Between America's vast natural resources, excellent location in relation to the
world market, ... The abundance of timber and lumber made shipbuilding highly
economical in ... in shipbuilding cr...
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New England's soil was thin and rocky, and from the earliest days, many ... “I saw
great store of whales and grampuses, and such abundance of mackerels ...
farmers began to grow barley, oats, and rye, as well ... many good harbors and
plenty of timber for build- ... in the colonies because barrels were used to store
New England Colonies: Fish, whale products, ships, timber products, furs, ... the
breadbasket colonies in Colonial Times because they grew so many crops, ...
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The early colonists discovered that iron ore was in abundance in Colonial
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New ... advantages in building ships, most notably in their access to good timber.
... a vibrant part of the American economy, helped by abundant timber and naval
.... Because each style has its own formatting nuances that evolve over time and ...
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interested in timber framing, because of its aesthetic and its reputation as a ... It's
an appropriate style in New England, where historical examples abound, and the
resources to build ... Steel fasteners (nails) had become cheap and abundant.
In colonial America, and particularly New England, the abundance of wood ...
began to supersede it in the mid-1800s, timber frame construction was the ... in its
entirety provides a good picture of the building and shows some aspect of
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developed because of its fire-resistive qualities, historical research appears to
support the find ... “Never before had a steel frame highrise building been
collapsed by .... The abundance of wood made timber significantly less costly
than cast and wrought iron, as ... New England began to invest in the fledgling
And because the life and welfare of every creature here below, and the ... And
therefore I have been careful to report nothing of New England but what I have
partly .... I think, here being four sorts of oak differing both in the leaf, timber, and
color, ... abundance of turpentine, pitch, tar, masts and other materials for building
Oct 15, 1998 ... In doing so they needed large amounts of, mainly, cedar timber. ... rulers in the
Ancient Middle East to fell cedar trees to build massive monuments. ... on Crete
and its economy was based on the abundant availability of wood. .... production
of iron rose because of the abundant availability of the new fuel in ...
England had tried before to encourage its colonists to manufacture naval stores.
... Efforts to build a naval stores industry in New York and New England failed for
... Fear River in North Carolina, they began to manufacture naval stores there. ... It
is sometimes called the “longleaf pine savanna” because it is essentially a kind ...