Why did the New England colonies emerge as a commercial region and how did this affect their social and economic development?
New England colonies had a good climate and good rocky soil, most people who moved in into the New England specialized in jobs having to do with fishing, shipbuilding, and lumbering. The region had many forests which provided jobs for colonists building homes, shipbuilding, and making Furniture. The Rivers and oceans also created jobs of whaling and fishing.
People in these colonies interacted with each other around village events and attending churches as religious activities was highly honored. Weekends provided an opportunity for people visited each other. The living standards of people improved greatly as people engaged in economic activities that generated revenues consequently the colonies moved from small-scale subsistence farming to manufacturing.