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Furthermore, other colonies, such as Jamestown often faced hardships, such as the starving times, in part due to unfavorable geography.
Harsh winters in the North led to starving winters, where many died and food was scarce.
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Specialization and Effects on Ideology
Effect of Religion on Ideology
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Social Factors
The North was populated by Puritans, who were against religious tolerance.

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