What hardships took place in the New England colonies?
THEY HAD A TERRABLE INFESTATION OF BEARED DRANGON MONKEYS THEY ALSO HAD RESULTED TO EATTING THE TOWN CATS.....
The greatest achievements during the 1700s were the preparation and beginning battles for independence from Britain. Nowhere in the colonies was the patriotism and the refusal to be subjugated stronger than in the New England colonies. The most important events prior to the war took place in New England. The Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre, both took place in the New England colonies. The important beginning battles of the American Revolutionary War in…
The New England colonies "took place" from the first settlement in 1620 until 1776, when they ceased to be colonies and became free and independent states. The New England colonies were Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. what is now Maine was part of Massachusetts and the land that is now Vermont was in dispute, claimed by New York, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts.
Restoration Colonies: Colonies created following the Stuart restoration in 1660 when England again took interest in America. The colonies enabled England to control the East Coast, Carolina, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. These colonies had governments that made a social hierarchy geared toward a dominant wealthy class.
The Battles of Saratoga took place 2 years into the American Revolution. The British had decided that they were not making enough progress in New England. They thought they'd divide the colonies in two now, and separate New England from the middle and lower colonies. It was Continental Army tactics that caused the British to pursue this new policy.
Where tensions between the colonists and british reached a peak during the years prior to the revolutionary war?
The US Slave Trade took place in the 1700's. It involved 3 major stops to get various items from each continent. It stopped in England to acquire guns and other weapons. It then went to West Africa and boarded the ships with many African American Slaves. They then shipped them across the Atlantic to the 13 Colonies where they would work the fields. The ships then took many crops back to England.