Well, by the 1700s, there were only three regions in the colonies. New England Colonies Middle Colonies Southern Colonies
The Middle Colonies, the New England Colonies, the Southern Colonies, and the Backcountry.
The colonial regions in the 1700s were the New England Colonies, the Middle Colonies, the Southern Colonies, and the Back Country. The Back Country was near the Appalachian Mountains.
If you're referring only to British colonies, then there were only three. The New England Colonies, the Middle or Mid-Atlantic colonies, and the Southern Colonies.
The constitution didn't exist until 1789 and the colonies were under British rule.
The 1700s was a time of change in the American colonies. The colonies were under the thumb of the British Empire and they wanted freedom.
Around the 1600s through the 1700s.
all the colonies
new England was were people from England settled in during the 1700s.
The total population of the 13 American colonies was around 2.5 million people in the mid-1700s. Other British colonies were growing in population size as well.
The people in Europe decided to move to the colonies during the 1600s and 1700s because they wanted religious freedom.
The ideas of the enlightenment
The people in Europe decided to move to the colonies during the 1600s and 1700s because they sought religious freedom and the opportunity for a better life.
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The Great Awkening.