What type of government did Pennsylvania have in the 1600s-1700s?
Charter of Privileges was the proprietary government that was established upon the basis, which it continued to 1776.... im 1OO% correct . :) ...
Asked in Founding Fathers, Colonial America, Virginia
What was colonial Virginia's government?
The government of Virginia from the 1600s to the late 1700s was known as the House of Burgesses. After the late 1700s, the government was renamed as the Virginia General Assembly. Then later the colony of Virginia became part of the US. ...
Asked in Latin America
In 1700s Latin American politics were dominated by?
In the 1700s, Latin American politics was dominated by the highest social class in the land. Only the rich could hold jobs in government and the church. ...
Which statement describes what the British colonists thought of the British government during the European wars of the 1700s?
The British government did not have the same interests as the colonists.