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Extra resources for American History 1. Discovery - 1887
1 Why was mercantilism important? A It caused major disputes over land ownership in North America. B It made it legal for Spain to transport slaves to the Americas. C It gave European countries the same set of laws to obey. D It allowed Great Britain to control colonial trade. 2 Why did John White leave the colonists on Roanoke Island? A He went to get supplies that the colonists needed from England. B He went to fight for England during the war with Spain. C He went to get more people from England to help maintain the colony.
Wheat and other grains also grew in the Middle Colonies. Many factories were built there. They made iron and other goods that could be sold and traded. The Southern Colonies were mostly large farms. These colonists grew cash crops, or crops that can be sold. They raised cotton and tobacco. They grew sugar. The colonists sold these crops to other colonists and to England. People built their homes out of wood and stone. The first homes were just one room—the kitchen. Colonists burned wood in a fireplace.
Com 5/20/13 11:11 AM name _________________________________________ date ____________________________ Europeans and Africans in America, 1585–1763 Graph: The Slave Trade, 1450–1900 Use the graph to answer the questions. The graph shows the percentage of slaves imported to different regions. 4% British North America and United States Tip: Read the graph carefully. Remember that a circle graph divides a whole into different parts. Refer to the graph after you read each question. Be sure you read all the answer choices before you choose an answer.
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