Colonial New Jersey Natural Resources?

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New Jersey was a colonial country during the colonial era in North America. But now, it is called a US state. The colonial New Jersey's natural resources are its location which has been very popular for manufacturing goods as well as commerce.
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The natural resources of Jersey include: arable land.
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