They're called New Englanders since it's part of New England. BY THE BIGGEST LIGHTNING THIEF FAN IN THE UNIVERSE!! They are commonly referred to as "Bay Staters". New Englande…r encompasses all of the New England states. "Bay Stater" is for those from Massachusetts only.
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People use cars to get to places in Massachusetts. There is also public transportation that people can use, including buses and taxis.
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That is a nonsense question it is a small state but people r not boring there just bored or don't like to do stuff
Massachusetts was founded in 1629 when the English Puritans wanted to officially make it a royal colony. John Winthrop led the successful venture of more than 700 followers.
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For many reasons. Before, during and after the American Revolution Canadians would immigrate to Massachusetts and from Massachusetts for political reasons. Those loyal to th…e government and Crown would leave and those loyal to the revolution would arrive. Of course for many they would immigrate from Canada to Massachusetts for family. Many people in North America can trace their roots back to Massachusetts even today. Then there are those that move for jobs and economic reasons, which is likely the most common reason today.
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