New Times for a New World
Editor and chief: Evan Pennington
You have many choices as to which part of the New World you want to be a part of, but i will try to simplify it for you by giving you three choices!
First You have the Northern Colonies, (founded in 1636 by Thomas Hooker, Roger Williams, and John Whinthrop and consisted of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.) who's economy is based off of natural resources, shipbuilding, and fishing! (Since the soil there is rocky, thin, and not farm-able) So if you just so happen to know how to do any of those things then the Northern colonies are the place for you!
Second you have the Middle colonies (founded in 1606 by Henry Hudson, William Penn and the Quakers and consisted of New York, New Jersey, and Delaware), which are also known as the Bread Basket colonies because of their success in farming and mining. The Middle colonies made their money by farming things such as wheat, corn, and fruit; mining things such as iron and coal; and finally they gathered timber. Another benefit of the Middle Colonies is that there isn't harsh and extreme winters like there is in the Northern colonies so you have a reduced chance of dying due to disease.
Finally you have the southern colonies (founded in 1632 by Captain James Smith and James Edward Oglethorpe and consisted of Maryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, and Georgia) who's economy consisted of farming things such as tobacco, rice, sugar, and cotton and relied heavily slave labor, and indentured servants.
Northern colonies picture: http://www.thinglink.com/scene/567028608384630786
Middle colonies picture: http://www.ushistory.org/us/4.asp
Southern colonies picture: http://www.landofthebrave.info/southern-colonies.htm