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How was religion different between the New England colonies and Southern colonies?

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The New England colonies were predominantly dissenters and the southern colonies were predominantly Church of England.

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The religion in the southern colonies was mainly an Anglican faith. The Catholics lived in Maryland for religious freedom and separation of the Church of England. The southern colonies wanted freedom for all religion.


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the southern colonies needed slaves for their large plantations where in the new England colonies the colonists there protested that slavery was unfair.


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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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