Us history Fort Burrows


 Tidewater plantations had their own docks to move goods to markets



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 Tidewater plantations had their own docks to move goods to markets

 Small percentage of white southerners owned large plantations

The Backcountry South



 West of Tidewater, life was VERY different

 Backcountry was located at base of Appalachians; rolling hills; thick forests

 Backcountry settlers treated one another as equals

Smaller farms and fields of tobacco and crops

 Self-sufficient for family’s food; surplus were sold at local markets

 Very few slaves in Backcountry

 Hardships of Backcountry life brought settlers closer together
¿¿ Write in your answers as you COMPARE the physical and human characteristics

of the tidewater and backcountry regions of the South.






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