Essay Topic: The New England, Middle and Southern colonies
The New England, Middle and Southern colonies were the part of the New World which used to belong to the British. Although the colonies all had good things, all of the regions had things that didn´t help them grow as a region. Some colonies had rocky soil for example. Having a good climate and a good topography is part of agriculture, having materials to work is part of manufacturing.
Each of the three regions had different types of industry. The New England colonies used to do shipbuilding activities, lumbering and fishing. The Middle Colonies used to export agricultural goods and natural resources. The Middle Colonies were also called the breadbasket colonies because the individuals that lived in the Middle Colonies used to have farms that could go from fifty to one-hundred and fifty acres. The Middle colonies used to export timber, furs, coal and iron. The Southern colonies used to export tobacco, cotton, rice, indigo, lumber and furs. The Southern colonies also used to export farm products such as corn and other vegetables.
Agriculture, Climate, and Topography
The New England colonies had the colder climate because their region is far more in the north than the Middle or the Southern colonies. The New England Colonies used to loose population during the winter due to the snowstorms. The New England colonies had a rocky soil so farming was difficult, they had small farms that could sustain their families but it wasn´t enough to export. The New England colonies were able to grow potatoes, tomatoes, blue berries, cranberries and tobacco. One of the differences with the Southern coloni es is that the New England colonies used to import and the Southern used to export. The Middle Colonies used to grow a lot of grains such as corn, wheat and in the Middle colonies there wer e also farmed animals which result in meet. The Southern colonies used to