For religious freedom and the promise of a new life
for religious freedom
yes there was religious freedom which other colonies such as the new England colonies didn't have
the answer is for religious freedom
To have religious freedom
to have religious freedom
Members of the Puritan religion left England in search of religious freedom. They were not a tribe, but a religious sect of Christianity that was being persecuted in England, and they thought that the New World could offer more freedom than England could.
The puritans located to New England because there they were allowed religious freedom
They believed in religious freedom Bruuh !
Mainly for religious freedom and liberation from English government.
religious freedom was developed when the Quakers settled in the middle colonies. also when the puritans settled in the new England colonies that also developed religious freedom
Some were the Puritans who left England looking for religious freedom.
They left England for religious freedom and the landed on Plymouth.
Puritans came to escape religious persecution in England. They also came for freedom of religion and freedom to worship and new economic opportunities.
Many in the New England area came for religious freedom. Some came for economic opportunities.
Englishman William Penn found Pennsylvania to provide a place for freedom from religious persecution.
Because they wanted a new life, have a job and have religious freedom.
to seek religious freedom
it was founded because puritans wanted their religious freedom
they moved there because they wanted their religious freedom
William Brewster and William Bradford.
Religious freedom, wealth, land.