Because they had lots of ports and their farming was not doing well. It was the only way to make profit.
We had the wood that England was out of. England had tea, steel etc
silk or tea
They didn't trade for either. New England and middle colonies didn't have gold or slaves.
Yes, they took the slaves to the new england colonies.
New England colonies labor forces are to sell slaves and trade.
It was important in the New England Colonies
Yes, it was important in all New England colonies
The New England Colonies.
new england colonies
The New England colonies had several important seaports, of which the most important was Boston.
The economy of New England was based in trade and commerce. New Bedford was a port from which goods could be shipped and unloaded.
the economy in the new England colonies are small farms , lumbering, fishing, ship building, and trade.
new England colonies made the soil bad so they start making money..
New England and middle colonies
trade and shipbuilding
In the triangle trade, England brought goods to trade with Africa slave merchants which then were sent to the west indies then if bought to the colonies.
Why we're towns and villages important to new England life
middle colonies were made from trade except Pennsylvania. England colonies were made from religeous freedom
the new england and middle colonies
the trade with sugar plantations in the Caribbean made many merchants very wealthy and led to new industries in new England.
I'm pretty sure that the New England Colonies were themost involved in commerce and trade. Hope this helps.
The area had plenty of forests that provided nessesary materials. for trade (particularly slaves) new England seaports grew, more merchant ships were being built. They used them for fishing. New England made high quality valuable ships.