England’s political and economic control over the Colonies
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England established and attempted to maintain control over the colonies. Economic relationships
political and economic
control over the Colonies
England established and attempted to maintain control over the colonies.
• England imposed strict control over trade.
• England taxed the colonies after the French and Indian War.
• Colonies traded raw materials for goods.
• Colonists had
to obey English laws that
were enforced by governors.
• Colonial governors
were appointed by the
king or by the proprietor.
• Colonial legislatures
made laws for each
were monitored by colonial
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