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kay um. my teacher's not very good at teaching. great guy, but not meant to teach..sooo I have 6 questions that aren't even in the chapter and the index is of no help to me right now...
sooo here goes:
Describe the basic population structure and social life of the 17th century colonies
Compare and contrast the different populations and ways of life of the southern colonies and new England
Explain how the problems of indentured servitude led to political trouble and the growth of African slavery
Describe the slave trade and the character of early African-Amercan slavery
Explain how the New England way of life centered around family, town, and church and describe the changes that affected this way of life
describe the various conditions affecting women and family life in the 17th century colonies
if you could help out that'd be GREAT
You'll find the answer to the first question in this site.
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thanks so much! it's been really hard to follow the class...and the questions don't go with the chapters we were assigned otherwise this would be a no brainer
8. In which of the following colonial wars did the American colonists capture the fort at Louisbourg and begin to crave domination over the entire western region that included the Ohio Valley?
A. King William's War
B. War of Spanish Secession
C. Queen Anne's War
D. King George's War
Is it (B)