Compare And Contrast The Three English Colonial Regions In The 1600s

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Each of the three English colonial regions in the late 1600s through the 1700s were all very different, but still had several similarities and one large common goal. Every region had its own geography, climate, economy, and social features that made them stand apart from each other. The first of these three regions was the New England Colonies in the north. Due to its location, there were very cold winters and mild summers. The soil was also rocky, so farming was difficult. The coast was very flat and there were some hills toward the inland parts, but without fertile soil and warmer weather farming was not a lucrative activity. As for the economy, they mainly relied on the ocean for fishing, building and selling ships, whaling, trapping, and

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