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What was the predominant religion of New Hampshire colony?


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The religion represented mostly were Church of England. Many dissident Puritans were expelled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony and were afforded refuge in New Hampshire and as the colony developed Trinitarian Protestant Christians were uniformly accepted. Today the states population is about 35% Catholic and 32% Protestant with only about 4% Anglican included.

it affected it by puritans and stuff like that.

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The colony deigned Province of New Hampshire in 1629 would become the state. This particular province was rather religiously diverse, though the leaders were Puritan.

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John Mason was the founder of the New Hampshire Colony.

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I think the first real religion in New Hampshire is Christianity

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