Comparing the North American colonies
Significant differences in religion, land tenure, relations with natives, political organization, as well as social organization distinguished the colonial experience of the colonies in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
The regions varied greatly in their practice of religion. "In the New England colonies the State Church had a powerful hold on the people like no other in America." (Elson). In the southern colonies the colonists followed the law of the Church of England. The pulse of religion did not pound with the same beat as in New England nor did the southern religious class…
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