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    The thirteen colonies are extremely important to America’s history. Many of the colonists came for similar reasons such as new opportunities, wealth, and religious freedom. Despite these similarities, there are a few distinct differences between each colony. These differences are the factors that make it or break it when deciding which colony I would have chosen to live in back then. I would have chosen to live in the Pennsylvania colony during this time. The Quakers established the Pennsylvania

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    differences between the North and Southern Colonies and finding their weak and strong points in society is that they both have their own customs and views on how a government should be run. For instance the south wants to keep slavery and the north wants to abolish slavery completely. To make these changes both regions need to work together and make a compromise to make everyone happy, but at the same time make an official government that the states, A.K.A the 13 colonies can follow. This would make the first

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    were allied with the British. The French were allied with the Native American tribes in the area. The war lasted for seven years and ended in a victory for the British. However, this caused many problems which ultimately led to the loss of the Thirteen Colonies. The first biggest problem was War debt. Due to the fact Britain helped the Colonists win the war. They felt that the colonists should help pay off the debt. They imposed taxes on the Colonists. It was a terrible failure. It created uproar

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    most significant day in American history. On this day, the thirteen British colonies won their independence from Great Britain, their mother country at the time. The war that allowed the colonies to gain their independence was, of course, the American Revolution. One reason the colonists’ declaration of independence was understandable was because after an extended period of salutary neglect, the British started imposing laws on the colonies. Another reason was that the British violated colonists’

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    terribly by their motherland and trouble started to brew. The thirteen colonies that became the United States of America were originally colonies of Great Britain. By the time the American Revolution took place, the citizens of these colonies were beginning to get tired of the British rule. Rebellion and discontent were rampant. The main reason the colonies started rebelling against "mother England" was the taxation issue. The colonies debated England’s legal power to tax them and they did not wish

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    defending the colonies and fighting the French, the new king, George III, deposed the old prime minister in favor of one that would be willing to place a tighter grip on the colonies. These attempts to consolidate control of the colonies with parliament would prove disastrous, with many of the events like the Stamp Act, the Boston Massacre, and the Boston Tea Party being remembered today. These events and others after the war directly led to the improbable union of the thirteen colonies in war against

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    The American Revolution was one of the most world altering conflicts to ever occur in history. The United States’ separation from Great Britain was seemingly an impossible task. The small, budding American nation believed so deeply in that it was able to overcome Great Britain, one of the world superpowers in the 1700s, and shock the world. After the American Revolution conflict had finally come to an end, the newly formed United States was much like a college freshman. Emerging from times of

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    of Independence is a document that was used to declare Independence for the 13 colonies from England on July 4th 1776. The Declaration of Independence is made up of three main parts. The Declaration of Independence came to be when it was chosen in the second Continental congress to cut their ties to England and allow the thirteen colonies be their own country. The thirteen colonies had representatives from each colony at the Second Continental Congress in which they made their goals apparent in the

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    Loyalists Pull Factors

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    believed if they remained loyal to the crown they would stay safe. There were many types of Loyalists, United Empire, black Loyalists, and Native Loyalists. They were living the thirteen colonies at the time before the American revolution, then the British made an offer to them, which caused them to leave the thirteen colonies to British North America. This all occurred between years 1783 and 1784. Now, this report will investigate the push and pull factors leading to the migration of Loyalists and

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    Patrilineal, Bacon’s Rebellion, Salem Witch Trials, Headright System, Declaration of Independence. All of these topics may be different in title, but they all seem to tie together by sharing the gaining of independence and the shaping of American colonies coming together as one. Martin Luther was a Theologian who was born on November 10, 1483, in Eisleben, Germany. He forever changed Christianity when he began the Protestant Reformation in 16th-Europe. Martin Luther strongly disagreed with others

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