Describe the geography of the New England colonies?
mostly hills, and rockys
Why did Geography lead to such differences between the New England colonies and the Southern colonies?
How did geography and climate and shape and the economy politics and the growth of slavery in the southern colonies the new England colonies and the middle colonies between 1607 and 1750?
Im not sure what kind, but i know that the New England colonies didn't pick much cotton at all. In the New England colonies, (northern colonies) the geography was rocky and cold. Very little farm land was available, so primary income sources came from fishing and shipbuilding. (given that they were on the shore)
Why did the regions of New England colonies middle colonies and southern colonies develop differently?
The Northern New England Colonies contributed to the economy through manufacturing, and the people that lived in the towns along the coast supported themselves and the economy through fishing, shipbuilding, and whaling. The soil in most areas of the New England Colonies wasn't of the same quality as the Middle and Southern Colonies. Because of this, instead of growing cotton and wheat, they planted a lot of squash, pumpkins, beans, and corn.
The New World was the first term the was used. Then, as colonies began to grow, the three sections of the territories became known as the New England Colonies; The Middle Colonies; and the Southern Colonies. As time passed, the name America, was used to describe the colonies. Then, the United States of America, after independence was won from England, when the American Revolutionary War was over and done.