1 edition of Colonial America found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||December 1, 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
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The first wave of protests attacked Colonial Americaand marked the first time that Americans met together from each of the 13 colonies and planned a common front against British taxation.
Horse racing was especially important for knitting together the gentry. Dominion of New England [ ] Under Kingthe New England colonies, New York, and the Jerseys were briefly united as the 1686—89. The colonists replied that their sons had fought and died in a war that served European interests more than their own. South [ ] The predominant Colonial America of the south was rooted in the settlement of the region by.
They were governed much as royal colonies except that lord proprietors, rather than the king, appointed the governor.
Upon their arrival, they drew up theby which they bound themselves together as a united community, thus establishing the small. Farm and family life [ ] A majority of New England residents were small farmers. Tobacco was not important here; farmers focused on hemp, grain, cattle, and horses. The most important of these wasfounded in 1565 but repeatedly attacked and burned by pirates, privateers, and English forces, and nearly all the Spanish left after the ceded Florida to Great Britain.
Freedom of religion became a basic American principle, and numerous new movements emerged, many of which became established denominations in their own right.
This was done to the exclusion of other empires and even other merchants in its own colonies.
Seaports [ ] Seaports that expanded from the wheat trade had more social classes than anywhere else in the Middle Colonies.