The main religion was probaly christiany. Yes it was a split off from Christianity but they were actually for a majority Anglicans or members of the Church of England.
Overwhelmingly Protestant which is a type of Christian but there was no official religion.
what was the main religion in north carolina in the 1600s?
North Carolina is like all other states in the United States of America .... The main religion on one state is the main religion of ALL 50 states. So that would be Christianity or Protestantism
Christianity was the main religion in North Carolina in the 1600s. It was settled by Protestant Anglicans and Dissenters, such as Puritans and Quakers, in nearly equal numbers.
I think it is either catholic or christian
There are so many things that colonial North Carolina exported. Some of the main exports include fish, lumber, cattle, crops and fur among others.
The main religion was Christianity!!!!!! That was the only religion, if you weren't Christian, you were unnormal and you would be forced to go to church.
The main religion in colonial New Hampshire was Puritan.
there was no main religion
Christianity both south and north
farming and trading were two of the main male jobs. some females were teachers
The main religion is Islam.
Assuming you are asking about colonial days, main cash crops in the Carolinas were pine forests, rice and indigo.
i think Quaker
The main economic characterist of North Carolina was farming.The main crop was tobbaco. North Carolina supplied gold for the US goverment until 1830,When the gold was all mined out.
The main cite was Charleston the main cite was Charleston
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The Church of England.
The main religion of colonial Massachusetts in the 1700s were Puritan Separatists. They came to the colony in pursuit of religious freedom.