english motives for colonization in North America
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March 8, 2017
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Religious persecution also bound the Pilgrims to leave England and settle in Holland, where there was more religious freedom. However, after a number of years the Pilgrims felt that their children were being corrupted by the liberal Dutch lifestyle and were losing their English heritage. News of the English Colony in Virginia motivated them to leave Holland and settle in the New World...
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News of the English Colony in Virginia motivated them to leave Holland and settle in the New World. Also, social rank was of great importance in England. Some hoped to go past their branded social status and star anew and to "create" a new image. They anticipated making a name for themselves.
Departing to go to the "New World" was quite risky but why would you not leave if you had nothing to lose? For many, this was the situation...
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