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What colonies had religious tolerance?


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2009-09-30 01:46:57
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Rhode Island was tolerant for all religion's

Georgia was tolerant for all religions (except Jew's

Virginia was tolerant for all but Christian's

South Carolina was tolerant for all religions

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