What was North Carolina colonies major crops?
The Appalachian Mountain range goes through North Carolina. Major Mountains would include Mount Mitchell (Tallest in North Carolina) which is located near Asheville, North Carolina. Grandfather Mountain, located in Avery County, North Carolina and Pilot Mountain located in Pilot Mountain, North Carolina. You can drive anywhere in the western part of the state to see the mountain range.
According to the South Carolina state government, tobacco is the leading crop and accounts for nearly a quarter of all income from crops. Other major crops are greenhouse and nursery products, cotton lint, soybeans, corn, wheat, tomatoes and peaches. It is the second largest peach producer in the US.
There were 16 original English colonies, 13 decided to separate and form the United States, 3 did not (Upper Canada, Lower Canada, and Nova Scotia). The 13 original colonies are Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virgina, New York, North Carolina and Rhode Island.