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What was the cash crop for New England colonies?

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it's not tobacco, the main export in the new England colonies (Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut and Rhode Island) was ships, because of their many points. the main crops were wheat and corn. tobacco was the cash crop, along with the
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It was generally too cold to grow cash crops in New
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Tobacco. Our entire country was founded on Tobacco. It was an amazingly sought after plant in the old world (Europe especially) and the demand for it allowed wave after wave of colonists
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maryland and georgia. http://civics.sites.unc.edu/files/2012/05/STColonialismFoundationsofAmDemocracy.pdf.
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