Bobby ward colonial America

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  • Roanoke

    John White was the main person in the colony of Roanoke. Roanoke was found on the eastern side of North America. It was the most mystery colony of them all. John white was the mayor of the colony and he left for three years and then when he came back from his trip. When he got back and his wife and kids were all gone. Roanoke was in England. Britannica
  • Jamestown

    Jamestown is the historical site in east virginia. Historical Jamestown I the ghome to the ruins of the first permanent English settlement in North America. The 18th- century Ambler Mansion. Artifacts from the settled on the display in the Archaearium Archaeolgy museum.
  • House of Burgesses

     House of Burgesses
    The house of Burgesses was very important and who in charge was George Yeardley. It was an assembly in the Virginia colony. Which led to an outgrowth in the body in British overseas possession, The General Assembley
  • New York

    New York
    New York, sits al the part way of the Hudson River and meets the Atlantic Ocean. New York is very populated. It has the world major commercial financial and culture centers. It’s really known for its skyscrapers such as Empire State Building. Giovanni da Verrazano was the founder of New York. The fur trade and eventually became an agricultural resource thanks to the patroon system
  • Massachusetts Bay Colony

    Massachusetts Bay Colony
    It was more formally The colony of Massachusetts Bay, was an English settlement on the east coast of America around the Massachusetts Bay , the northernmost of the several colonies later reconganized as the Province of Massachusetts Bay.
  • Rhode Island

    Rhode Island
    Rhode island is know for its sandy sores there cause it is right off the ocean. It was farmed for sailing and Gilded Age mansions. The population is not that big there is about 1 million people so very tiny.
  • maryland

    Maryland is a Mid-Atlantic state that's defined by the abundant waterways and coastlines on the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. Its largest city , Baltimore, has the long history as a major seaport.
  • Maryland Toleratioln Act

    Maryland Toleratioln Act
    The Maryland Toleration Act was a very religious tolerance for Trinitarian Christians . It was passed on April 21, 1649, by the assembly of the Maryland colony in Historians argue that it helped inspire later legal protections for freedom of religious in the United States.
  • Carolina

    there both north Carolina and south Carolina that's the state. Carolina is a feminine given name in Spanish.
  • Bacon's rebellion

    Bacon's rebellion
    The Bacon rebellion was the first popular revolt in England's North Americans colonies. Nathaniel Bacon was the plantation owner and led the revolt in 1676 in Virginia. the colonial history seems to have been open and fluid and not initially overcast with an ideology of inequality or inferiorly.
  • Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania is known for there mountains. It was founded by William Penn and Tamanend through the treaty of shackamaxon is a state located in the Northeastern, Great Lakes , Appalachian , and the mid-Atlantic regions of the united states. The Appalachian Mounatians.
  • Mayflower / plymouth / mayflower compact

    Mayflower / plymouth / mayflower compact
    the mayflower was an English ship that transported the first English Puritans. from England to the New World in 1620. Plymouth is a coastal town in Massachussetts south of Boston. Pilgrim settlement founded in 1620. Found a rock and marks the place where the settelers landed. The Mayflower compact settlers of the New Plymouth , was the first governing document of Plymouth Colony.
  • Salem with trails

    Salem with trails
    The Salem trails were a series of hearing and prosecution of people accused of witchcraft In the colonial Massachusetts between February 1692. There were more than two hundred people were accused. There was really no one person that was important there was all women.
  • Great Awakining / Enlightenment

    Great Awakining /  Enlightenment
    The Great Awakening refers to a number of periods of religious revival in The American Christian history. Historicans and theologians identify three, or sometimes four, waves of increased religious enthusiasm between the early 18th century and the late 20th century.
  • Albany Plan

    Albany Plan
    The Albany Plan was too create a unified government for the thirteen colonies. Benjamin franklin was the senior of it all at the age of 48. He was the delegate from Pennsylvania, At the Albany Congress on July 10, 1754. The Albany plan failed because the colonies were afraid of losing their own autonomy or self government.
  • French indian war

    French indian war
    The French Indian war pitted the colonies of British American against those of New France, each side supported by military units from the parent country and by Native American allies. The population was roughly 60,000vsettlers.
  • proclaminition of 1763

    proclaminition of 1763
    The Royal Proclamation of 1763 was issued by King George The 3. he declared all if the lands he wanted all of it. All the settlements were west of the Appalachian Mountains. , which was delineated as an Indian Reverse.
  • Salutary Neglect

    Salutary Neglect
    The Salutary Neglect was an American history, was a british Crown Policy of avoiding strict enforcement of parliamentary laws, specially trade laws, as long as british colonies remined loyal to the government.
  • Connecticut

    Connecticut was one of the the six New England states. Connecticut is located on the northeastern side of the country. Connecticut is a very high populated urban area. It has a lot of hills and beaches, and there is land to grow crops etc. There is no large city is just all combined together. Its neighbor is Rhode Island.
  • Great migration

    Great migration
    6 Million of the Native Americans experienced the Great migration. The Native Americans while they live there they built there homes so they can live and be safe. The Great migration was in the 1916 to 1917 so it wasn't that long ago. It was in the North and midwest and west of the United States. This happened cause the Native Americans were getting really sick of how they were being treated.