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Colonial Government

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What and where was the House of Burgesses? The House of Burgesses was the first government in Jamestown
What was the Mayflower Compact? It was the first form of government in Plymouth
Who made the Mayflower Compact? The adult men on the Mayflower sign and made the Mayflower Compact at Cape Cod.
What was the first legislative assembly in America? The House of Burgesses
How did the Joint Stock Company make money? They made money by giving workers rights that they did not have before.
How did Jamestown get the Laws? The adult men voted for repetitive so they could make laws for the colony.
Who move to Williamsburg? They move to Williamsburg after Jamestown got too big.
Who was allowed to vote or have a say in the government? Only Males were involved in Government
What do they both have in common? Like the Virginia House of Burgesses established the previous year, Plymouth colony began to lay the foundation for democracy in the American colonies.
What country did they left from? They both were English colony
Created by: 18fostort