The religion of colonial New Jersey is the Anglican church which was the English religion at the time.
The dominant religion in NJ is Catholicism.
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The dominant religion in New Jersey is Catholic. Other religions include Mormon, Jewish, and Islamic, as well as different Christian denominations.
When New Jersey was a colony, Christianity was the dominant religion, which is the case to this day. Today, Catholics make up the largest religious demographic in the state.
religious diversity; religious schools
Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, and native religions
They had religious freedom where all religions were welcome.
They practiced slavery and different religions. The most comon religion was the Protestant religion.
Who settled in colonial New Jersey? The English did in 1623.
Colonial New Jersey was a royal colonie!
new jersey was not around in the colonial days.
Yes colonial New Jersey did allow slaves. New Jersey abolished slavery in 1804.
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No New Jersey did not have slaves.
Colonial New Jersey had a lot of farms and crops; tobacco crops.
New Jersey is a state. Religion is an attribute that people have. Hence New Jersey does not have a religion.
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People in colonial New Jersey wore what the women had found and after they made it.
New Jersey was a middle colony.
New Jersey: GET OUT WHILE YOU CAN.