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Q: How did the Virginia House of Burgesses differ from the government that was established by the Mayflower Compact?
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What is the house of burgesses and mayflower compact?

The Mayflower Compact is a contract, or compact made by the people (the white males), to establish a government. The House of Burgesses was established in Virginia to govern the people.


What do the mayflower compact and Virginia house of burgesses have in common?

they both run on a representative government


The mayflower Compact and the Virginia House of Burgesses are examples of?

steps toward representative government


The Mayflower Compact and the Virginia House of Burgesses promoted and created what American tradition?

Representative government.


How did representative government develop in the British colonies?

Virginia had the House of Burgesses and Massachusetts had the Mayflower Compact.


Colony that established house of burgesses in 1619?

The Colony of Virginia established the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1619.


Where was the mayflower orginally supposed to travel to?

Virginia where the Virginia Company had already established government .


The Mayflower Compact and the Virginia House of Burgesses are most closely associated with?

Steps toward colonial self-government


Was the first colony to establish a representative government?

The Virginia colony was the first to establish a representative government. The House of Burgesses was established in Virginia in 1619.


The first representative government in the colonies was established where?

The first official representative government in the colonies was the house of Burgesses in Virginia.


What colony established a House of Burgesses?

Virginia


What was the House of Burgesses?

Virginia's House of Burgesses was the early government for Virginia that passed laws


What is the Virginia house of burgesses for?

The Virginia house of burgesses was one of the pilgrims form of government.


Which Colony established the House of Burgesses in 1619?

Virginia


Why was the House of Burgesses important?

The House of Burgesses was important because it established the Virginia colony.


What do the Mayflower Compact the Virginia House of Burgesses and the fundamental orders of Connecticut have in common?

this did nothing >:(


What was the virginia assembly that first established local representatives self-government for english settlers in north america?

The House of Burgesses


What was Virginia's first legislature and when was it established?

The House of Burgesses created in 1619.


The first legislature established in the American colonies was?

The Virginia House of Burgesses


Virginia colony government?

The governor and the House of Burgesses.


What kind of government did Jamestown have?

the Virginia house of burgesses


What was Americas first government?

The House of Burgesses in Virginia


What was Virginia's first representative government?

The House of Burgesses


The creation of the Virginia house of burgesses was an important step in the development of democracy in colonial America because it?

They established a representative form of government.


How was the founding of the Virginia house of Burgess similar to the signing of the Mayflower Compact?

Both the Virginia House of Burgesses and the Mayflower Compact were early examples of representative democracy in the United States.