Compare And Contrast The Physical Geography Of New England

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The physical geography of the New England, Middle, and South regions are extremely different. The New England region is difficult to farm on because you have to break up rocks to farm on the thin soil. Breaking up the rocks required challenging work and they also had harsh winters. As a result of this, the New England people began fishing on their rich grounds and entered the lumber industry because of their thick forests. The Middle Colonies has amazing soil for growing wheat, which is what they received most of their income from. They also have a warm climate which gave a long growing season and fertile soil to produce crops such as fruits and vegetables. The southern region had the Tidewater which was a lowland with hot climate that produced
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