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for North Carolina Historical Review Vol. 39 Issue 3, Jul 1962
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Freedom of religion marked the life of early North Carolina colonists through most of the 17th century as a result of indifference, economic ambitions of the Lords Proprietors, and the sentiment of the times that brought people to the New World. However, when religion became involved in provincial politics, toleration ceased.
North Carolina was the home to several abolitionists shortly before the start of the Civil War. Considered one of the most extreme was Rev. Daniel Worth, North Carolina born and Wesleyan Methodist minister by profession.