperate deciduous woodlands have been cut down for recreational purposes, an example of this is Epping Forest where a large amount of the forest has been cut down to home 60 football pitches. This means that the forest has not been able to climax naturally and so has meant that there is in fact a plagioclimax, with the dominating species being grass. This is the first stage of the temperate deciduous woodland biome and would mean that the area would have to be left untouched for many years for the succession to happen.