Why did North Carolina and south Carlin split into two colonies

Why did North Carolina and south Carlin split into two colonies

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Solution 1

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Northern Carolina, like Rhode Island in the North, drew the region's discontented masses. As the two locales evolved separately and as their differing geographies and inhabitants steered contrasting courses, calls for a formal split emerged. In 1712, North Carolina and South Carolina became distinct colonies.

Solution 2

Guest Guest #1543
2 months ago
Northern Carolina, like Rhode Island in the North, drew the region's discontented masses. As the two locales evolved separately and as their differing geographies and inhabitants steered contrasting courses, calls for a formal split emerged. In 1712, North Carolina and South Carolina became distinct colonies.

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