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6 February, 06:22

How did settlement of the southern colonies differ from settlement of the New England and middle colonies?

Unlike the New England and the middle colonies, the main reason people settled the Southern Colonies was to gain religious freedom.

Unlike the New England and the middle colonies, the main reason people settled the southern colonies was to make money.

Settlers had many reasons for coming to southern colonies, whereas people settled in the New England and middle colonies only to have religious freedom.

Settlers had many reasons for coming to southern colonies, whereas people settled in the New England and middle colonies only to make money.

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  1. 6 February, 07:46
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    Unlike the New England and the middle colonies, the main reason people settled the southern colonies was to make money.

    Explanation:

    The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina sought to ensure the colony's stability by allotting political status by a settler's wealth upon arrival - making a semi-manorial system with a Council of Nobles and a plan to have small landholders defer to these nobles.
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