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Spanish reasons for settlement

gold, wealth, timber

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Spanish colonies economy

looking for raw materials, no substantial resource

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Spanish colonies native relations

very hostile, attempted to convert natives to Catholicism

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Spanish colonies size

very small colonies (s)

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French reasons for settlement

fur trade

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French colony economy

traded furs from Natives for guns, horses, and alcohol (hooked natives on alcohol)

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French colonies native relations

peaceful with the Huron, hostile with the Iroquois Confederacy

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French colonies size

small, mostly men (f)

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English reasons for settlement

permanent colonies, religious freedom, economic freedom, political freedom, competition,

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English colonies economy

more diverse economy: agriculture (controls food supply), fish, timber (owning land->more people->more land->more crops->more wealth->owning land)

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English colonies relations with Natives

really really bad, took land from Natives (e)

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English colonies size

very large and populous

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New England Colonies reason for settlement

Puritans and Separatists wanted religious freedom, traveled as families (more populations, more education), economic freedom

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New England Colonies religion

believed in predestination and strict religious views, priests taught conversion, no religious freedom except for Rhode Island

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New England Colonies economy

small family farms, fish, merchants, cities, trade skills, RICH

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New England Colonies native relations

very bad (nec)

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List of New England Colonies

Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire

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Middle Colonies reason for settlement

good farming, religious tolerance

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Middle Colonies Religion

Quakers, Catholics, pacifists, religious freedom

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Middle Colonies Economy

diverse economy: farm, timber, fishing, trading; large populations, very educated

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Middle Colonies relations with Natives

pretty friendly

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List of Middle Colonies

Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland

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Southern Colonies reasons for settlement

wealth, mostly poor young men, large wealth gap

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Southern Colonies religion

little religious freedom, less educated, less religious, less family values

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Southern Colonies economy

indentured servants, less populated, cash crops: tobacco, cotton, indio, sugar

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Southern Colonies relations with Natives

negative relations with Natives (sc)

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List of Southern Colonies

Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia

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Royal Colonies relationship with Britain

direct Britain control

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who controls Royal Colonies

king chooses government, colonists choose limited legislature

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Intended purpose of Royal Colonies

used to produce wealth for Britain, viewed themselves as British citizens

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Proprietary Colonies relationship with Britain

not under British control, self-sufficient

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who controlled Proprietary Colonies

land given from king to proprietors, proprietors chose government

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Intended purpose of Proprietary Colonies

king got rid of certain groups because he couldn't control them

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Charter Colonies relationship with Britain

king owns colony but doesn't control it

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who controlled Charter Colonies

colonists vote for governor, colonists vote for legislature

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Intended purpose of Charter Colonies

populate New World, give people religious freedom

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