Southern Colonies Travis L.

Slogan: Come to the Southern and never be starved.

These are the Southern Colonies.

Reason for Founding

The reason for the founding of the Southern Colonies is to make money and for religious reasons.



The southern colonies are great for growing crops. All year it is mostly hot. The Winters have a mild climate and the Summer has a hot climate. The soil is also very rich, which combined with the heat and some water is great for crops. The Southerns natural resources indigo, wheat, rice, cotton, and tobacco.


There were a lot of ways to make money in the Southern Colonies. You could own a plantation and grow wheat, indigo, rice, cotton, and tobacco. You could also be an iron maker, a ship builder, being a merchant and selling different objects, slave trading, and being a lumberer. Trading with Indians is also a way to make money.

Crops in the Southern Colonies







Jamestown was the first successful settlement in the new world. They were led by a man named John Smith, who made a no work, no eat policy. It was founded in 1607. After the founding of the land, they named the colony Virginia, in honor of Queen Elizabeth because she was a virgin.

Video of Jamestown

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Travis L


Created with images by Gaurang Alat - "Taken at Oak Alley Foundation plantation farm in Louisana" • Marcus Schorn - "untitled image" • Jukka Heinovirta - "The mist covers the barn house by the potato fields in the rural Finland. www.theTravelPictures.com" • Zbynek Burival - "Freshly ploughed field and mountains landscape" • Vincent Grg - "untitled image" • Tim Mossholder - "Salad Lovers’ Paradise" • Kai Pilger - "untitled image" • Nikhita Singhal - "Violet hydrangea up close" • Amber Martin - "On a weekend camping trip, we decided to wander up a side path. Expecting to find paddocks, we were met with a golden hour lit hillside, littered with cottontails. Fuzzy and warm from the sun, we spent the following hours lying in the grass taking in the final hour of sun."