How did tobacco and sugar affected the social and economic development of cultural the US?
They provided something that England, France and various other nations wanted. There was a high value and demand for these products...then there was the navigation acts as a result that made England the only factor benefitting from the trade. It earned them respect and gave them a reputation, of which was good. They received other things when they traded with other places they got sugar, rum, and molasses which was of high value throughout the colonies.
the cultivation of tobacco helped virginia to developed financially,it also helped virginia to trade with other country until the revolution of sugar had taken place.when the revolution of sugar came about it affected the tobacco cropping,other country were in great it demand for especially when the green tea came about.
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Massachusetts was not established until 1620 and much of the question does not apply concerning economic development. Jamestown, VA was established in 1604 and in the first years it almost failed with most of the 103 men dying within the first 6 months. Each colony found various means to grow and thrive. For Massachusetts it was in fishing, shipping, timber, and naval stores. VA grew tobacco and other crops as well as selling slaves. Economic…