YES! North Carolina has the 6th best economy in the world!
The primary economy of colonial North Carolina was based on agriculture. The most common crop was cotton along with corn and wheat.
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It was a mixture of Agriculture and Boating/fishing
-Forestry -Tourist -Industry
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia. Mostly on Cotton, Tobacco, and Indigo.
The economy of the North Carolina Colony was built on agriculture. Huge plantations grew massive amounts of cotton and tobacco as well as other crops. Livestock was also a profitable business in North Carolina.
According to their website: "The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service partners with communities to deliver education and technology that enrich the lives, land and economy of North Carolinians."
The culture in colonial North Carolina was agriculturally based. They were many plantations with large population of African slaves. The economy was dependent on the slave labor.
Pork production is one of the largest agricultural businesses in North Carolina
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The economy in North Carolina in the 1700's was good they had good soil for agriculture. They could grow many crops such as: tobacco, soybeans, corn, cotton, squash, beans, rice, indigo and some more.
North Carolina is north of South Carolina.
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The introduction of what crop transformed the economy of Carolina?
North Carolina is north of South Carolina
The original name of North Carolina is North Carolina
The US State of North Carolina is farther north than South Carolina.
North Carolina is farther north than South Carolina, hence the name.
Charlotte North Carolina Is About 1 Hour Away From Albemarle North Carolina
North carolina is the northern part of one of the first colonies "carolina" which was later seperated into north and south
North Carolina is north of everything that is south of it. North Carolina is not considered to be in the northern part of the US. It is actually considered to be south. It is called North Carolina to distinguish itself from South Carolina
In colonial times North Carolina was valued for its naval stores -- among them the pitch that was applied to ship bottoms to retard rot and infestation. Furniture was also a product for which the state was noted, probably for the same reason. It still is today. Tobacco is another product that has been a long term staple in the North Carolina economy. These days, the biotech industry has become a significant player in the North Carolina economy, probably due to the research and development climate fostered by their universities.