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By: Maria Guanco, Minahil Choudhry, Kianna Velez Diversity in the colonies Religious Diversity Race Diversiy Ethnic Diversity -17th century- settlers were either Puritans if they lived in the England colonies. Anglicans if they lived in the southern colonies.
-Middle colonies: multiple religions
-1708: Baptist had a house of worship in Connecticut. -18th century: religious devotion was was lessened, but still remained a problem withing the colonies. -Lower South consisted of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. They were the most racially diversed.
-A majority of the population were blacks. Most of the slaves were in the Lower South region for plantation labor.
-25% of New York were blacks.
-33% of Pennsylvania were blacks. -The Chesapeake region, lower south, was the wealthiest of the region. Maryland and Virginia consisted of 60% whites and 40% blacks. Some ethnic groups are:
-Quakers
-Puritans
-Protestants
-Dutch
-Europeans
-Native Americans

-About 90% of the people that migrated to the colonies were English. -Each group brought their own set of skills/ labor that helped lay down the foundation of the economy and the structure of the colonies.
-They brought farming skills as well as crops such as: indigo, rice, cotton, and tobacco
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