Farming, fishing and i think textile
It was very hard. Rhode Island mostly made their economy on fishing, farming, etc.
Colonial Rhode Island's economy was based on farming, forestry and fishing but it developed a major shipbuilding center and was an early leader in the textile industry.
THEY ARE PURITANS.
the social life in rhode island is farming, and lots of other stuff that you will have to look up. but it is mostly about farming.
go to http://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/article?id=ar467440&st=economy+of+rhode+island&sc=6
there is, Providence, East providence, and like 2 or 3 more
Probably Blacks (not to be mean), like the rest of America.
It's very gay compare to now
Difficult. People got most of their economy Fising, Farming, Doing textile, whaling and Trade Fishing.
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like most forms of government, the people with more money had more power.
== == It was very bad. They didnt have much money at all. They mostly traded, so there wasn't really an economy!
The settlers of colonial Rhode Island played games, which they made themselves due to the lack of a toy factory, like yo-yo's, kites, puzzles, and rag dolls.
people had not just one job but they had to do anything that needed done
The geography of Rhode Island are mountains and flat plains.
Soil in Rhode Island is sometimes rich or dry. In Cumberland, Rhode Island has the rock only found in the state, Cumberlandite.
Stuffed Quahogs. Rhode Island Clam Chowder (but forget the sour cream).
Colonial economy activities in history includes growing rice,tobacco, and raising livestock.
The economy wasn't at all like today's economy. Mostly Colonial New Yorkers were farmers and sold cash crops, tobacco, and lumber for money.
The industries that kept the Rhode Island Colony economically healthy included shipbuilding and fishing, as well as whaling. The colonists in Rhode Island were able to produce a lot of whale oil which many people used in oil lamps. The soil was not as rich as it was in some of the other colonies, but they were able to cultivate a lot of beans and corn along with things like squash and pumpkins.
rhode island was finally a colony when Roger Williams made rhode island a colony. he then preached to the people about how you can worship any god you want in any different way.
ANSWER:During the colonial times of Rhode Island, a man by the name of Samuel Slater, an English machinist settled in Rhode Island. Slater, helped to establish the American textile industry. In the late 1700's, he built the first cotton spinning mill driven by water power.Nehemiah and Seril Dodge, Rhode Island brothers, started the jewelry industry in America. Rhode Islanders also were prominent in boatbuilding, fishing, shipping, and whaling industries.Also, during the colonial period, you could find plantations, somewhat like those in the South. Slaves worked the land and took care of the cattle, horses, and sheep. The plantations also produced great quantities of cheese. However, the importation of slaves was prohibited by Rhode Island in 1774.