Comparison Of Colonial Regions
- Tobacco and Rice were two crops that were heavily relied on. The south's economy also relied on indentured servants which were later known as slaves.
- The southern society was made up of rich plantation owners, poor farmers, and slaves. At this time public education did not exist so, women taught children at home.
- The middle colony had larger cities that had ports for shipping products and they did both farming and commerce. They also had a thriving fur trade with the Native Americans.
- The population in the middle colony was more diverse. This was also the home of the Quakers.