What were some of the similarities and differences among the colonial governments of the New World?
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The Three regions of the new world were New England, Middle Colony, and Southern Colony. They were set to occupy different people for all sorts of different reasons.. As the original thirteen colonies developed, they soon grew to be classified by cultural and geographic differences. They were classified into the New England colonies, the Middle colonies, and the Southern colonies. The three main cities in all of them were Massachusetts, Virginia and Pennsylvania. Massachusetts (New England) was established for religious freedom in 1620. Nicknamed the Bay State and the Old Colony, its leaders included William Bradfort and John Withrop. Pennsylvania (Middle Colonies) was a colony set up in 1682. Formed as a colony for profit from land sales and religious and political freedom, it was nicknamed the Keystone State. Then lastly Virginia (Southern Colonies) was named the Old Dominion. It's leader was John Smith. The three regions had a lot in common, but they also had differences than similarities.
The Middle Colonies were really different than the others, it had the most differences. It was mainly established for religious freedom. While Massachusetts was the major Puritan center, the other regions and colonies came about due to the Puritans strict intolerance to other religions. This made the region different because in the Middle and New England Colonies, none of the slaves were used for much of the farming, but in the Southern the majority of the slaves were the highest.
People in the region (Southern) wanted their own freedom. These regions and colonies were founded by ...
What were some of the similarities and differences among the colonial governments of the New World? What factors led the American colonies to declare their independence from Great Britain?