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Government

Mayflower, House of Burgesses

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legislative both
only males could serve in government both
founded in 1619 in Jamestown, Virginia House of Burgesses
written in November 11, 1620 Myflower Compact
group of people working together to make laws House of Burgesses
their form of government was that the crown went right from the crown to the people House of Burgesses
elected people by voting for them House of Burgesses
self government both
made the document on the ship at Cape Cod Mayflower Compact
make rules for the colonists of Plymouth Mayflower Compact
to far away from England to use their rules so they had to make their own Mayflower Compact
Created by: 18GoehringL