Differences Between New England Middle And Southern Colonies

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The New England, Middle, and Southern colonies were mostly made up the same ethnic groups, but they differed in their major religions. The orignal colonists in American were English, but over time people from France, Germany, and Holland began to settle there as well. Even so, Englishmen were still the majority of the colonies, so their social stucture was similar throughout America. Along with having different religions, the colonies also had different levels of religious freedom. The New England colonies were chiefly Puritan with little to no religious freedom. The Pennsylvania colonies had further religious freedom and were occupied by a mix of Catholics, Jews, Lutherans, and Quakers. The South had much more freedom of religion and were
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