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New England's two most profitable industries were: fishing and shipbuilding farming and textiles shipbuilding and farming
Weegy: New England's two most profitable industries were fishing and shipbuilding. User: Because of the shipbuilding industry, New England colonists were able to use the fishing banks off NewfoundlandPuerto RicoPlymouth. Weegy: Because of the shipbuilding industry, New England colonists were able to use the fishing banks off Plymouth. (More)
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Why did Puritans choose to live in communities rather than on individual farms? More crimes were committed on the farms than the town. They wanted to be near the church and pastor. More jobs were available in the towns.
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What was the result of New England's fishing and shipbuilding industries? Trade with foreign countries was decreased. Growth of whaling and transportation industries. Increase of farming exports
Weegy: Growth of whaling and transportation industries was the result of New England's fishing and shipbuilding industries. User: What do Britain and the West Indies have in common with New England? Lumber for New England's shipbuilding came from these countries. New England received new ships from these countries. New England exported most of their products to these countries. Weegy: New England exported most of their products to these ... (More)
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Dame schools prepared girls to be housewives. True False User: Most of the activity in an early Puritan home took place in the family room. True False User: Large projects, like house building, were done together by the community. True False
Weegy: Large projects, like house building, were done together by the community. True. User: Education was not important to Puritans. True False Weegy: Education was not important to Puritans. For Women True, But for Men False. (More)
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