Warm and warmer
Southern Life In a Nutshell
Howdy Y'all, I'm Josie and I'm Ayla. When you think southern the first things that comes to mind is barbecue. But were going to show y'all what life used to be like in colonial times. We'll show you everything from transportation to were they live and what they sold.
Southern homes were large, plantation mansions. 1 feature was a fireplace in every room.
Believe it or not this was their modern day car.
One of the most common jobs is a lumberjack.
Climate and Jobs
The Southern Colonies were the warmest of them all. With Hot summers and mild winters there's no better place to be. You can count on not loosing live stock to the weather. Speaking of which, there were many farmers down south. Other jobs include fur trading and lumberjacks.
The colonies were...
This shows men working in fields.
This shows just how warm it was even in winter.
This picture also shows men working in fields.
Cash crops were...
Land & home sweet home
In the south everyone had a lot of land. Most of it was used for farming, but some was used for houses. These houses have features like a fire place in every room. The land rocky soil, hills, plains, forests, rivers, and swamps.
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