The Importance Of Farming In New England

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a) Farming in New England was not as important in the Southern colonies, New England colonies imported agricultural products, but Southern colonies exported agricultural products. New England were more about shipping, fishing, and natural sources were more important to them than agricultural crops; because soil in New England wasn’t good enough for growing crops. however in the South, plantation owners, for production of their crops such as; tobacco, cotton, and sugar, used slaves as for their labors. b) New England colonies was more industrialized than the southern colonies. New England colonists had a strong family work ethic, birth rates were high, and education was valued. However, on the other hand, Southern relationship with Indians

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