The history of the thirteen British colonies that would eventually declare independence in 1776 and later become the United States.
Who became an American war hero at the battle of New Orleans?
That would be Andrew "old Hickory" Jackson. If you can find the Record of the Battle of New Orleans you will hear in the song where it says "The Ole Hickory said we could take'em by surprise if we didn't fire a musket till we looked'em in the eye"
Andrew "ole Hickory" Jackson would go on to become the 7th President of the United States and is Pictured on the $20 Bill still today 2020
What was the lower house of the legislature in colonial Virginia?
What was the name of the first two English Colonies in America?
What did people think about witches?
U r fat
What means to do away with or put an end to?
What did a cobbler do?
What is a cobberler spy not show agent
Why did colonist oppose the stamp act and the townshend acts?
These taxes were examples of taxation of the colonists who had no representation in Parliament.
Why did the colonists use boycotting as a means of protest against British acts?
How did Puritans attempt to convert Native Americans?
Varied. Those that settled in Vig. were all killed during the first winter, by the Indians.
The ones that settled in Mass, Plymouth, were saved by the local Indians! Or they could have all been dead.
Life expectancy in 1600 colonial life?
Varied. All that had first settled in Virginia died during the first winter they came.
Those on the Mayflower to Mass. Some did die the first winter. But the Indians came to them and saved most of their lives! If they had not saved them; lots of us could not be here today!
Why was agriculture more successful in the middle colonies than in the North?
Warmer temperatures! Norther Maine can drop to -30 degrees! Yet 80s and 90s possible in the summer.
Also roaches cannot live so far north!
Why did the middle colonies have a diverse population than either new england or the south?
I dare you to read history! There were people that went to north America. Before the pilgrims that landed in what is now Mass. Columbus and others had first landed in South America. Another ship of people like the Pilgrims did land in Virginia! Yet they were soon all Dead! The Pilgrims were the first to survive! Lots of these pilgrims became very sick also. The local Indians saw them and Saved their Lives! If not would the pilgrims of Mass. have survived?
Why did settlers choose the site of Jamestown?
That is were they landed.
The Pilgrims left to join them; yet the wind took them far from there and they settled in what become Mass. now, Plymouth. All with God and to start a new religion.
Did William Penn own Slaves?
Yes, he did, although, he treated them like members of the family. He did buy and trade slaves within the Quaker community and all Quakers treated slaves like family. Quakers fought against slave ownership by people who were cruel to their slaves both in the North and South. During the Civil War Quakers hid slaves who escaped.
Was there slavery in the southern colonies?
Yes ,there was slavery in the southern colonies
When was the 22nd Amendment passed?
When was the twenty-second amendment passed
Did lynchburg Virginia get its name from lynching black people?
Lynching was named for Colonel Charles Lynch who used the practice during the American Revolutionary War to deal with Tories and criminal elements. After the war, as the nation expanded so did the practice of lynching. The rule of lynching as a method to maintain the social order was referred to as lynch law . In the mid-1750's, the colonial village of New London in central Virginia was an important trading center, however, it was difficult to reach from northern towns (such as Charlottesville) due to the necessity of fording the Fluvanna (now James) River, which passed twelve miles north of the village. John Lynch, son of land-owner Charles Lynch and Quaker Sarah Clark Lynch, decided to remedy this problem, and in 1757, established a ferry service on the James a few hundred yards upstream from the ford, on property owned by his father. The ferry service remained profitable for many years, and by the end of the American Revolution, the village at Lynch's Ferry had itself become an important center of trade. Lynch saw the possibilities of establishing a town on the hill overlooking the ferry site, and in late 1784 petitioned the General Assembly of Virginia for a town charter. In October, 1786, the charter was granted, founding the town of Lynchburg.
What were the trading post empire?
Trading-post empires are those empires in the earlier centuries (13-15th) which traded vast goods and set up trading posts. Trading posts were built by European traders along the coasts of Africa and Asia as a base for trade with the interior. Trading posts (or 'Factories') were islands of European law and sovereignty, but European authority seldom extended very fat beyond the fortified post.
Which of the following is true about cash crops?
Cash crops could be ruined by a single disease.
Are the yeehats real Indians?
What were the 3 important tasks that the 2nd continental congress faced when they met in in 1775?
To take care of the people
To give food to the people when there an earth quake
What was the main purpose of the colonists writings?
A hard tablet used for writing on with chalk?
What does a colony usually provide for its ruling country?
Colonies historically provided new raw materials and lands for development, and cheaper labor. They also provided a market for finished goods and tools.
What were the 13 original states of the US?
I don’t f— care