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Which of the following best describes subsistence farming? A. farmers growing just enough to feed themselves and their families B. farmers growing enough to feed their families and then sell a meager surplus C. farmers growing more than enough to feed their families and then sell the substantial surplus D. farmers growing crops just for the marketplace
Weegy: C.) Farmers growing more than enough to feed their families and then sell the substantial surplus. User: What was the main purpose of the Navigation Acts? A. to keep England's wealth within national borders so as to ensure England's economic supremacy B. to aid the shipping industry during a period of severe economic decline C. to let the colonists know that England still had control over them D. to help pay for England's wars with France Weegy: Th answer is A.to keep England's wealth within national borders so as to ensure England's economic supremacy User: Why was farming not very profitable in the New England colonies? A. The Puritans were hunter-gatherers. B. The soil was bad and the weather was too cold. C. New Englanders tended to prefer jobs in the trading profession. D. New Englanders tended to conserve their land out of fairness to the Native Americans. Weegy: A. The Puritans were hunter-gatherers. User: What was the leading city of colonial New England? A. New York City B. Philadelphia C. Richmond D. Boston Weegy: The leading city of colonial New England was D. Boston. (More)
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What was the leading city of colonial New England? A. New York City B. Philadelphia C. Richmond D. Boston
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Boston was the leading city of colonial New England.
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