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New England colonists lived mainly by farming and fishing. They also grew some crops, such as corn and wheat. They sold extra crops to England. 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.

Then read each question and all the answer choices. Think about the passage. Also think about what you already know about life in the original colonies. Use the passage and what you know to help you choose the best answer for each question. 1 What kind of work did most of the people in the Southern Colonies do? A farm B fish C construction D manufacturing 2 What is the most likely reason that homes had little furniture? A The people did not know how to build furniture. B The families did not have enough wood to make furniture.

D People who bought their trip across the Atlantic by agreeing to work for someone for a certain period of time. 9 Why did the Puritans move to New England? A for rich farmland B for religious freedom C for the adventure D for the raw materials 10 What did Spain hope to teach the native peoples of North America? A how to be Catholic B how to grow crops C how to fight the English D how to mine for gold 25 5/20/13 11:11 AM name _________________________________________ date ____________________________ Europeans and Africans in America, 1585–1763 Vocabulary Tip: Read the sentence.

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