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American History

 

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Michael J

 

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August 17, 2015

 

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University

 

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Although the colonists of the area initially tried to find gold, they soon found out that the land was better suited for farming. The New England colonies however, had features such as hills and meadows, and land for farming had to be equally divided so that everyone received a fair share of the earth (Document E)...
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As made clear by the “Articles of Agreement from Springfield, Massachusetts in 1636,” the reason the New England colonies were founded was not to produce profit, but rather to spread their religious views and freely express them. John Winthrop, the leader of the colonies, felt that the New England colonies should be “as a city upon a hill” or an example of goodness for everyone to follow...
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