Essay heading: Economic and Religious Concerns Contributing to the Settling of British North America

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34). In addition, specific groups that were seeking religious freedom used the British colonizing as a venue to achieve this objective. Such groups included the Puritan separatists who had begun to lose their freedoms in England, and thus they became colonists in New England. Though the Puritans, as well as some later groups, fled to the American colonies to escape religious persecution or restrictions, the fact remains that the Puritans had been granted "a charter from King James" for their settlement...
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Thus, the colonists who came to America for religious reasons were serving the primary purpose of generating profits for the Mother country of England (Boorstin et al. 40-41). Furthermore, there were other people willing to make a fresh start in life as American colonists, and the colonies would have still flourished under a population of settlers that were either looking to improve their lives in America or escape hardships they had in Europe...
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