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Question by  Jakey98 (222)

Why were the farms in New England Colonies small?


Answer by  Jeanne72 (436)

The farms in New England Colonies were small because the farms were small, mainly to provide food for individual families. Also these land were known for being rich in forests and fur trapping, harbors were located throughout the region. The area was not known for good farmland. So therefore they do not need much farm areas.


Answer by  fesdre (655)

Many people may have only grown what was needed for them to eat and their families. The people, except in the south, were craftsmen also.

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