|History of the Five Original Southern Colonies in Colonial America|
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|Colonial Georgia||African American History Across North Carolina|
|Establishing Colonial Georgia||History of South Carolina|
|Georgia History||Colonial South Carolina|
|Colonial Georgia History||Wikipedia: History of South Carolina|
|Women in Colonial Georgia||South Carolina Colony|
|History of Maryland||South Carolina - Colonial Period - 1670-1774|
|Colonial Maryland||History of South Carolina|
|Colonial History of Maryland||History of Virginia|
|Colonial Maryland Family Life||Colonial Virginia|
|Maryland State History||Wikipedia: A History of the Colony of Virginia|
|History of North Carolina||Historical Background of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia|
|Colonial North Carolina||Colonial Virginia|
|North Caroling History||Wikipedia: Virginia History|
|Province of North Carolina - from Wikipedia||Taxes in Colonial Virginia|
|Documents Important to the History of the Southern Colonies in Colonial America|
|Charter to Sir Walter Raleigh||Constitution of North Carolina|
|Royal Commission for Regulating Plantations||Constitution of South Carolina|
|Constitution of Maryland and Its History||First Charter of Virginia|
|Biographies of People Important to the History of the Southern Colonies in Colonial America||Elizabeth Lucas Pinckney|
|Cecil Calvert||Elizabeth Lucas Pinckney|
|Cecil Calvert - 2nd Lord Baltimore||Elizabeth Lucas Pinckney Biography|
|Wikipedia: Cecil Calvert Biography||Sir Walter Raleigh|
|George Calvert (Lord Baltimore)||Sir Walter Raleigh - Founder of Roanoke|
|George Calvert - 1st Baron Baltimore||Sir Walter Raleigh Biography|
|George Calvert Biography||John Smith|
|James Edward Oglethorpe||Captain John Smith|
|James Oglethorpe - Georgia's Founder||Captain John Smith Biography|
|James Oglethorpe Biography|
|The Importance of Plantation Life to History of the Southern Colonies in Colonial America|
|Monticello: The Plantation and Slavery||Life on a Southern Plantation, 1854|
|Importance of Slavery to History of the Southern Colonies in Colonial America|
|African Americans and the Virginia Colony||Misfortune of Indentured Servants|
|Slavery in America: The History of Slavery||Slave Accounts of Slavery in the U.S.|
|Indentured Servants||The Underground Railroad from National Geographic|
|The Indentured Servant||Slavery in the United States|
|Indentured Servants||Slavery and Indentured Servants|
U.S. History: The Southern Colonies: Complete Historical Facts
Outline of American History: The Southern Colonies: Facts and information about the Southern Colonies in colonial times
Sonofthesouth.net: Thirteen Original Colonies: EXTENSIVE historical background about each of the 13 original colonies complete with photographs and images. Included are links to complete explanations about important people, documents, and events.
United States History: The Southern Colonies: Short history of the Southern Colonies in colonial times
Wikipedia: US History: The Southern Colonies: History of the Southern Colonies in colonial times
13 Originals: The history of the original 13 colonies
Thirteen Colonies: Historical facts and information
Thirteen Colonies: Historical facts and information
Colonial Charters, Grants, and Related Documents: From Yale Law School - A list of documents and their texts for every colony in early America - dates supplied as well
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|The Jamestown Colony||The Plymouth Colony|
|The Lost Colony of Roanoke||The New England Colonies|
|The Middle Colonies||The Southern Colonies|
|*Also See Jamestown Colony for Additional Southern Colony Information|
*The Southern Colonies were part of the 13 original colonies. The Southern Colonies included the colonies of Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
*Southern colonists grew their own food, and were known for three important crops: tobacco, rice, and indigo.
*The Province of Georgia was founded by James Oglethorpe in in 1733.
*Georgia was named after King George II of England.
The Province of South Carolina, also a proprietary colony, was founded by Group of proprietors in 1670.
*South Carolina was the southern most part of the English Colony of Carolana, and, like North Carolina, was named after King Charles I of England.
*The Colony of Virginia was founded by John Smith in 1607.
*Virginia was named after Queen Elizabeth I of England, known as the Virgin Queen because she never married.
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