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Colonial New Jersey was home to Presbyterians, Quakers, Dutch Reformed, Baptists, Dutch Lutherans, Seventh Day Baptists, German Reformed, Portuguese Jews, Anglicans, members of the Church of England, the religions of Afr... More »

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Colonial New Jersey had a proprietary type of government. A proprietary colony was chartered to a person or several people who were entitled to rule the land with utmost authority. More »

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Different religions could be found in New York Colony, such as Quaker, Lutheran, Anglican, Catholic and Judaism. New York Colony was founded as New Sweden, in 1626, by Peter Minuit and was later renamed New Netherlands. ... More »

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Colonial New Jersey had a proprietary type of government. A proprietary colony was chartered to a person or several people who were entitled to rule the land with utmost authority. More »

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The principal crops grown in colonial New Jersey were wheat, barley, flax, oats and rice. Corn and hemp farms also played a vital role in New Jersey's economy. Colonial New Jersey was called a breadbasket colony because ... More »

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Daily life in Colonial New England was filled with hardship and hard work. Chores were for everyone in the home, and most families farmed. Religion was also a big part of daily life for the New England colonists. More »

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The Middle Colonies accommodated a diverse mix of religions that included Quakers, Lutherans, Presbyterians, Amish, Congregationalists and Jews. Because of various colonial masters in the area, religious traditions from ... More »

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