Hudson Plantation Environment

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England had a harsh climate and geographical factor for Planting crops (let.rug). However, settlers took advantage of the harbor producing wood. It increased trade becoming a commercial and industrial area (let.rug). While Hudson Valley, New York had abundance wheat and flour that became the colony’s most important source of exports (let.rug). With the economy growth, colonies turned to promote a modern environmental development of the New World.

The settlers developed architectural buildings, roads, dams, towns, cities, schools, amenities and more great traveling routes across the colonies. Development changed the geographical landscape of the new world which is an environmental factor. For instances, trees were cut down, some animals wander away to a different environment. For example, the number of
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Many countries now produced and exported crude oil. People migrated from smaller towns to live and work in larger cities. Some built suburbs to avoid overcrowded cities. The increase in demand for more natural resources polluted the air. In the new world, one chronicler expressed at the first sight of America, that, The Air at twelve leagues’ distance smelt as sweet as a new-born garden” ( Rainforest, oceans, and rivers, for example, has changed because of environmental factors because of mining for mineral resources.

The European writers image of America and the idea to advertised and persuade newcomers to the new world as an ideal situation obviously worked out. They succeed in promoting colonization and settlement. It attracted and bought many European emigrants settlers, and they form colonies in today world the United States of America. The natural resources and environmental factors created an excellent economy opportunity. It paved the way for globalization and established the today use of advanced technology making America what it is
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