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What were the colonies of Virginia?

Virginia WAS a colony- of Great Britain. It did not have colonies.

What coast were the first American colonies founded on?

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Before American gained its independence, it was a colony of Great Britain and Great Britain's policy is that their colonies can only trade with them and no other nation. So, when the American Revolution started and a boycott was started, then U.S. would have to rely on themselves for resources or see if any other nations are willing to trade with them.

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