New England States


This region is located in the northeastern corner of the United States consisting of the six states of Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.


Some physical characteristics of this region are poor soil, cold climate, raw material and forests. Human characteristics of the New England States are farming, fishing, religion, and a representative Government.

Human and Enviromental Interaction

The most common interaction with humans and the environment are the rains and fertile soil. They enhance the growth of plants that are essential to humans and animals.


People, ideas, and goods travel mostly by water of the many rivers and the Atlantic Ocean.


The United States is an example of a place that has a lot of similar characteristics as the New England States. We have poor soil, cold climates, farming, and fishing just as the New England States.


The New England States rely on both the Mid- Atlantic Colonies and the Southern Colonies. They rely on the Mid- Atlantic colonies for grain, livestock, and stuff they grow and raise on the farm. They rely on the Southern Colonies for resources that come from the forest, crops, and indigo.

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