Natural resources of colonial Maryland?
there was tobacco but i don't know if there are any more
They had fish, wheat, and they had forestry. Fish,Wheat,Forestry
In colonial America natural resources included: wo
Even though Maryland is very small in size it has many natural resources. Maryland's natural resources include fish, wood, and abundant waters.
Coal and iron ore were important natural resources used in colonial Delaware. Furs, wood and farming land were other resources.
they farmed for food, fished and traded, and created homes and such out of trees and lumber from their forests and other natural resources..hope this helps
Dogs and cats are the types of resources found here in colonial Pennsylvania
Colonial Massachusetts had many natural resources. Some of those resources include plenty of seafood, trees which provided wood for building, cranberries, and a variety of wildlife.
*oil *water *fish
Answer mainly tobacco but also iron
Yes the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay and fertile soils. These are some natural or produced resources!
Maryland has several natural resources. The main ones include agriculture, oil, and fishing. Food production, particularly with dairy and chicken, and coal mining are also important resources this state offers.
seafood and woods
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birds aniamals wood
food water and shelter
One thing was indago
Answer Water and different types of seafood fish are from the Chesapeake bay. Also in the woods of Maryland provide lumber. These are some of the resources Maryland have. Some of Maryland's lumber come from pine trees.
Maryland Department of Natural Resources, and the Coast Guard on navigable rivers.
Water, trees and other stuff
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Colonial Pennsylvania (PA) was rich in natural resources. Riverine systems such as the Delaware and Susquehanna provided for fisheries while the extensive forestation allowed for logging and furs. Western PA also remains rich in coal veins as another natural resource continuously exploited since colonial times.
No, there was much food in colonial Maryland.
trees and other things that in volved plants
lumber, tobacco, rice, indigo
i know 2 of them were rice and indigo but i forget the others
many available natural resources
They traded rice animal skin and natural resources .
Colonial Massachusetts was first settled in 1620. Some natural resources in this colony included timber, corn, beans, pumpkin, squash, rye, whales and fish.
Water, seafood, lumber, agriculture, fishing, coal, and tobacco
you only can take oil fish and coal minning
It is not known what the first vegetable was that was grown in colonial Maryland. Many vegetables were grown in colonial Maryland such as corn and squash.
Trees, fish, rocks to mine, furs, and sassafras. :)
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The major cities of Colonial Maryland are: Baltimore and Annapolis.
Some natural resources of Pennsylvania are : lumber (wood) , water, fish, and other animals. Brought to you by : Allie M.F The Answer Queen AKA :THEANSWERCHICK @ ( O O ) @
for dying those textiles they produced! It's a natural blue dye derived from a plant!
They were afraid they would lose their supply of natural resources.
The major natural resources of New York are fish, lakes, streams, freshwater wetlands, ocean bays, granite and other rocks and minerals, forests, and soil. .
People were compelled to listen to the laws of colonial Maryland.
France ruled its countries because they took all there supplies and natural resources.
The semi-legal robbery of all those countries' natural resources.
To create a colonial empire by conquering countries rich in natural resources.
Maryland is to the east of the Appalachain Mountains
The colonialists benefitted from colonial empires. They pilaged the resources of the nations they colonised and enslaved many indigenous inhabitants to work as their slaves. For example Britain colonised much of India, and robbed India of all of its natural resources.
no it is not
Well, Maryland had many catholic and christian churches. colonial Maryland, just like today's Maryland had religious freedom. Mostly catholic people came from England.
Its natural resources, manufacturing ability and powerful Armed Forces.