The 13 Colonies. New England Colonies. New Hampshire Massachusetts Connecticut Rhode Island. New England Economy. Soil wasn’t always fertile so there was a lot of small business like mills, blacksmiths, and sewing. Ship making. New England Geography.
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New England Colonies • New Hampshire • Massachusetts • Connecticut • Rhode Island
New England Economy Soil wasn’t always fertile so there was a lot of small business like mills, blacksmiths, and sewing. Ship making
New England Geography Long harsh winters and bad soil for farming. Families lived mostly in town and others lived on the outskirts.
Middle Colonies • New York • Pennsylvania • New Jersey • Delaware
Middle Colonies Economy Iron, saw mills, and mines filled the industry sector. Goods easily shipped out of NY large ports. Large farms that grew cash crops
Middle Colonies Geography Ideal climate for large farms that produced cash crops.
Southern Colonies • Maryland • Virginia • North Carolina • South Carolina • Georgia
Southern Colonies Economy Big crops-big farms (plantations)
Southern Colonies Geography Big Rivers Tidewater area of Virginia = large ports for shipping. Crops would be sent down rivers to ports to be shipped around the world.