Challenges Faced By Native Americans In The Late 1600's

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In the late 1600’s, many European settlers arrived in North America in hopes of escaping the hardships they faced back home. America initially promised colonists the wealth, religious freedom, and escape from oppression they desired. New England was home to dense forests, and hills which was not optimal for crop growth. Therefore, the colonists directed their attention towards trade and commerce. The people in this region were devoutly religious and believed in the education of children. The settlers that made the journey endured harsh conditions and many challenges, but ultimately persevered which made it possible for them to gain control of the territory and create a New World. Many of the colonists were Puritans who desired to purify

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