Section_Handout_Week_of_Feb_18_Answers

A alluvial region b piedmont region c western uplands

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Unformatted text preview: does Wishart conclude was the main effect of the removal of the Cherokee in 1836 on agricultural productivity in the region? He argues that the Cherokee were significantly productive prior to removal and removal mainly acted as a transfer of rent from the Cherokee to white settlers. Using the map 3 below, sketch in each of the following landmarks. Label the area with (a), (b), … , and so on. a. New England b. Massachusetts c. Rhode Island d. New York e. Delaware f. South Carolina g. Maryland Follow- up questions a. What were the major activities in the colonial cities of New York City and Philadelphia? Major shipping port, insurance, finance b. What were the major activities in the New England region? Subsistence farming, fishing and whaling, shipbuilding, timber and crafts c. What were the major activities of Georgia and South Carolina? Rice and indigo Using the map 4 below, sketch in each of the following landmarks. Label the area with (a), (b), … , and so on. a. Alluvial region b. Piedmont region c. Western Uplands region Follow- up questions a. Was slave labor more or less efficient than free (white) labor in the South? Does it matter which farm size we consider? Yes it doe...
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