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New England Colonies
The New England the Middle and the Southern colonies each had their own motives for moving to North America. Each of them had both religious and economical reasons, and each their own separate ideas about freedom.
Religion was a major motive for people to move to the Americas. The New England colonies were made up of puritans. They wanted to purify the English church and do away with Catholic practices. They believed that this would make a utopia, a place of ideal perfection. On the other hand there were also people who were still loyal to the English church. These Catholics settled…
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