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2011-11-27 02:49:16
2011-11-27 02:49:16

Yes they did because they wanted to get away from the king of England and the thirteen colonies and they broke up and changed to 3 different kinds of colonies, New England colonies, The Middle colonies and the Southern colonies.


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