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What products were cultivated and traded in in the middle colonies?


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2010-11-03 14:35:17
2010-11-03 14:35:17

they would trade for tobacco and fir.


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rice, tobaco, slaves.......

The middle colonies were called " bread basket" because they grew crops that were needed to make bread like wheat.

Neither, the middle colonies focused mostly on timber, and building ships. Although they did have crops, they definitely traded on a greater scale.

Colonies were generally forbidden to trade with countries other than their "mother" country. English colonies traded only with England; Dutch colonies traded only with Holland; Spanish colonies traded only with Spain.

The goods that were traded from the British colonies to Great Britain was rice, tobacco, indigo, and furs.

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Some of the goods that are traded between Canada and China are chemicals, wood products, agricultural machinery, and fish products. Other things traded are metal and industrial equipment.

yes. new york traded with other colonies.

They traded with the colonies and fought on their side during the Revolutionary War against Britain.

Trade was vital to New England's economy. New England merchants traded goods locally, with other colonies, and overseas. Many of the traded local products such as furs, pickled beef, and pork. Many merchants grew in power and wealth, becoming leading members of the New England colonies.

Trade among the 13 British Colonies were important to themselves and to their founding nation Great Britain. Waterfalls in the Northern colonies fostered water powered manufacturing. The goods produced could be traded and sold to colonies in the southern areas where there was much less manufacturing but more crop lands. These southern colonies could sell and trade cotton and tobacco to England, Europe and among the other colonies. The fishing trades in the New England colonies and those in the middle colonies were sources of food and of course revenue. The colony of New Jersey was famous for its smaller berry crops. Basically the colonists traded and sold numerous products even the fur trade was a prosperous business. At the time of the 13 colonies transport by ships across the Atlantic or on major rivers and canals helped their economies.

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The thirteen colonies traded with clothes and food and useful supplies that could be very helpful.

they were the most important trade colonies in America and they traded with other colonies

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middle Asia is where they traded

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