Between 1607 and 1763, the British North American colonies developed experience in, and the expectation of self government in the political, religious, economic and social aspects of life.
Between the years of 1607and 1763, the British North American colonies developed experience and the expectation of self government in the political such as the Mayflower Compact, religious dealing with the Puritans, economic with the establishment of tobacco, and social such as Indians, aspects of life.
Self government: House of Burgess- this was the colonist's first step towards self-government, 1619. 1619 was also the year that slave trade was first introduced; this was very controversial and hypocritical.
The House of Burgess was this first form/step towards self governments for the colonists. The Mayflower Compact was also introduced during this time period. This Compact stated that the majority of the people ruled, majority rules.
These colonies were extremely religious= Puritans. Separatists wanted to completely leave/separate from these Catholic Church. Puritans on the other hand just wanted to reform the Catholic Church.
The colony Jamestown was founded by a joint stock company. In Jamestown the first cash crop was introduced. John Rolfe cultivated the tobacco plant, which inevitably saved the colony and gave the England joint stock company lots of money. John Smith also saved the colony with his famous word, "He that does not work, shall not eat".
Slaves were becoming a major issue with the new colonies mainly because if the newly introduced slave trade throughout the colonies. Women were increasingly becoming an issue. Also colonists didn't care about the Indians throughout the nation and continued to move west.
B. Free Response Essays
1. Analyze the differences between the Spanish settlements in the Southwest and the English colonies in New England in the seventeenth century in terms of