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A Comparative Look at the 13 Original Colonies

Summary: A comparison of the three major groups of colonies: New England, Middle, and South (Plantation). This essay focuses on economic, political, social, and religious aspects in those groups of colonies.
As colonists were making their way to a pre-revolutionary America, vast differences were forming, not just between the colonists themselves, but also in the colonies in which they were living in. Geography and the conditions in the colonies proved to be the main factor in these differences as they formed. In the New England colonies, agriculture proved to be a difficult form of gaining economic wealth, so the people of this area were forced to turn to trade in order for prosperity to be acquired. In the Middle colonies, agriculture was the main form of economic activity, therefore changing the society in which these colonists lived in. The Southern colonies also prospered in the area of agriculture, but not so much in the same crops as the Middle colonies cultivated. As the amount and type of agriculture varied from the different colonies, this difference allowed for different patterns...

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