How and why did North Carolina become a separate colony?



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  1. How and why did North Carolina become a separate colony?

MONDAY


  1. What groups helped NC grow in the 1700s and how did they develop the colony?

TUESDAY

  1. How did sectional rivalries affect NC’s political development?

WAY OF LIFE IN COLONIAL NORTH CAROLINA


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