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Georgia was intended to be a second chance for what group of people?
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User: Georgia was intended to be a second chance for what group of people?

Weegy: Georgia was intended to be a second chance for: debtors to the English government.
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User: Before the slave trade, what was African culture like?

Weegy: Before the slave trade, African culture was agricultural and advanced.
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User: How often were slaves freed in colonial America?

Weegy: Slaves were rarely freed in colonial America.
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User: Wealthy plantation owners made up how much of colonial Southern society?

Weegy: Wealthy plantation owners made up a small portion of colonial Southern society.
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User: Which civilization lived in longhouses?

Weegy: The Iroquois civilization lived in longhouses.
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User: Which colony legalized slavery in 1661?

Weegy: Virginia colony legalized slavery in 1661.
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User: Why did William Penn accept land in the New World?

Weegy: William Penn accepted land in the New World because he wanted to create a place where he could practice his religion freely.
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User: What was the point of slave codes?

Weegy: The point of slave codes was to control slave behavior.
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User: What's a kiva?

Weegy: Kiva is a deep pit used for religious purposes.
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User: What did Puritans call people who disagreed with them?

Weegy: Puritans call people who disagreed with them: as Heretics.
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User: How did the headright system benefit planters?

Weegy: The headright system benefited planters in that: They were able to get more land from their territories.
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User: Why did the Dutch settle in New Netherlands?

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The Dutch settle in New Netherlands because: They wanted to get rich from the fur trade.

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