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The partly unglaciated Middle Colonies enjoyed fertile soil vastly ... from the nearby New England Colonies, which contained more ...

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The middle colonies were the Delaware Colony, the New Jersey Colony, the New York Colony, and the Pennsylvania Colony.

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Climate/Geography – The Middle colonies spanned the Mid-Atlantic region of America and were temperate in climate with warm summers and cold winters.

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Check out this site for facts about the Middle Colonies. The Government, Geography and Religion of the Middle Colonies. Fast facts about the Middle Colonies.

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into three parts, or regions, by geography and climate: New. England, the Middle Colonies, and the Southern Colonies. The land in New England was shaped by ...

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In many ways, the Middle Colonies were a mix between the Southern Colonies and New England. In this lesson, we'll focus on how geography and...

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Mar 5, 2012 ... Come and live with us in the MiddleColonies! These colonies include NewYork, New Jersey, Delaware, andPennsylvania. We have flat land ...

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Nowhere was that diversity more evident in pre-Revolutionary America than in the middle colonies of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware.