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10 January, 20:09

Dutch explorers left their homeland due to the religious wars that were occurring. When settling Colonial America, what did they do?

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    When settling Colonial America, they created their own form of Dutch Christianity. Those ditch explorers was compelled to leave their homeland due to the religious wars that was occurring in that time.

    So they moved and settled in the colonial America with their own Christianity and they called it as the Dutch Christianity.

    The other reason for the Dutch farmers to leave to America was due to their low wages and high taxes. Later they settled in the America in their own colony.
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