Compare and contrast the cultures of some of the English colonies.

Discussion Question #1: Compare and contrast the cultures of some of the English colonies.

Discussion Question #2: Which English colony would you have liked to have lived in? Why?

PLEASE EXPLAIN WHETHER YOU AGREE WITH MY CLASSMATE RESPONSE TO THE ABOVE QUESTION AND WHY? (A MININUM OF 150 WORDS)
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Discussion Question #1: Compare and contrast the cultures of some of the English colonies.
The English Colonies I choice to compare are the Mid Atlantic colonies and the New English colonies. Both of the colonies had a good population growth. The Mid Atlantic Colonies had seen a vast difference in the settlers that came to the land. The Mid Atlantic had seen settlers come from a number of different lands like German, Netherlands, Scotland and Ireland. I was surprised about the amount of different areas that settled. As I was reading over the original thirteen colonies I had come across ones I had never heard of The Tobacco Colonies. The Colonies were founded when King James had divided the Atlantic Seaboard in two this giving way to the London Company. I was unsure with the reading if this was the colonies that had become to know as the Roanoke Colony that by 1590 had vanished entirely with no knowledge of what had happened. I would be interested to find out if it was ever uncovered if the Colony had succumb to disease famine or nature.

Discussion Question #2: Which English colony would you has liked to have lived in? Why?
The English Colony that I would have chosen to live in would have to be the New England colonies. I feel like the size of the Colonies would have been the best chance for survival, they were progressive, diverse as well as knowledge with farming and trade. I feel like with my knowing that I have today I am very willing to learn and this type of personality could go a long way when you are starting a colony.


 

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Discussion Question #1: Compare and contrast the cultures of some of the English colonies.

Discussion Question #2: Which English colony would you have liked to have lived in? Why?

PLEASE EXPLAIN WHETHER YOU AGREE WITH MY CLASSMATE RESPONSE TO THE ABOVE QUESTION AND WHY? (A MININUM OF 150 WORDS)
CLASSMATE’S POST

Discussion Question #1: Compare and contrast the cultures of some of the English colonies.
The English Colonies I choice to compare are the Mid Atlantic colonies and the New English colonies. Both of the colonies had a good population growth. The Mid Atlantic Colonies had seen a vast difference in the settlers that came to the land. The Mid Atlantic had seen settlers come from a number of different lands like German, Netherlands, Scotland and Ireland. I was surprised about the amount of different areas that settled. As I was reading over the original thirteen colonies I had come across ones I had never heard of The Tobacco Colonies. The Colonies were founded when King James had divided the Atlantic Seaboard in two this giving way to the London Company. I was unsure with the reading if this was the colonies that had become to know as the Roanoke Colony that by 1590 had vanished entirely with no knowledge of what had happened. I would be interested to find out if it was ever uncovered if the Colony had succumb to disease famine or nature.

Discussion Question #2: Which English colony would you has liked to have lived in? Why?
The English Colony that I would have chosen to live in would have to be the New England colonies. I feel like the size of the Colonies would have been the best chance for survival, they were progressive, diverse as well as knowledge with farming and trade. I feel like with my knowing that I have today I am very willing to learn and this type of personality could go a long way when you are starting a colony.


 

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