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Why did people come to the New England colonies?


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2018-03-04 16:27:19
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Most people in the New England colonies came to America for freedom of religion. Some also had economic reasons.

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The majority of New England settlers were from England. France, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, and several other European countries.

I am assuming that you mean the 13 colonies.The main reason really is that people from England wanted the freedom of religion in the "New World".

All the New England Colonies were started by people who suffered for their religious beliefs.

New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies

people in the newengland colonies wear homeless clothes

The kind of people that lived in the New England Colonies were Puritans and Pilgrims.The Puritans and Pilgrims came to America to avoid religious persecution in England

The colonies were separated into the New England Colonies, the Middle Colonies, and the Southern Colonies.

Because of their forests some people think that the New England colonies made their houses out of wood.

Religion is the entire reason the New England colonies exist. The Pilgrims came to New England in search of religious freedom, and they created colonies where people were free to worship as they chose.

Zero, there are no longer new England colonies.

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Pilgrims at first New England . 13 colonies.

People, disease, horses, wheat, and livestock.

cause the farms in this fertile area were larger and the people lived farther apart than the people in New England.

the colonists for the southern colonies came from new England

they came from the middle, new England or southern colonies.

Yes they did because they wanted to get away from the king of England and the thirteen colonies and they broke up and changed to 3 different kinds of colonies, New England colonies, The Middle colonies and the Southern colonies.

The New England Colonies of British America initially consisted of thirteen colonies that were located on the Atlantic seaboard. BY 1700, the British colonies had exceeded 91,000 people.

The New England Colonies at first were "Royal Colonies" where England ruled them itself. Later on, they separated and became a new England Government.

One of the places that the immigrants came from that lived in the Middle colonies was England. That is why that land is currently called "New England."

The New England colonies were predominantly dissenters and the southern colonies were predominantly Church of England.

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