What role did geography play in the growth of three distinct cultural regions in the English colonies? A. Geography and climate determined what kinds of crops could be grown, leading to differing structures for economies and settlements. B. The New England and Southern colonies were heavily influenced by their French and Spanish neighbors leading to cultural differences. C. The three regions were separated by large, fast-moving rivers leading to separate cultures. D. Large mountains separated the three regions leading to little contact between them.

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the growth of tea corn and barley

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