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Compare and Contrast of the Thirteen Original Colonial Regions

Summary: Comparing and Contrasting the three divisions of the thirteen colonies (North, Middle, and South).
The three regions of the original colonies, though sharing a sense of newness and inexperience, were distinctly different in various ways. Each region possessed its own unique way of life, based on the geography and types of people residing there. The dissimilarities amongst the regions were perhaps the very reason the colonies were able to survive and eventually grow into an independent nation. The Southern Colonies' large plantations producing tobacco, rice, indigo, and cotton along with New England's fishing and shipbuilding combined with the Middle Colonies' rich soil yielding wheat crops made for a well-rounded and thriving economy. These assorted products from each region developed a sense of interdependence and unity amongst the colonists.

The Southern Colonies were based on their agriculture. They primarily grew tobacco, rice, indigo, and cotton. They had flat, fertile land and a good climate to encourage...

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