Early U.S. History - Cumulative Exam

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The Southern Colonies and the Son?s of Liberty

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Southern farmers culativate large areas and produce abundant cash crops.

Southern plantation owners relied on enslaved Africans to work the fields

Southern farmers grew wealthy because every member of the family worked.

Sam Adams

John Handcok

Ben Franklin

Paul Revere

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During the 1700?s the population of African slaves grew from 28,000 to over 500,000

Started as a business man, supported the Son?s of Liberty, lost his money.

Representive of the Colonies to Parliment. Inventor. Advisor to the representives during the 2nd Contential Congress.

During the 1700s Africans were eager to come to America.

Silversmith, Son of Liberty, Led troops at Bunker Hill. Best horseman in the beginning of the conflicts.

Southern farmers special in growing crops that would be sold for a profit.

Tax collector that did more giving back than sending money to England. Leader of the Son?s of Liberty


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