what raw materials did the british empire import from its 10 colonies?
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- Jim BLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
First there were a lot more than just 10 colonies.
I'll give you the top 10 from Canada, as that is where I live.
Furs, of all kinds. For clothing and hats. Beaver, wolf, buffalo, elk,, otter, and ermine.
Fish, salted , and dried, in barells.
Lumber, cut and logs. Elm, oak, pine, cedar, birch , walnut, cherry.
Gold, silver, tin, iron, copper, and zinc.
Wheat, and other grains.
Potatoes, and other vegetables, in barells, and fresh, in bags.
Manufactured goods, like machinery for farms, and industrial uses.
Leather goods, like horse harness, shoes and boots.
Paper goods, and newsprint rolls.
These are both raw, and finished goods, obviously.
- JamieLv 49 years ago
I thought there were about 50 colonies
- myraLv 44 years ago
as an american (New Jersey to be precise) identity dosnt make a lot of a change to me however in case you move to canada which the french owned or down south in which spain owned the tradition and structure varies
- Anonymous9 years ago
Which is your question?