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what tecnologies were discussed in the New England colonies

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New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies



Zero, there are no longer 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 New England colonies were predominantly dissenters and the southern colonies were predominantly Church of England.



New EnglandIt was a New England colony. The New England colonies were the colonies that were in the north.


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The New England colonies were settled in 1629-1680.


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in the new England colonies there were the puritans and pilgrims


The Middle colonies were very diverse, while the New England colonies were not


The original 13 colonies made up the New England colonies.


Farming was hard in the New England colonies because New England had poor farmland.


one thing that the new England colonies have in common are that they have fertile soil



the new england colonies were very wet and not orange


The New England Colonies environment was quite temperate, or Meditteranean.



The New England colonies required their work force to be skilled.


It was in the New England colonies.


New York was a part of the New England colonies.


The original New England Colonies are New Hampshire,Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island


In the New England colonies, there were puritans. In the Southern colonies, there were debtors and slaves. In the Middle colonies, there were Quakers and Catholics.



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