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colonial goverment

1619 to vote on local matters house of burgesses
in the Jamestown's church house of burgesses
22 burgesses representing 11 plantations house of burgesses
only white males could vote both
joint stock company allowed the citizens to chose there own representatives house of burgesses
met in Jamestown then moved to Williamsburg house of burgesses
democracy government both
made the rules for the colony's both
meet to discusses the colonies business both
on the mayflower, in cap cod mayflower compact
1620 because the didn't land within the jurisdiction of the Virginia company mayflower compact
they ruled themselves mayflower compact
they held town meetings to elect a legislator mayflower compact
the people would make the decisions mayflower compact
all citizens pledged to follow and support the decisions made mayflower compact
had religious reasons as well as governmental mayflower compact
Plymouth MA Mayflower compact
Created by: 18Yoderj