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what event led to a large number of Barbadians moving to Carolina
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User: what event led to a large number of Barbadians moving to Carolina

Weegy: In contrast to northern Carolina, first called the Albemarle region in 1663, the lifestyle, the Bermudians quickly caught on and followed the lead of the Barbadians, as well, [ thanks to the many warring tribes within the southern part of Carolina. source: ]
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User: Fill in the blank The economies of the New England and Mid-Atlantic colonies were more _________________ than the Southern colonies. A. unified B. purified C. stratified D. diversified

Weegy: The economies of the New England and Mid-Atlantic colonies were more : A. unified.
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User: Why did the colony of Roanoke fail? A. None of the settlers wanted to learn to farm. B. All of the setters were killed by a flu epidemic. C. All of the settlers were killed by a neighboring Native American tribe. D. The settlers of Roanoke just disappeared and it's still a mystery as to why.

Weegy: The most appropriate answer is, The settlers of Roanoke just disappeared and it's still a mystery as to why.
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User: How did the Barbadians affect South Carolina? A. Their commitment to the plantation system made South Carolina one of the wealthiest colonies. B. Their attachment to European ways made South Carolina one of the most cosmopolitan colonies. C. Their beliefs regarding racial equality and unity made South Carolina one of the most diverse colonies. D. Their ideas regarding self-government and self-determination made South Carolina one of the most democratic colonies.

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The Barbadians affect South Carolina by: their commitment to the plantation system made South Carolina one of the wealthiest colonies.
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