Massachusetts was the center of the revolution.
education in colonial new york wasn't that important
Colonial Society of Massachusetts was created in 1892.
Many residents of colonial Massachusetts were Puritans. They followed a strict code of conduct, and religion played a central role in their lives.
mostly on industry like now ;-) i think
it had mild climate
This might help: http://www.usahistory.info/colonial/education.html It speaks about education in colonial America...which would have mostly been New York at that time.
it was bad, ughly, and stupif
In colonial Massachusetts they lived in cabins and towns
how was the government of connecticut different from the one in massachusetts
Massachusetts was really cold in the 1600's, not year round though. It is actually much like it is today.
they got taught by books and farming
YES! i live in Massachusetts and we do get enough education.
Colonial education refers to education before the American Revolutionary War. The education was determined by the social class of the family.
Colonial Massachusetts, or the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was founded in the 17th century. It was founded on the east coast of North America in New England.
features of colonial educationit was discriminative in natureit was biasedlow education was provided to the Africans