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Early colonial areas Long before America officially became a country in 1776 this land which we are upon was mearly a colonial settlement for British Immigrants who were fleeing their country because of religious reasons There were three different areas in which the immigrants settled The first area was known as New England It consisted of the present-day states Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island and Connecticut The people living there were called Puritans They got their name from trying to purify the church of England They were very much into religion They always read the Bible they believed Gods laws can be understood only through it They adhered to strict code of morality and proper behavior they also valued education For livelihood they traded fished and built ships The Pilgrims were the first to settle in Plymouth Later non-separatist Puritans came to Massachusetts Bay Another area was known as the Middle colonies The people who settled here were the Quakers They alike the Puritans were also very religious They also read the Bible They also migrated to America for religious reasons like the Puritans They valued self government Manufacturing and commerce Their preachers preached violently in terms of speaking They both lived amicably with the Indians and purchased plots of land off them Quaker city of Philadelphia became the unofficial colonial capitol in 1750 Twenty-six years later the Declaration of Independence was signed here The Middle colonies consisted of the present-day states New York Pennsylvania New Jersey and Delaware The Final area was known as the Southern Colonies The people who settled here were called the Planters These people were farmers and were devoted to their crops and slavery This group was completely different from the other
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