Why Did The New England Colonies Grow In The 1600's

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The New England colonies grew in the 1600’s with many of their ways derived from the Puritans. Socially, the importance of education which continues to this day was from the Puritans. The other side of this the treatment of the American Indians changed enormously. Politically, small town democracy was from the Puritans, but religion is removed from politics. Economically, agriculture economy is kept with the thought of wanting wealth is accepted. Major values are from the Puritans and have influenced the New England colonies. The New England colonies desire for better education came from the Puritans. They wanted to educate the new generation since the older generation was dying out. Since the old minsters were dying. Thus, there was a need
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