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I'm here to let you know the contrasts between the north and the south in the late 1600's, early 1700's. There were numerous contrasts between each one side of America. The individuals were gotten from the same spot, yet had diverse perspectives. The north was the first piece of America that was established up in New England. I'm going to now let you know the history about each one side of America, and how life was for the puritans and cavaliers. By looking in, out and all around assuredly I can reveal to you that both sides were diverse from various perspectives. The north was first provinces of America established. The individuals who involved this space were known as puritans. The puritans are otherwise called pioneers, that is the thing that we allude to them as now. Puritans were pioneers from England who didn't trust in the Church of England. They had there own perspectives on life, they would not like to do precisely as England did. They couldn't help contradicting the Church of England. In the wake of discovering America, they required a spot to settle. They chose