The people came to NJ because they didn't want to be ruled by there queen and they didn't want to pay for the war.
People came to the New World colonies for several reasons. However, the main reasons people came to America were for religious freedom and business opportunity.
It depends on which person was doing the apology. For example, Reverand Hale's came in his book in the early 1700s. Ann Putnam jr's came in 1706. John Hathorne's never came.
Well the French came over there for fishing, the British had land clams up there, this is during the late 1700s, early 1800s.
The people from Japan came for better life?
Early people didn't travel to Africa. They came FROM Africa.
Spain, Portugal, France
The 3 reasons people came to America is that they came to find work, they were persecuted for their beliefs in another country, and they wanted to become landowners.
To see what is was like
Beaucause it was better
Copyright is simply the right to copy; it was first used in the early 1700s, not long after the first law giving authors the exclusive right to copy.
The French people came to Trinidad in August of 1666 and began colonizing the area in search of riches. The French remained in Trinidad until the late 1700s when the British began exploring the area.
The main religion of colonial Massachusetts in the 1700s were Puritan Separatists. They came to the colony in pursuit of religious freedom.
some people came looking for gold, some came for religious freedom, and some people came to work as indentured servants. (others who came were slaves or forced slaves.)
Most of the people that came to Australia were from Britain and came to escape the poverty and inequality that was a halmark of life in Britain.
. These people came from Britain they dressed very fashionably(for that time) and ate what was needed like chickens.
People came from everywhere in Europe. There were Germans, Irish, Scottish, Swede, Italian, Dutch, to name a few.
to trade furs
They arrived to the United States around the late 1700s.
money freedom equal rights
By researching immigration into America and the reasons and methods they used to get there.