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spain latin american, south western, U.S,Mexico
france Canda, graet lakes lousiana
great britian jamestown original 13 colonies east coast
new england colonies massachutes connecticut roah island new hamsphere diverse ships fishing exports
middle colonies new York Pennsylvania new jersey puritans
soutjern coloniees Maryland Georgia Delaware south Carolina plantation agriculture
mayflower compact 1st document laws
reason for colonization religion resource land
social contract people give up on freedom for protection
jamestown 1st permanent english colony
direct democracy all people vote on laws
representative democracy elected officials laws
navigation act british laws trequlate colonial trade
great awaking religious revival 1730s influence on us government
salutary neglect british allow colonies to run themselves beneficial
writs of assistance Br soldiers search colonies w/o a warrent
mercantilism British uses the colonies for a favorable balance of trade
son of liberity sammuel protects taxtion w/o respenatvive
war debt british debt
christhoper columbus italian spain discover new world
french and indian war france out of north america british debt
colomban exchange triangler trade
bacon's rebellion Va farmer rebelled unfair representation
declaration of independece june 4th 1776 explantion to the world
no tax without representation protects taxation w/o rep
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