Which statement explains why the Middle region was known as the "breadbasket"? (4 points) The borders of the Middle region were shaped like a bread basket. In the Middle region, basket making was a key element of the culture. Every Quaker meal in the Middle region began with bread and butter. Wheat, grain, and oats were the main crops grown in the Middle region.

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it's a mainly agricultural area and it produces a lot of grains The farmers cashed in on crops like oats, wheat, barley, corn and rye. The yield and import of these crops was so high that the middle Atlantic colonies came to be known as breadbasket colonies.

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