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The first colonial legislature was the Virginia House Of Burgesses.The House of Burgesses was the first colonial legislature.
The House of Burgesses was where colonial leaders of Virginia met to discuss their issues.
BurgessesThe Assembly was known as the House of Burgesses.
The House of Burgesses was an elected legislative assembly in colonial Virginia. The House of Burgesses was established in 1619.
it was the first colonial legislature
The House of Burgesses was established by the Virginia Company to operate in its eponymous colony.
it is the first house
The House of Burgesses was in Virginia.
It was called the Virginia House of Burgesses.
WHAT country? (in the US) it was the House of Burgesses in the Virginia Colony.
House of Burgesses.
You mean the House of Burgesses?
The House of Burgesses wasn't an actual home. It was a governmental body created in colonial Virgina that was the congress if you will, of Virginia.
I believe it was the House of Burgesses
The Virginia house of burgesses was one of the pilgrims form of government.
The House of Burgesses which met in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The House of Burgesses was the legislature of the Virginia Colony.
For an act passed by the Virginia House of Burgesses, the "lower house" of the colonial legislature, to become effective, it had to be approved by the Governor's Council, the "upper house" of the legislature, who were colonists appointed by the King, and by the Governor, also appointed by the King.
The house of burgesses was in charge in Virginia
Represented colonial participation in government
the Virginia house of Burgesses
The Colony of Virginia established the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1619.
The first colonial legislature was located in the Virginia colony. This took place at the House of Burgesses in Jamestown in a church.
The House of Burgesses was the first Representative government in Colonial America
The House of Burgesses made the laws, with the approval of the Colonial Governor, who were appointed by the King of England. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were members of the House of Burgesses and exerted influence over other members. The local government in Colonial Virginia is believed to be more democratic than many other colonial governments in America by Historians. The Representatives serving in the Virginia House of Burgesses were elected by a majority vote of the tax-paying Virginia land-owners.There are many biographies of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson available that contain Virginia history and are very interesting.