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Base your answers to questions 3 and 4 on the images below and your knowledge of social
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Source: View of Boston Harbor Hand-colored etching by
Source: Life of George Washington (1732 - 1799) The farmer.
Francois Xavier Habermann 1770 - 1780
Washington standing among enslaved African-American field
workers harvesting grain; his Virginia home, Mt. Vernon, in the
background by Junius Brutus Stearn 1853
Based on these two images, which claim is most accurate?
(1) Colonial settlements did not vary much; all settlers lived in villages that grew into large cities.
(2) Large plantations growing tobacco and cotton were common in both New England and the southern colonies.
(3) Shipbuilding anchored the economy in northern and southern colonies.
(4) Colonial economies varied by region, depending on the geographic conditions.
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hich of the following most likely led to the situation depicted in the image on the left (View of Boston Harbor)?
1) British settlers imported wood from England to build large ships in Boston.
2) Colonial settlers excavated the shallow beach to create Boston harbor.
3) Naturally deep water and a sheltered harbor encouraged colonists to settle in Boston
) The British army invaded Boston to claim it from the Spanish empire.
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