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What did Rhode Island, established in 1636, and New Hampshire, founded in 1638, have in common? A. They were both founded by English Generals. B. They were both founded after the English bought land from the natives. C. They were both established by men who had been banished from Boston. D. They were both made rich by the tobacco crop.

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Zach Chandler on May 6, 2018

I think the answer is: C. both were created by men who had been driven out of Boston.These men were deported because of the crimes that have been done in Boston or the conflict they have with senior officials in Boston. After the expulsion, they begin to spread outside of the boston territory in order to find a new place to live, until I finally setled in rhode islands and new hampshire.

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