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A to spin thread B to grow crops C to sell lumber D to make coins 9 What is one reason that plantations were built near waterways? A Waterways were used to keep native peoples off the property. B Waterways were used to make electricity to run machines. C Waterways were used to transport goods to and from England. D Waterways were used to conduct religious ceremonies. 10 What kind of movement was the Great Awakening? com 5/20/13 11:11 AM name _________________________________________ date ____________________________ The Colonies become a nation, 1754–1820s Vocabulary Tip: Read the sentence.
They built factories. They sent money back to England. There were five Southern Colonies. The people who came here mainly wanted to make a lot of money. They brought their families. They owned large farms. They planted crops that they could sell. Tip: Read the passage carefully. Then read each question and all the answer choices. Think about the passage. Also think about what you already know about the colonies in North America. Use the passage and what you know to help you choose the best answer for each question.
It was the Proclamation of 1763. It tried to stop the fights with the native peoples. It told people they could not move west. People who had moved west were told to come back. People did not like this law. The colonists bought things from England. They bought sugar and tea. They bought other goods, too. The British wrote a law in 1767. It was the Townshend Act. This law put a tax on goods. The colonists fought over the law. The British killed some of them. This was called the Boston Massacre. It was in 1770.
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