new hampshire,massachussetts,rhode island and connecticut
Rhode islands government was legislative in the 1700's
Corn, squash and beans
probably log cabins
The original government of Rhode Island was that of a Charter Colony. The Charter Colonies were written contracts that followed the British form of government.
Type in, "What was colonial Rhode Island's economy?"
democratic goverment, sonn(:
The man who settled colonial Rhode Island was named Roger Williams. He, a minister from Massachusetts, was banished from the colony because he did not believe that people should be prosecuted for their religious practices. In his view, the government shouldn't force people to worship a certain way. This lead Williams to establish Rhode Island, the first place in America where persons of all faiths could worship and practice as they wished.
It had very low hills, narrow valleys, forests and numerous marshlands.
The state bird of Rhode Island is the "Rhode Island Red" (a type of chicken).
None. There was no Rhode Island State religion.
I expect that you mean a "Rhode Island Red"? It is a type of Chicken.
mostly seafood ( fish, whale, crab, octopus, squid, and ect..) and wheat.
girls wore bonnets and long dresses and boys wore breetches
Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island was strategically located in relation to the New England, Middle, and Southern colonies. Hence, maritime trade became an important industry to colonial Rhode Island. Shipbuilding was the first major industry in the area. Fishing was also important to the economy of the colony.
Rode Island has Chickens
The first type of government in colonial New Jersey was called a Concession type of government.
A Democratic government
The Rhode Island Red is a type of chicken. They are important because they are bred for both their eggs and meat.
No, Rhode Island was not a type of joint stock colony. It was considered a type of royal colony because it was settled under a royal charter.