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Did the New England Colonies have mountains?

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In my History class, we were told they had a hilly terrain. When I looked at pictures of the Appalachian Mountains in Maine, it looks like the Appalachain Mountains continue into the New England colonies, but they were probably eroded and maybe more hill-like than mountain-like.

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did the new England colonies have any mountains

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