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What was the role of religion in colonial North Carolina?


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the role was big because it affected how the government worked

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Puritans played a great role. It always helped others.

Women played an important role in the agricultural work and in domestic work. They were expected to marry and have children. The Lords Proprietors, in 1663, encouraged active immigration of women and were offered land as grants.

it played a big role because it affected how government worked

Religion played a major role in colonial life. That is one of the many reasons people came to "The New World", in their homeland many people could not practice their religion of choice thanks to the government. Also a few colonies were created strictly to have a freedom of religion without being judged.

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Religion played a BIG BIG role in schools during this period. It was basically the source of everything. The main religon was Christian, back when people had some smarts. Religion was part of indoctrination of peoples subjugated by the colonial powers. It taught people to obey authority; that authorities were installed by God.

Geography played a major role in the settlement of the North Carolina colony. The settlers choose the colony due to the land features which promoted growth of various cash crops.

Religion was the dominant controller of colonial government and life. The colonies were founded on the basis or religious freedom, which led to a great number of diverse religious communities. Religion played a strong role in early government documents as well.

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Delaware was never its own colony officially. It was part of the Province of Pennsylvania, where the Quaker religion was prominent.

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