1st american literature essay

1st american literature essay - I'm here to tell you the...

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I’m here to tell you the differences between the north and the south in the late 1600’s, early 1700’s. There were many differences between each side of America. The people were brought in from the same place, but had different views. The north was the first part of America that was founded up in New England. I’m going to now tell you the history about each side of America, and how life was for the puritans and cavaliers. By comparing and contrasting hopefully I can show you that both sides were different in many ways. The north was first colonies of America founded. The people who occupied this space were known as puritans. The puritans are also known as pilgrims, that is what we refer to them as now. Puritans were settlers from England who didn’t believe in the Church of England. They had there own views on life, they didn’t want to do exactly as England did. They disagreed with the Church of England. After finding America, they needed a place to settle.
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