French & American War and the Revolution

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American History

 

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Barbara D

 

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December 18, 2014

 

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Consequently, they imported many slaves to help on their plantations. Under this structure, they became very agriculturally successful. On the other hand, the soil in New England was too rocky to produce any crops. Interestingly, this colony evolved much like the colonies of ancient Greeks in that since their soil was so rocky; they started to base their economy around fishing...
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The area of New England became known for fishing. Eventually, the economy became much more industrial and heavily dependant upon trade and the importation of goods. Because they did not do as much manual labor with the land, they did not import as many slaves as the Chesapeake area. Instead, most of the labor in New England was based on specialized trades, such as blacksmiths, ironworkers and textile workers...
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