Different geographic features influence american

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Different geographic features will make people from two far away places very different in their way of life. They have different ways of the ways of making money, political system, and ways of living. The early colonies of North America are a great example how geographic diversity can influence economic, social, and political life among people. The Northern, Middle, and Southern early colonies of North America vary largely apart. To begin with, in the Northern Colonies, where mountains ranges roared across the land and the weather is almost always cold, the first British colonists, sailed across the ocean, and settled in the ridged land. These people were Puritans who came to America in the search of religious freedom. Because of Northern America’s mountainous land and cold temperature in all of the seasons, the first settlers never were able to develop a stable crop for farming and trading. As a result, the colonists’ money came mostly from trading furs, timber and sea food such as fish and lobster
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