The amount of Natural Resources in the
New England colonies is extremely
high. There is a large variety of seafood,
including fish, lobster and whales. The
seafood is obtained by the many bodies
of water in New England. There are
also wild deer and hogs for food. There
are many forests. There are maple trees
in the forests which provide wood and
sap for syrup. There is even lots of granite.
The New England colonies were plentiful in fish and other sea animals becaust they were by deep harbors which is another natural resource. The final big natural resource would be timber for shipbuliding.
what did new England colonies do for a living?they sold their valuable natural resources.
coal, dogs'hot food' french people
the new England colonies had logging, fishing and other things that depended on the natural resources.
Rhode Island was more similar to the New England colonies. It was founded in 1636 and had fish and forests as natural resources.
TThe New England colonies were based on Furs, Timber, Ships, and fish. there were many things
There weren't very many human resources in the New England colonies. The main natural resources were whales, fish, trees, and furs. The human resources were therefore fishermen, whalers, lumberjacks, hunters, and although the land was not ideal for farming, there were some farmers.
Flour,Corn,Fish,birds,and Fresh Water
Its natural resources were timber, fish, and deep harbors.
The New England colonies were created by Puritans escaping religious persecution in England. The Chesapeake colonies were primarily created by companies interested in profiting from the natural resources of the New World.Compared to New England, Chesapeake society -. possessed fewer ... that bears his name? to abolish slavery and make Virginia a more democratic society.
fishing, lumbering, farming
fish, beaver fur, skins, wheat, lumber, water
England wanted to add to its empire, control more natural resources, and expand its mercantilism economy.
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New England Colonies/ NY, NJ, PA, and Delaware were usually fishing villages or farming communities along the more fertile land along the rivers. While the rocky soil in the New England Colonies was not as fertile as the Middle or Southern Colonies, the land provided rich resources including timber that was valued for building of homes and ships.
The new england economy is based on products from the forest and the sea
Wood, water, something.
by joining the vikings
Lumber and fish