anonymous
  • anonymous
Early settlers established cotton plantations in Georgia's Piedmont region. One of the reasons they chose that area was because A.slave labor was banned there. B.the soil was rich and fertile. C.cotton grew wild there. D.the mountains protected the crops from freezing.
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
c
The_Mobster
  • The_Mobster
the soil was rich and fertile

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anonymous
  • anonymous
nope not it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Cotton is actually a large crop within the South due to the climate, etc. Settlers had come across it growing in wild pockets, so the answer is C.
The_Mobster
  • The_Mobster
No it's not
anonymous
  • anonymous
Eh, a blind squirrel always finds a nut once in a while. My apologies.
The_Mobster
  • The_Mobster
Yea Well im more qualified
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ouch, no need to be offensive with the regards of knowledge.
The_Mobster
  • The_Mobster
yea your one to talk

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