What different groups of people lived in the middle colonies?
The Middle colonies were New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. The different groups of people that settled in these colonies were the Dutch, German, and British. Native American also lived in these areas. The religious groups included the Protestant, Quakers, Anglicans, and French Huguenots, and some Catholics.
People in the middle colonies had varied lifestyles and participated in many different religions. The reasons for the variety of cultures is due to the fact that the people of the Middle colonies came from many different countries. Despite this the variety of people's backgrounds, social life still revolved around the village or city one lived in. Market towns were extremely important in the Middle colonies because people needed to go to town to trade…