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  • First American Became Governor Of New Orleans
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    Comprehensive New Orleans In a country containing so much diversity and history, it is practically impossible to locate one city which embodies 'American'; diversity. a colony started by the French was the first area to fully integrate culture and religion. The city of New Orleans, now prosperous form its diversity, epitomizes the 'American Melting Pot'; . It is complicated to relate such different backgrounds, but with an overview of history, culture, religion, and integration on a small scale,...
  • Colony New Netherland
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    Do you know about the founding of the thirteen colonies Well today I am going to tell you about when, how, who, why, and where the thirteen colonies were established. So read on to find out some new things. Virginia Roanoke was the last of Sir Walter Raliegh's attempt to establish a colony. Although, the idea did come up again in 1606. In 1607 105 London Company-sponsored settlers arrived in Jamestown from England. The first year was horrible for the colonists, with only thirty-two colonists liv...
  • Colonies From The British Empire
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    Dear William Edwin Lewis IV, While you have been aspiring to become a product of the enlightenment at the college of William and Mary, there has been much a fuss over England's treatment of our great colony of Virginia. While I'm perfectly sure that you have heard much about this I would like to make sure that you are aware of my position on this new want for independence from our motherland. For my decision will have a great effect on you, as well as the rest of our family. If I choose to suppo...
  • Samuel Seabury
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    Born in Groton, Conn., Samuel Seabury was the son of the Reverend Samuel Seabury Sr. His Father was a pioneer of New England Anglicanism who followed the example of Samuel Johnson. Samuel Jr., broke away from the Congregationalists and pursued Anglican ordination. He graduated from Yale in 1744 and received his B. A in 1748. He married Abigail Mumford and went abroad in 1784 to obtain consecration as an Anglican Priest. On December 23, 1753, Samuel Seabury was ordained a deacon and two days late...
  • Only New England Colony At The Time
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    The Americans: The Colonial Experience America was not believed to be a ground for a utopian society, rather a place for a new start, more freedom, and fewer taxes. The initial group to settle the New World were the Puritans, separatists making a hopeless attempt to try to purify the Church of England by swearing loyalty to the group instead of the king. This all takes place during the 17th and 18th centuries. The following topics that will be discussed are intended to portray all of the differe...
  • Taxes Among Their Own Colonies
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    Britain had a new policy when it came to it's colonies. All they had to do was in force the laws they already had, not make new ones. George Greenville, Britains Prime Minister from 1763 to 1765, didn't realize this. To raise money for Britain after the expensive French and Indian war, they decided to tighten control on the colonies The Proclamation of 1763 was the first of five laws passed to accomplish this new goal. This 'proclamation' reserved lands west of the Appalachian Mtns. for use of t...
  • 23 Flemming's Historical Account Of New Jersey
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    New Jersey-A History, by Thomas Flemming, provides a clear and unbiased historical account from the early stages of this colony far into its birth as a state separate from imperialistic England. Although his historical account tends to be incomplete at times and a few misconceptions are evident, he touches on the many important points in New Jersey history, pointing out that, by observing how this state has dealt with her divisions is instructive, "for it demonstrates on a small scale how Americ...
  • Plymouth And Jamestown
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    Will Collins Per. # 2 Jamestown and Plymouth were the first two successful English colonies in North America. Jamsetown was established in 1607 and Plymouth in 1620. These two colonies were different yet had a number of striking similarities in Governments, reasons for settlements, and differing economic activities. Jamestown and Plymouth had many similarities. For example they both had some sort of government in some way. Jamestown had the first legislative assembly among the western hemisphere...
  • Their Colonies In America
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    Colonialism mean to occupied different territory, to settle in, to govern it, and use it as a source of wealth. Colonialism dated from a ancient times, but mostly spread around in fourteen century with the Portuguese colonialism in Asia and Africa, by b asco da Gama. The colonies were consider as a international prestige, and a lot of Western European countries as Spain, France, England, and Germany colonized everything they can and send conquistadors to protect the new territory. This type of o...
  • New Mexico And France
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    At the end of the 16th century, and Spanish and French were the only Europeans involved in North America. The spanish built forts along Florida's coast to protect the Gulf Stream sea lands used by convoys carrying wealth from their New World colonies. The french were navigating the St. Lawrence River to find fur trade. Both countries were drawn into planting far more colonies, New mexico and New France, in North AMerica. Neither France nor Spain was willing or able to transport large numbers of ...

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