They are many pro's and very little con's for the colony of virginia. Some of the pros, they have a great water source, large farms for growing and selling crops, they have a lot of land for people to place a house on. Some of the cons, they have slavery, thats when rich white people have the africans work for them on a contracct in order to get to be free in the colony.
Living in Maryland has many pros and cons. One pro of living there is that they raised there own corn, cattle, hogs, and tobacco. They sold the stuff for profit and they kept some of the goods for their families. One con of living there is that there is a lot of fighting between the Cathlics and the Protestants. All in all Maryland is a great colony to live in.
The pros of Delaware include living next to the Hudson RIver, allowing trade and a water source, great farming land for agriculture, and Delaware was also a leading lumber manufacturer.
The cons of Delaware life include the fact that Dutch and Swedish settlers were there before and harvested the land, indians were not friendly to visitors and colonists, and once the British invaded, they were cruel and treated the colonists like slaves.
Colonial South Carolina was founded in 1540, but actually began in 1663 because of the many deaths caused by the European diseases they brought over. Around the 1680's, the colonists eventally saw prosperity. Wealthy colonists set up plantations worked by indentured servants and African slaves. There was corn, livestock, cotton, and tobacco. Though different varieties of religions were practiced, it wasn't until 1706 that religious toleration was restored.
The pros and cons of Georgia: The social life of Georgia wasn't very good. The only play mates that children had was their siblings because they lived in isolated farmlands. Education wise, there were no schools. The boys were taught at home and the girls weren't taught to read or write. They were taught how to cook, clean, and sew. One pro is the children had chores, and weren't lazy. The boys had to heard cattle, chopped wood, and hunted, and the girls milked cows, made butter, picked vegetables, and looked after chickens. The HARDSHIPS: Harvests were poor, children went hungry, the first baby born in the colony died, mothers died in childbirth, and much more.
There are many pro's and con's about the colony North Carolina. Some of the pro's are that it has an area of 53821 square miles.They sold rice, tar, pitch, turpentine, lumber, and crops.The summer was hot and the winter was mild. The con's about the North Carolina colony is that it's pricey to get to and the possibility of hurricanes.
The Pros and Cons in moving to Massachusetts are many. The Pros are the good agriculture, the large industrial field, and religious freedom. The Cons are having to trade with the British, having to grow most of what you eat, and dealing with the natives. Hey I like the place so it's up to you if you want to move here or not.
One pro about the colony of Virginia is the many inlets and steams that ran west throughout the state which kept all of the ground fertile. The fertile ground was great for tobacco farms which were a major focal point of the econemy in Virginia. Cons in Virginia was the numerous religous and government clashes.
Viriginia was a point of war.
Maryland has many pros and cons. They raise and have a surplus of tobacco, corn, and hogs. They don't need to trade for slaves because they have slaves living there and raise the children on plantations. They are one of the most wealthiest colonies. A con of Maryland is that they are many religous debates between the Catholics and protestants.
The colony of North Carolina has pros and cons like all other colonies. The pros are you have very successful farming, which brings in profit to your family, beautiful land, plenty of land for homes and farms, and we are next to the ocean which is good for water access to trade. The cons are we have slavery, and Carolina is known for several types of bad storms.