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How Did The Colonies Grow In The Mid-Eighteenth Century North America

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In the mid-eighteenth century of North America, the community was diverse and complex. A majority of the mainland colonies were mostly agricultural areas and the residents made most of their income by farming. The thing these colonies had in common was the enormous increase of population. While economic conditions were improving, the government didn’t worry as much about emigration. In return, The colonies’ growth in economics contributed to an increase in birthrate. At this time, the social structure benefited only a small percentage of people, but not everyone. Most of the free Americans profited from economic growth, and as colonial society developed, an elite class of citizens came forth that dominated politics and also social class. The

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  • Explains that in the mid-eighteenth century of north america, the community was diverse and complex. the colonies' growth in economics contributed to an increase in birthrate.
  • Explains that the south, the north, and the mid-atlantic were different from each other because of their natural environment and social policy.
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