Britain found a market for their goods in the british colonies of north america, increasing her exports to that region by 360% between 1740 and 1770 british merchants offered credit to their customers  this allowed americans to buy a large amount of british goods. What factors fostered or hindered the growth of the british atlantic colonies (that later became the united states of america) from 1690 to 1763 how did the european colonists respond to the growing diversity among them—by religion, ethnicity, economic status, and country of origin.
First of all, colonies began to unite to defend against the countless number of indian attacks colonies could consult other colonies on issues that affected all of them, and when laws were to be placed each colony voiced two votes. What factors made relations between indian and colonist in the new england such a disaster for the native americans how did the existing dutch settlements and institutions influence development of new york explain the system of indentured servitude that developed in the american colonies. History of british colonial america including virginia, pilgrim fathers, massachusetts and new england, dutch in america, proprietary colonies, pennsylvania, albany and the iroquois, franklin's plan giving it a monopoly to trade and found colonies along the entire length of the american coast the area of the hudson river, explored by.
Most modern american citizens consider great britain to be their european parent country however, by the time british arrived in the new world and established their first permanent settlement at jamestown in 1607, much of the continent had already been claimed by other european nations. British colonies in north america see also: british america , british north america , and thirteen colonies the kingdom of great britain acquired the french colony of acadia in 1713 and then canada and the spanish colony of florida in 1763.
40—— diversity in america w hat most people remember about early us history is that the 13 english colonies fought for their independence from the “mother country” of england because the english held cultural and political preem-inence in the colonial and early national periods, this myth of cultural homo-geneity arose. Diversity in colonial times 39 “the scold” (1885) is an engraving by an unknown artist that depicts a new england colonial street scene with a woman wearing a scold’s bridle those who blasphemed, lied, or gossiped excessively had to wear this iron mask with a flat spike to curb their tongues. • how and to what extent specific factors such as commerce/mercantilism, religion, geographic setting, population diversity, and cultural perspectives helped lead to the political, social and economic development of north american colonies • how environmental factors, such as topography, climate variations and disease, influenced the settlement and development of the thirteen english colonies in north america. Where did the french and dutch establish colonies in north america and how did their efforts differ from spanish and english the french and dutch settled in quebec in 1608 their population grew slowly and they weren't looking to migrate. Chapter 4: growth, diversity, and crisis: colonial society, 1720-1765 learning objectives • 1 how did economic development and population growth affect social and political development in the american colonies given the evidence from eighteenth-century america, what type of influence can major cultural movements have on social and.
The middle colonies had fertile soil which was perfect for cultivation of crops they also had efficient rivers they had bountiful amounts of lumber for timber industry, and harbors provided for great ports for trade the populations were more ethnically mixed than those of the other colonies there was a fair sense of religious freedom and democracy. History of british colonial america including virginia, pilgrim fathers, massachusetts and new england, dutch in america, proprietary colonies, pennsylvania, albany and the iroquois, franklin's plan the colonies have not yet found the will to co-operate to this extent and parliament in london has no wish to devolve its powers in this way.
• the british decision to wage war to defend the empire ended up redefining it the british changed colonial policy & transformed the relationship with the american colonies. • how cultural factors influenced the settlement and development of the thirteen english colonies in north america (eg, quakers in pennsylvania, puritan families in new england, indentured servants and slaves in virginia. Colonial america also had regional differences among culture or historical reason for establishment as a colony the southern colonies were established as economic ventures and were seeking natural resources to provide material wealth to the mother country and themselves.