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New England Colonies Quiz

Quiz by Samantha Barnhill

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  • Q1
    What was the soil like in the New England Colonies?
    The soil was fertile.
    The soil was rocky.
    The soil was great for farming.
    The soil was sandy.
  • Q2
    Which is true about the economy (business) of the New England Colonies.
    They had huge farms called plantations.
    They relied on shipbuilding as an industry.
  • Q3
    The Pilgrims came to the New World to seek religious freedom.
  • Q4
    The New England Colonies were very accepting of people from other religions.
  • Q5
    Boston, which began as the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was a major port city in the New England Colonies.

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