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Where was the first Quaker colony in North America located?

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    There were no Quaker colonies. However, there were a few small Quaker communities in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Jersey. After Pennsylvania was founded on the principle of religious freedom, more Quaker communities were established.

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    thanks

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quakers_in_North_America

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    thanks

    isnt it new jersey???

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    I'm confused... So first it was Massachusetts..then New Jersey?? huh

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    How are you defining a colony?

    A few Quakers lived in Massachusetts Bay colony, but they left because they were persecuted there.

    Read the article carefully about the first Quakers in North America.

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