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List the colonies in the South.

Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
List the colonies in New England.
Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut
List the colonies in the Mid-Atlantic.
New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey
Which colonial region had timber, fish, and deep harbors as natural resources?
New England
Which colonial region had rich farmlands and rivers as natural resources?
Mid-Atlantic
Which colonial region had fertile land, rivers, and harbors as natural resources?
Southern
Which colonial region had skilled craftsmen, shopkeepers, and shipbuilders as human resources?
New England
Which colonial region had skilled and unskilled workers and fishermen as human resources?
Mid-Atlantic
Which colonial region had farmers and slaves as human resources?
Southern
How did the New England colonies depend on the Southern colonies?
for raw materials like cotton
How did the New England colonies depend on the Mid-Atlantic colonies?
for grain and livestock
How did the Mid-Atlantic colonies depend on the New England and Southern colonies?
for things they couldn’t produce
How did the Southern colonies depend on the New England colonies?
for manufactured goods
What area of colonial America supported the Church of England?
Southern
What area of colonial America did separatists live in?
New England
Which colonial region had villages and church as the center of the life and religious reformers and separatists?
New England
Which colonial region had town meetings?
New England
Which colonial region had coastal lowlands, bays, deep rivers, and rich farmlands?
Mid-Atlantic
Which colonial region had villages and cities, as well as diverse lifestyles and religions?
Mid-Atlantic
Which colonial region had livestock, grain, and fish?
Mid-Atlantic
Which colonial region had market towns?
Mid-Atlantic
Which colonial region had tobacco, cotton, wood, and indigo products?
Southern
Which colonial region had fishing, shipbuilding, and naval supplies?
New England
Which colonial region had Boston Harbor and a hilly, rocky, jagged coastline?
New England
Which colonial region had moderate summers and cold winters?
New England
Which colonial region had the piedmont region, Atlantic Coastal Plain, good harbors, and rivers?
Southern
Which colonial region had counties?
Southern
Which colonial region had plantations, mansions, indentured servants, few schools, and few cities?
Southern
Which colonial region had a humid climate, mild winters, and hot summers?

Southern