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Many sought the political and religious freedoms in the colony.
The owners attracted the settlers by promising them freedom of religion. They also promised large grants of land and a representative assembly.
The Dutch were the first settlers of New Jersey followed by the Swedes and the English.
The settlers went to New Jersey because it had so much space.
The settlers in New Jersey and Delaware came from the countries of Ireland and Germany.
The first settlers of New Jersey were Catholics, Jews, Lutherans, and Quakers.
The Dutch and the Swedes were among the first to settle in New Jersey.
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The good farm land attracted settlers.
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In Georgia, settlers were attracted to the peace and harmony between the Indians and the colonies.That is the answer
When English settlers came to New Jersey it reminded them of an island of the coast of England called jersey so they named the land "New" Jersey.
New Jersey wasn't discovered, it was created. Just ask the native Americans that were displaced by European settlers who eventually called it New Jersey.
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Jersey is one of the Channel Islands and a part of Great Britain. When British settlers came to the "new world", they used names that they were familiar with. A city in England called "York" had been home to many settlers. They used the name to describe York in the new world and called it "New York". The same was true of "New Jersey".
When the first settlements were set up in what is now New Jersey, settlers survived largely by farming and partaking in a profitable trade of furs & game with the local Native American tribes.
The Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom attracted settlers desiring religious freedom
they wanted freedom of religion. the king limited them to one religion, so they set off for a new land where they can be free.
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