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The British New England Colonies included the Province of New Hampshire, the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the Colony of Rhode Island, and the Connecticut Colony. These colonies would each eventually go on to become New Engl... More »

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When the British began sending settlers to the New World, the New England colonies were governed by one of two types of contracts: royal and charter. The two types of government differed mainly in whether the higher offi... More »

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The Middle Colonies, now Delaware, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, were originally proprietary colonies governed by landowners or others by grant from England, the Netherlands or France. At other times, they were ... More »

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The original 13 colonies were New Hampshire, Connecticut, Delaware, New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. The 13 colonies were di... More »

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New England, located in the Northeastern United States, consists of six states: Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. It is bordered by Canada to the north, New York state to the wes... More »

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The original 13 states included the northern states of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut and New York and the southern states of South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, and Virginia. The remaining ... More »

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