Compare and Contrast the New England Colony and the Middle Colony
Comparing And Contrasting The New England Colony And The Middle Colony
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Comparing and Contrasting the New England Colony and the Middle Colony
The American colonies (New England, southern, and middle colonies) were characterized by the activities that were being carried out in the area, the industry, and also according to why the colony was founded. The thirteen American colonies (that were divided into three major colonies) were the British colonies that dominated the east coast of North America before 1775. Each of the thirteen American colonies had distinct characteristic such as religious beliefs, economic activities, political, and cultural differences. The general population who established the Middle Colonies were hoping to hone their own particular religion (Pennsylvania principally) or to profit. A significant number of these individuals did not carry their families from England to accompany them.
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