New England had lots of harbor towns their most popular one was the Boston Harbor. The people's lives in New England revolved around church. They settled their town issues in town meetings. They also had very cold winters. They lived in villages with a big church in the middle.
The Quakers believed that everyone was created equally. There were lots of different races and religions in the Mid-Atlantic region. They were called the Bread colonies because their main crops were wheat and grain.
The Southern region had lot's of different CA$H CROP$, some examples are Indigo, Tobacco, and Rice. The South had very hut and humid climate. Rich people in the south owned plantations and hired slaves and indentured servants to work on the plantation.
If you lived in New England you had jobs such as a fisherman, shipbuilder, and etc. New England had a lot of lumber so they built a lot of ships and naval supplies. They also had a rough, rocky coastline. The soil in New England was not good for farming. Their main exports were metal tools, lumber, naval supplies, and whale oil.
The Mid-Atlantic region also had deep rivers and market towns. Their most popular town was Philadelphia. The Quakers had tolerance because they were nice to everyone.
The Southern region also belonged to the Church Of England because they came to America for economic reasons, not religious reasons. The South had their region divided into counties and about 4 times a year everyone would get together and discuss issues.