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Life in the Middle Atlantic Colonies

Summary: Describes life in the Middle Atlantic Colonies. Explains how the settlers eventually established several more self sufficient colonies despite facing and conquering hardships in their everyday lives.
From the plains and rolling hills to the abundance of rich, thick soil, the mid-Atlantic Colonies was a wonderful place to live. People today assume that life in the mid- Atlantic Colonies was fairly easy with the colonist facing only a few hardships. However, the settlers were constantly facing and conquering the difficult work and hardships in their everyday life and eventually they established several more self sufficient colonies.

Upon arrival, the colonist would build a half-faced camp. Two forked posts would be set up, about ten feet apart, supporting a pole that light logs were leaned against. Then more logs were stacked horizontally to close up the sides. To keep out the rain, a layer of bark was added. The front side was left open, with a fire burning in front of it. When the half-faced camp was complete, the large surrounding trees were girdled and killed...

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