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3. Why did the Pilgrims think they would be successful in Massachusetts?
The Pilgrims think they would be successful in Massachusetts because they thought they were predestined to succeed.
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The Pilgrims think they would be successful in Massachusetts because they thought they were predestined to succeed.

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While slavery was a part of African culture, they were mistreated in Africa.

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Philadelphia was important in colonial America because: It became a large agricultural producer of tobacco.
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