Was America largely unconnected with the remainder of the world during the 1600s and 1700s?
The Parties Concerned
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Answer . I believe they were Quakers. . If i may add, i believe it was the Puritans and the Quakers.
They were treated as the inside caretakers, they were made to stay home tend to the children and make sure that dinner was made and that the children were brought up well.
Chickens ruled the world
Life was organized with rural areas surrounding a main city. Citieswere built near water sources for trade access.
Good People Edit: Good People that lived in colonial America during 1600-1700.
it had fertile soil for growing crops th export to england
Perhaps a lyre, a fiddle. a flute, and an occasional drum.
It was full of hard work, disease, hot summers, cold winters, and the food was portioned. It wasn't that good.
In Central America
Spain, France and Portugal
In History of the United States
Smith, Jones. Green. White, Brown, Miller, Adams and a lot of names like those. German names were also common, mainly in the Middle Colonies.
In New York
it was like the normal pioneer life people died from the winters and stuff like that.
In New York
48 degrees Celsius
In Century - 1700s
it wad warm.