Chesapeake and New England

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New England was north of the Chesapeake, and included Massachusetts Bay Colony, Plymouth, Rhode Island, Connecticut. The New Englanders were seeking freedoms of religion. Some Protestants wanted the separation from Catholicism they took Calvinism as their religion...
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New England was north of the Chesapeake, and included Massachusetts Bay Colony, Plymouth, Rhode Island, Connecticut. The New Englanders were seeking freedoms of religion. Some Protestants wanted the separation from Catholicism they took Calvinism as their religion...
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