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What impact did the geography of New England have on the farming communities? The poor soil of New England could only support small farms. New England had many large farms because of abundant rainfall. The mountains made farming impossible in New England. New England had large plantations because of amount of moist, fertile soil.

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    The poor soil of New England could only support small farms

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