anonymous
  • anonymous
Which factors led to a strong maritime industry in New England? A long coastline, the slave trade, and good mineral deposits. An a bundance of lumber, inland tribe hostility, and rich soil. Poor soil, a long coastline, and a high demand for slaves Poor soil, an abundance of lumber, and plentiful fishing @AdamLevine1986 @paki
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paki
  • paki
repeated question :O as i told you before that the southern colonies were totally based on farming... :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
^What paki said, haha
paki
  • paki
O.o

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I believe A is the right answer. New England did have a long coastal line, and a lot of rivers inland, and for fish to breed, they need good minerals, the slave trade was popular as well.

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