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14 April, 01:30

What was the major economy of the middle colonies?

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  1. 14 April, 03:11
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    An economy depends on its industries. The middle colonies had a variety of industries that made up their economy - - especially their exporting economy.

    They had fertile soil: they could export wheat and grains Lumber and shipbuilding also contributed to their economy. Textiles Iron

    but these last 2 were not major industries, but there was enough there that they could export them.

    he Middle Colonies had much fertile soil, which allowed the area to become a major exporter of wheat and other grains. The lumber and shipbuilding industries were successful in the Middle Colonies because of the abundant forests, and Pennsylvania was moderately successful in the textile and iron industries.
  2. 14 April, 03:26
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    The Middle Colonies enjoyed a successful and diverse economy. Largely agricultural, farms in this region grew numerous kinds of crops, most notably grains and oats. Logging, shipbuilding, textiles production, and papermaking were also important in the Middle Colonies.

    To sum it up, Family farms and merchants were the major economy of the middle colonies.
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