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Typically, colonial villages in New England were home to enslaved farm workers. welcomed people of all religions. had different ethnic neighborhoods. were built around an area called a common.
Typically, colonial villages in New England were built around an area called a common.
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Typically, colonial villages in New England were built around an area called a common.
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