What natural resources did colonial Pennsylvania have?
In this regard, what resources did the 13 colonies have?
The natural resources found in the New England Colonies included: fish, whales, trees, and furs. The natural resources found in the Middle Colonies included: iron ore and good soil. The natural resources found in the Southern Colonies included: rich farmlands, forests, and fish.
Secondly, what did each of the 13 colonies produce? The original 13 colonies were divided into the New England, Middle and Southern regions.
Trade in the Colonies.
|Region||Economy, Industries and Trade in the Colonies|
|Middle Colonies||Corn and wheat and livestock including beef and pork. Other industries included the production of iron ore, lumber, coal, textiles, furs and shipbuilding|
Besides, how was Pennsylvania a unique colony?
Pennsylvania's early history, influenced by the idealism of its founder William Penn, makes it unique among the original thirteen colonies. Religious tolerance, diversity, and representative government became reality here in Pennsylvania.
What was the first colony in America?