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The Impact That Natural Resources Had On The New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies
"Lifestyles in each of the three sections of the colonies developed because of, and were influenced by, the land, climate, and resources found in these sections." That statement is very true. The New England colonies did not become farmers, because of the harsh rocky land, but became traders instead. The Middle colonies had a lot of lush, fertile soil, and gained income by selling crops. The rice and tobacco grown in the southern colonies made them the ones to have (and need) many slaves.
The New England resources were the sea, lumber, and forests. The sea provided fish and whales, lu…
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