they wanted the children to be able to read and understand the bible..therefore they had to learn how to read and write
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New Englanders exported Tobacco as part as the triangular trade.
The geography and climate of New England was not fit to farm many crops, like the South was. New Englanders depended on shipping and manufacturing, which made them industrialize after the Industrial Revolution.
New Englanders might sell products to Spain, Progul, or the West Indies. New Englanders may also sell products to other colonies.
The New Englanders resented the Embargo Act by Thomas Jefferson which didn't allow the trade with Britain. The New Englanders called the Hartford Convention to discuss secession from the Union.
New Zealand children are given as good an education as anyone else.
wealthy New Englanders
there was other land that they did not discover
, they were never a part of the Union
new englanders, and started witch craft
New Englanders have always loved nature in the olden days and today. New Englanders feel they are more likely to make money by growing their own produce. They don't like skyscrapers. Even in Boston many of the buildings are small, in addition Boston grows much of it's produce. Not to say New England is stuck in the past. New Englanders are very advanced, but prefer their historical culture instead of industry like China. New England also makes Lot's of money growing produce, and preserving their natural landscape. Other areas in the USA could be like New England. Many areas including the southeastern/western USA have become more reliable on other none green jobs, which don't make as much money as New England. By the way I'm not a hippie. New Englanders also get Lot's of money through fishing, education, and medical surfaces.
They planted seeds and it grew. A lot.
The Republican Party in 1854 sent over a thousand New Englanders to Kansas to tamper with the voting process.
Thomas Savage has written: 'Thomas Savage's account of New Englanders against Canada, 1691' 'An Account of the Late Action of the New-Englanders Under the Command of Sir William Phips ..'
the new englanders made a living formagriculture and free enterprise. Agriculture is the business of farming and free enterprise is the system where people can start any business they want.