Essay heading: Differences in Northern and Southern Colonies Prior to Revolutionary War

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February 6, 1999

 

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New England was first settled by the Pilgrims, Puritans who were devoutly religious, placed importance on hard work, and were dedicated to their families and community. They had severed ties with the Church of England, believing it had failed to complete the Reformation. They moved from England to Holland to avoid persecution for their religious beliefs and their homesickness for England led them to set out for America, believing "themselves to be on a divine mission to create a model society committed to the proper worship of God" (Tindall & Shi 62-63)...
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They moved from England to Holland to avoid persecution for their religious beliefs and their homesickness for England led them to set out for America, believing "themselves to be on a divine mission to create a model society committed to the proper worship of God" (Tindall & Shi 62-63). The Puritans, who settled Massachusetts Bay Colony "intended (it) to be a holy commonwealth made up of religious folk bound together in the harmonious worship of God and the pursuit of their ?callings' " (Tindall & Shi 65)...
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