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More than one thousand colonists inhabited the Massachusetts Bay Colony primarily to - expand the success of England's rule throughout the world. share profits of their trading company with England. convert Native Americans to Christianity. have a religious refuge of their own.
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More than one thousand colonists inhabited the Massachusetts Bay Colony primarily to have a religious refuge of their own.
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More than one thousand colonists inhabited the Massachusetts Bay Colony primarily to have a religious refuge of their own.
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