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Spanish Exploration Emmanuel MirandaSpanish Exploration Emmanuel Miranda
Emmanuel Miranda Well there many changes that occurred when the Spaniards came to the Americas and it greatly affected the lives of the Natives that lived there. For example, a couple of years after
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Apush boyer Chapter 4 NotesApush boyer Chapter 4 Notes
George Whitefield- young Anglican minister from England, attacked the ministers in the southern colonies of abandoning piety in favor of reason, and that they were unsaved→intercolonial celebrity
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Colonies – Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode IslandColonies – Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island
Climate/Geography – Colonists in the New England colonies endured bitterly cold winters and mild summers. Land was flat close to the coastline but became hilly and mountainous farther inland. Soil was generally rocky
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Unit 3 The English ColoniesUnit 3 The English Colonies
This religious leader moved from England to Boston. She was not afraid to speak out about her beliefs. The things she said made Puritan leaders angry, but she did not back down page 167
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The Emergence of a New, Distinctively American Society, 1690-1750 Colonial Society Circa 1690The Emergence of a New, Distinctively American Society, 1690-1750 Colonial Society Circa 1690
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Social Studies Lesson Plan Template Title: Colonialism/ 8th gradeSocial Studies Lesson Plan Template Title: Colonialism/ 8th grade
After finishing this lesson, the student will be able to explain how the average person in the American colonies lived in the 1770s and be able to explain how life in the colonies influenced people’s ideas about good government that ultimately laid the foundation
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