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North Vs. South Colonies

Summary: Describes the conflicts between the northern and southern colonies in America during the Revolutionary War.
From the earliest beginnings of the colonization in America through the Revolutionary War and the antebellum period, the disparity between the colonies of the North and South was as evident in their reasons for immigration and settlement as it was in their development culturally, economically, geographically, and politically. The first impetus for colonization in the south was the search for gold and fortunes by companies, which had received charters from the King of England. The colonists populating the southern areas began their agrarian economy with John Rolfe's cultivation of tobacco and the trade that followed in 1612. The Virginia Company used the head right system to encourage settlement by granting land and acreage for the immigration and indentured service. Cargo shops were starting to bring in slaves to further help cultivate the land. Following the Virginia Company example, Lord Baltimore who had established the city of Baltimore...

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