Which of the following statements best explains the religions practiced by the settlers of new france and new england?
a- settlers of new france were catholic, while people in new england were huguenots.
b- settlers in new france were catholic, while settlers in new england were puritan.
c- settlers of new france were not religious, while colonists in new england were anglican.
d- settlers of new france were pilgrims who wanted religious freedom, while colonists in new england were puritans.

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