Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island were the four New England colonies.
The four New England colonies are Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and Delaware were between New England and the South.
The Middle Colonies, the New England Colonies, the Southern Colonies, and the Backcountry.
There are only 3 New England, Middle, and Southern
New Hampshire ConneticutRhode IslandMassachusetts
Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut
New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies
New England,Southern,Northern Technically, there is four: New England,Southern,Middle,AND Backcountry :]
Four, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire.
New England colonies, middle colonies, southern colonies and backcountry
New England colonies.middle colonies.southern colonies.backcountry.
it is massachusetts,rhode island,conneticut,vermont,maine,new jersey and new york. but there were four main colonies
The Chesapeake, The New England, The Middle Colonies, and The South.
The New England colonies
There were four colonies that were a part of New England. They were known at the time as British America. They were the Province of New Hampshire, the Colony of Rhode Island, Providence Plantations, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire
Zero, there are no longer new England colonies.
what tecnologies were discussed in the new england colonies
The New England Colonies at first were "Royal Colonies" where England ruled them itself. Later on, they separated and became a new England Government.
The Province of New Hampshire, Connecticut Colony, Province of Massachusetts and Colony of Rhode Island were the four northernmost of the colonies and were known as the New England Colonies.
England was in charge of the new England colonies. Where the middle colonies had their own government.
The New England colonies were predominantly dissenters and the southern colonies were predominantly Church of England.