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Why was New England the starting point for the Industrial Revolution? Please describe the following: a. Resource proximity b. Ports c. Capital d. Workers e. Waterways

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  1. anonymous
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    (( i want help understanding them please, not answers right away ))

  2. anonymous
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    its honestly a common knowledge question. I dont really know how to explain it without giving the answer away.

  3. anonymous
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    oh, well do you know any pages that might explain it better.

  4. anonymous
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    Thank you.

  5. anonymous
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    no problem

  6. anonymous
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    can i go over it with you when i think i got the answer to be sure?

  7. anonymous
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    if there is any other questions feel free to ask and tag me.. and yeah thats fine.

  8. anonymous
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    To make it in context, New England had 'bad' soil so factories got built their, while the South primarily did the agriculture.

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    That works lol. I didn't think about explaining it like that. I was trying to explain each one and couldn't lol.

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    @rhythmictune

  11. anonymous
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    There can always be a easy path, and then the fun path as I say.

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