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Aiden And John

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Transcript of Aiden And John

In the North Carolina colony, there was no dominant religion, letting there be religious freedom for Anglicans, Baptists, and other settlers.
Religion
The Southern Colonies had the largest slave population who worked on the plantations. Plantations would grow cotton, rice, tobacco, and other crops. Crops were then traded for items that could not be produced on their plantations including lace or thread, farm tools, and dishes.
Economy
The North Carolina colony was one of the original 13 colonies, located off the Atlantic coast of North America. Classified as a southern colony, the Province of North Carolina was an English Colony in North America that existed from 1653 until 1776, when it joined the other 12 of the 13 colonies in rebellion against Great Britain and became the U.S. state of North Carolina.
History
FOUNDER
Aiden And John
The North Carolina colony was founded in 1653 by the Virginia colonists. In the 1660's the Proprietors of the colony realized that it wasn't possible for one assembly to manage a colony as Carolina. It was time consuming and troublesome to constantly go back and forth, so they divided the North and South from each other in 1712.
SOURCES
-https://www.landofthebrave.info/north-carolina-colony.htm
-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Province_of_North_Carolina
People Living In The Colony
Why People Would Want To Settle Here.
People would want to settle here for...
Religious Freedom
Weather (warm almost all year round and winters aren't hard to survive)
Majority of the population was made up of English, but some of it was made up of immigrants. The jobs people had were most probably tailors, masons and carpenter, salesmen, and most common, farmers.
Soil was great for planting
Trading
Natural Resources
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