To keep on going with their religious belief's
English, Spanish, French
The East India Trading Company
to ensure that only pilgrams governed.
Resources, much like what the rest of Europe did to the "new world"
What form of government did the colonists establish in the colonies themselves
the English sent large numbers of settlers to establish colonies based on agriculture
they needed to build boats and make money to buy bigger lands.
To gain religious freedom and to escape a ridged class system.
They established their colonies in the thirteen colonist but more specifically the first established settlement was in Jamestown, Virginia. Hope this helps!
he didn't "establish" any colonies
New Jersey was first discovered by the Dutch and called New Netherlands before the English took it over.
How do they differ?:•French colonies had mainly come to the U.S. for fish and fur. They had a good relationship with the Native Americans because they had to trade with them. •British (English) colonies didn't have good relationships with the Native Americans. The English came to the Americas just to establish colonies, and also wanted competition. Since the English had the best and largest navy, getting new lands would be better for them.
A form of government.
Why did england wait until the 1600 to establish permanent colonies in America?
There was not a goal of 13 colonies. In fact, there were 32 colonies total. During the last two decades of the 16th century the English Crown granted various proprietors and chartered companies authority to establish colonies in America. These led to the creation of 12 colonies and in 1730 a group of government sponsored trustees established Georgia. Except for New Hampshire and Nova Scotia, both of which were started under direct supervision of the crown, these colonies were private ventures and not supervised by the English. Between 1624-1729 the majority of the colonies were made into royal provinces and this included the private colonies.
They established colonies in the Caribbean islands, Canada, and the thirteen colonies
In ancient Greece.