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The attitudes toward slavery were varied in northern and southern colonies for the following reasons. Their economical difference, their dissimilar settlement patterns, and the difference in slavery system in northern and southern colonies.

They already had different types of economies; the South was primarily agricultural while the North was more trade. The introduction of slavery in the Southern colonies helped the development of their economy. The plantation owners had no choice but to turn to slaves because of the lack of colonial workers and indentured servants. In Southern colonies, the vast majority worked as plantation slaves in the prod mistakeuction of cotton, sugar, tobacco, and rice.

Compared to Southern colonies, Northern colonies’ have different settlement patterns. Their climate and soil restricted the development of commercial agriculture, and slavery never became as economically important as it did in the South. Slaves in the North were typically held in small numbers, and most served as domestic servants.

They had their different views and thoughts on ideas of slavery.

The Southern and Northern colonies had different slavery system. In both systems the term of servitude was for life, and the child's status was inherited from its mother. Children of slave mothers were slaves, and children of free mothers were free regardless of the status of the father. In northern colonies, occasionally, masters who had fathered slave children would later give them their freedom. In Southern colonies, however, manumission was much more frequent. Also, the slave in could not own property and had absolutely no civil rights. They could not buying and selling except at the pleasure of his master. In contrast, the slave in could own property, could engage in buying and selling.

In conclusion, because of the difference in their economic, settlement pattern and slavery system between Southern and Northern colonies. Even Africans did not begin in on a large scale until more than a century after it had begun in the southerly parts. Therefore, their attitudes towards slavery were also different.
The attitudes toward slavery were varied in northern and southern colonies for the following reasons. Their economical difference, their dissimilar settlement patterns, and the difference in slavery system in northern and southern colonies.

They already had different types of economies; the South was primarily agricultural while the North was more trade. The introduction of slavery in the Southern colonies helped the development of their economy. The plantation owners had no choice but to turn to slaves because of the lack of colonial workers and indentured servants. In Southern colonies, the vast majority worked as plantation slaves in the prod mistakeuction of cotton, sugar, tobacco, and rice.

Compared to Southern colonies, Northern colonies’ have different settlement patterns. Their climate and soil restricted the development of commercial agriculture, and slavery never became as economically important as it did in the South. Slaves in the North were typically held in small numbers, and most served as domestic servants.

They had their different views and thoughts on ideas of slavery.

The Southern and Northern colonies had different slavery system. In both systems the term of servitude was for life, and the child's status was inherited from its mother. Children of slave mothers were slaves, and children of free mothers were free regardless of the status of the father. In northern colonies, occasionally, masters who had fathered slave children would later give them their freedom. In Southern colonies, however, manumission was much more frequent. Also, the slave in North America could not own property and had absolutely no civil rights. They could not buying and selling except at the pleasure of his master. In contrast, the slave in South America could own property, could engage in buying and selling.

In conclusion, because of the difference in their economic, settlement pattern and slavery system between Southern and Northern colonies. Even Africans did not begin in North America on a large scale until more than a century after it had begun in the southerly parts. Therefore, their attitudes towards slavery were also different.
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DollThe attitudes toward slavery were varied in northern and southern colonies for the following reasons. Their economical difference, their dissimilar settlement patterns, and the difference in slavery system in northern and southern colonies.

They already had different types of economies; the South was primarily agricultural while the North was more trade. The introduction of slavery in the Southern colonies helped the development of their economy. The plantation owners had no choice but to turn to slaves because of the lack of colonial workers and indentured servants. In Southern colonies, the vast majority worked as plantation slaves in the prod mistakeuction of cotton, sugar, tobacco, and rice.

Compared to Southern colonies, Northern colonies have different settlement patterns. Their climate and soil restricted the development of commercial agriculture, and slavery never became as economically important as it did in the South. Slaves in the North were typically held in small numbers, and most served as domestic servants.

They had their different views and thoughts on ideas of slavery.

The Southern and Northern colonies had different slavery system. In both systems the term of servitude was for life, and the child's status was inherited from its mother. Children of slave mothers were slaves, and children of free mothers were free regardless of the status of the father. In northern colonies, occasionally, masters who had fathered slave children would later give them their freedom. In Southern colonies, however, manumission was much more frequent. Also, the slave in North America could not own property and had absolutely no civil rights. They could not buying and selling except at the pleasure of his master. In contrast, the slave in South America could own property, could engage in buying and selling.

In conclusion, because of the difference in their economic, settlement pattern and slavery system between Southern and Northern colonies. Even Africans did not begin in North America on a large scale until more than a century after it had begun in the southerly parts. Therefore, their attitudes towards slavery were also different.
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It is not clear if you are referring to the continents South and North America only, or are first discussing slavery in the USA and half way through switch to the continental differences.

In the first paragraph - "economic". Economical means being careful with money.