New England

New England, a name given in 1704 by Captain John Smith to the eastern and most densely populated portion of the United States, which now comprises Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut; was first colonised under the name of North Virginia by the Plymouth Company in 1606; the inhabitants, known distinctively as Yankees, are mostly of Puritan and Scotch descent, and are noted for their shrewdness and industry.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

New Caledonia * New Forest
Neuchâtel
Neustria
Neuville, Alphonse de
Neva
Nevada
Neville's Cross, Battle of
Nevis, Ben
New Britain
New Brunswick
New Caledonia
New England
New Forest
New Guinea
New Hampshire
New Haven
New Hebrides
New Holland
New Jersey
New Jerusalem Church
New Mexico
New Orleans

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