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Colonial assemblies were the predecessors of a legislature. Colonists would gather together and discuss the issues facing their colony before deciding how to proceed.

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Why were the colonial assemblies and colonial courts created?

The colonial assemblies and the colonial courts were created because ------------


How were colonial assemblies established?

Colonial assemblies were established in all thirteen colonies.


What were the duties of the colonial assemblies?

the duties of the colonial assemblies were to create written plans for goverment.Also another duty the colonial assemblies had to do was to make up laws for each colony.


What were the major duties of the colonial assemblies?

in there assemblies colonial delegates spoke up for the freedom to rule themselves.


Who were more powerful colonial governors or colonial assemblies?

It depends The colonial governer was appointed by the king however, the colonial assemblies were incharge of paying the governer so the governer wouldn't be mean to them but the assemblies wouldn't be mean to him or else he would not allow their meetings to be held.


How did colonial governors deal with the assemblies?

Colonial proprietary governors did not really deal that much with the assemblies. They often were not in attendance to know what was happening. The assemblies raised militias and made taxes.


Could women serve in colonial assemblies?

no


What did provincial congress do?

Replaced colonial assemblies


What act requires colonial assemblies to house and pay British Soldiers?

The quartering Act required colonial assemblies to house and pay British soldiers.


What act required colonial assemblies to house and pay British soldiers?

The quartering Act required colonial assemblies to house and pay British soldiers.


Which act created the tax that did not go through the colonial assemblies?

stamp act ~ APEX ~ The Stamp Act created the first tax that did not go through the colonial assemblies.


Could woman serve in colonial assemblies?

no


Did what Provincial congress?

Replaced colonial assemblies


How were the principles of the Magna Carta reflected in colonial assemblies?

Ue


Which one of the following groups held a large number of the seats in the colonial assemblies?

It is the Great Britain that held the largest number of seats in the colonial assemblies. The other countries were France, Germany and Portugal.


Which act created the first tax that did not go through the colonial assemblies?

stamp act ~ APEX ~ The Stamp Act created the first tax that did not go through the colonial assemblies.


Who has the power to dissolve the colonial assemblies?

The Royal Governor.


What was the role of the provincal congress?

they replaced colonial assemblies


What was the role of the provincal congresses?

they replaced colonial assemblies


What was the role of the providential Congress?

They replaced colonial assemblies


What was the role of provincial congress?

They replaced colonial assemblies.


What was the role of the provincial congress?

they replaced colonial assemblies


Who rejected the Albany plan of union?

The colonial assemblies and the British Government


Why did colonial assemblies send delagates to the Stamp Act Congress?

To draw up a petition to the king protesting the stamp act. The petition declared that the right to tax the colonies belonged to the colonial assemblies, not to parliament.


Why did colonial assemblies send delegates to the stamp act congress?

To draw up a petition to the king protesting the stamp act. The petition declared that the right to tax the colonies belonged to the colonial assemblies, not to parliament.