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Religion was the basis for government as well as private life.
Whereas religion was the basis of life and government in the Northern colonies, the lack of religion in the Southern colonies provided the basis for agriculture.
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Religion was a large and important element in the 13 colonies. The affect religion had on the people of the 13 colonies was to acknowledge that there was a Being superior to kings or to any governments. The most visible example of this are the words in the Declaration of Independence. In this historic document, it is stated with great power that it is God that has given humankind undeniable rights that cannot be denied. Another result of religion on life in the 13 colonies was the abundance of churches and the large number of religions that were free to be practised.
the american revolution was a result of the england citizens who were looking for freedom of religion and way of life.
yes religion was a big part in the southen colonies
life for the new england colonies wasn't good they were treated bad and werfe separists.
it let them get away from the England ruler because they didn't get treated fair by not getting to have their own religion. so it improved their life by letting them believe what they want to believe.also to influence their religion on others. : )
the middle colonies propietors did not care what religion you are, as long as you paid for your land. the souther colonies
In the New England colonies, religion was not only important to their spiritual life, but to the way they were governed as well. In places like Massachusetts Colony, there was no separation between church and state. Society revolved around faith and piousness. In the Middle colonies, however, religion was a less important issue. Religious tolerance was practiced, and there was a clear demarcation between church and state. The Middle colonies were also the more diverse of the two, with different ethnicities and religions working together.
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New England Colonies Daily Life. Life in the New England Colonies was hard. Every family member that could walk helped with the chores.
They wanted freedom of speech, religion, etc. they wanted to start up their own way of life, government, etc.
The colonies were separated into the New England Colonies, the Middle Colonies, and the Southern Colonies.
religion is a large part in every country's daily life but it is not larger in England than all other places.
The only legal religion in England in Shakespeare's time was the Church of England. All other religions were illegal.
they both had to worck and they came for a better way of life
English women could not own land after they were married.
it was very nice