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Rhode Island was based upon principles of religious toleration meaning that it was meant for people to escape from the religious hold of their state or country and find freedom to believe in what they wanted.why is the hell up


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There was no specific religion in the Rhode Island colony. Rhode Island was founded by Roger Williams, who was a protestant who fled Salem, MA, due to religious persecution. He created Rhode Island to be a safe haven to religious minorities

I believe Rhode Island was settled on the basis of Religious freedom, you didn't have to conform to one religion set by the colony.

Rhode Island was about the only colony without an official religion, so practice was left to the individual conscience.

In Colonial Times, you did not have to be part of religion. The Rhode Island Colony was established for freedom of worshiping.

Roger Williams got banned from Massachusetts Bay Colony because of his religious beliefs so when he landed in Rhode Island, he declared his colony for freedom of religion. So, Rhode Island's religion in the 1600's was freedom, any religion that you wanted.

As a colony where the free practice of religion was accepted.

The most distinctive feature of the Rhode Island Colony was that it allowed freedom of religion. When Rhode Island was founded, all of the other colonies in America all had established churches.

Yes the Rhode Island colony is a charter colony.

no one Rhode Island is not strict on religion. they let you be whatever religion you wanted. the colony that was strict about religion was Massachusetts.

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William Coddington was the first governor of the Rhode Island colony. Another leader of the Rhode Island colony was Roger Williams.

Roger Williams founded the Rhode island colony

Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

what religions were accepted into the rhode island colony

To create a colony open to unrestricted freedom of religion.

Roger Williams established the Rhode Island colony in 1636.

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Roger Williams founded Rhode Island when he was banished from Massachusetts. He wanted to create a settlement with full freedom of religion.

Rhode Island was religion free.

An important person in the colony of Rhode Island was William Blackstone.

Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

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