For the Puritans who settled the New England area, it was the Great Puritan Migration (1630-1641)
The Quakers in the Middle Colonies came in the Great Quaker Migration
(Both these groups came from England.)
Asked in Example Sentences
What is an example sentence using the word to the north?
I went to the north on my journey.
What territory did the French lose in North America to the British following the French and Indian War?
East of the Mississippi River went to Britain, West of the Mississippi River went to Spain. ...
Asked in South Korea, History
What was the journey to America like for the Koreans?
it was easy they went on planes and some on boats
Asked in Colonial America
How did the British win North America against the Indians?
this all started with thanksgiving when the pilgrims went to north America because they was merely poor so the Indians helped them out then months passed by then they had a feast on November 27, then they named it thanksgiving then the british came in. but the thing is that the british had guns and ran the Indians out of north ameria and burnt down their homes and made it into real house's that we got now. ...
Asked in Scientists, Nikola Tesla
Did Nikola Tesla's parent accompany him on his journey to America?
Nikola Tesla went alone to America with 4 cents in his pocket.
What did Christopher Columbus find on his journey to the new world?
Christopher Columbus was trying to find a quicker and faster way to the Indies and went up toward North America and was the one on the Mayflower. ...
Who started the Triangular Trade?
The Triangular Trade refers to the trade between New England, Africa, and the Caribbean. Rum and other goods went to Africa, Slaves went to the Americas, and Sugar went to New England. It was initiated by the colonies of British North America. ...
How did Christopher Columbus find north and south America?
Christopher Columbus first went to the Bahamas then came to North America. He was in search of a path to the west Indies. But instead he came across North America. ...
Asked in Explorers and Expeditions, Vikings
Who was Eric the red and what did Eric the red do to lead the vikings to north AmErica?
He explored Greenland, and established two settlements there. It was his son, Leif Ericson, who sailed to North America. Erik never went to North America. ...
How did the british take over North America?
The British first claimed land along the east coast of North America. They then went to war with France (the Seven Years' War) in which they fought over territory (i.e. the Ohio River Valley). Once the British won, they acquired all of France's territory on the North American continent (with the exception of Haiti and Louisiana, as Louisiana was transferred to Spain). However, shortly after this war ended, the US became an independent country from Great Britain and took away a big...