fishing, lumbering, farming
There weren't very many human resources in the New England colonies. The main natural resources were whales, fish, trees, and furs. The human resources were therefore fishermen, whalers, lumberjacks, hunters, and although the land was not ideal for farming, there were some farmers.
Rhode Island was more similar to the New England colonies. It was founded in 1636 and had fish and forests as natural resources.
New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies
Because of the climate and resources
what did new England colonies do for a living?they sold their valuable natural resources.
TThe New England colonies were based on Furs, Timber, Ships, and fish. there were many things
The New England colonies
coal, dogs'hot food' french people
books and ex;
The New England Colonies at first were "Royal Colonies" where England ruled them itself. Later on, they separated and became a new England Government.
what tecnologies were discussed in the new england colonies
New England Colonies/ NY, NJ, PA, and Delaware were usually fishing villages or farming communities along the more fertile land along the rivers. While the rocky soil in the New England Colonies was not as fertile as the Middle or Southern Colonies, the land provided rich resources including timber that was valued for building of homes and ships.
The New England colonies were predominantly dissenters and the southern colonies were predominantly Church of England.
the new England colonies had logging, fishing and other things that depended on the natural resources.
They had lumber and raw materials. Thanks for asking.
The original 13 colonies made up the New England colonies.
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what was the land like in the new england colonies