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    The middle colonies include New Jersey, New York, Delaware, and Pennsylvania. Note: There are no promises everything will be perfect but, definitely a better life in the long run for your ancestors to live on. I can not pay to get over: That is not an issue, You can work for 4 to 10 years as a helper to a family and your boss will pay for our ticket over. That will give you food and a place to live. As well, You have rights at your home. Daily life On a normal day for the middle and upper class, you 're going to have to work long hours on farms and in the house However, you get to work with your family and friends which makes the job fun. If you are a man, be ready to control the family economy and work on farms. The benefit is the young boys help you plant and harvest crops that you eat, sell, and trade…

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    William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania, once said, “True religion does not draw men out of the world but enables them to live better in it and excites their endeavors to mend it.” This is one of the many things that makes the Middle Colonies the best place to live. In addition to freedom of religion we have great farming land, a thriving economy, a notable climate, and long rivers useful for many things. So, because of our geography, independence, and economy you will be convinced to leave…

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    Over the years, multiple colonies would form and become classified into three regions: The Southern Colonies, The Middle Colonies, and The New England Colonies. The Chesapeake Colonies (Virginia and Maryland) and the New England Colonies (Massachusetts Bay Colony, Plymouth, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut) can be analyzed by reasons for immigration, economy, gender roles, demographics, religion, and relations with nearby Indians. To showcase the beginnings of Colonial America, an…

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    among the colonies in north America, what life was really like in the colonies, and what the different features and economies were like in the New England, middle, and southern colonies. Believe it or not there were in fact some differences and similarities between the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies. The New England colony was the first colony that was built when the pilgrims first arrived. They built there economy small farm, lumber, fishing, ship building and trade. They also came…

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    New England’s land was covered with thick forests. While this made it difficult to farm, it provided the colonists with timber for building houses, ships, and tools. The natives taught the colonists how to hunt and trap the forest animals. The New England colonies suffered from a harsh climate. Colonists endured cold winters and mild summers. In addition to the thick forest, land became hilly and mountainous farther inland. The soil in New England was thin and rocky. Colonists used the rocks…

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    had two major colonies they were called the southern and middle colonies. The had many similarities and many differences. Dealing with their population, religion, and economy just to name a few. They also had a different type of economy, one might have been rich and great to harvest on, and the other may have be hard clay like soil. The southern colonies population at first was really low, then during the 1650’ the population to off and drastically increased, the population was mainly slaves,…

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    Grade April 28, 2014 New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies The original colonies were very important to American history. These were the times when people discovered land in America. Properties were formed, businesses were created, and people fought for their beliefs. The colonies were different and alike in many ways. The first set of colonies was the New England colonies. They consisted of Massachusetts Bay, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire. In 1669, leaders of the…

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    The Delaware Colony was one of the four middle colonies which also included the Pennsylvania Colony, the New York Colony and the New Jersey Colony. The Delaware was founded in 1638 in by Peter Minuit and New Sweden Company. The Delaware Colony was named after it's major river the Delaware River, which was named after Sir Thomas West, also known as Lord de la Warr, one of Virginia Colony's early governors . People should move to this colony because this colony has religious freedom, fertile soil,…

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    During the formation of this small and struggling colony called Jamestown, the first settlement in America, was able to show people the hardships and mistakes that had occurred while also being able to influence the lives of many to strive for their dreams. After the development of the first colony, this led to the creation of various other colonies to be established by people who wanted to improve their daily lives. Throughout this essay, it will focus on some of the differences and…

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    Northern Colonies: (Included New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Rhode Island, and Connecticut) Or known as the New England colonies, these settlements' main goal was more spiritual than the others. People who thought of reformation of the Church of England as incomplete sought to create a place where they could truly worship god. These people were called the Puritans. They believed that America was a way to create new society away from England’s religious ideas. Southern Colonies:…

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