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cooperation of the 13 colonies

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cooperation of the 13 colonies

Slaves had to cooperate with their owners.

In the colony of New York, the colonists had little say in the government. The colonists had to cooperate.

The settlement of Plymouth (which became apart of the colony Massachusetts) cooperated with the natives. (Plymouth was not forceful to the natives.)

Cooperation

In the settlement of Jamestown, (which later became apart of the colony Virginia) the colonists had to cooperate with the House of Burgesses.

The 13 colonies had to cooperate with England, even though they did not want to.

Defenition...Cooperation- To work or act together for a common purpose.

By, Sydney Whiteman

The 13 colonies

Colonial Regions and the 13 original colonies.

Bibliographywww.History.comThe 13 colonies a new true bookMoney and Finance in the 13 colonies History Alive TextbookHarcourt Social Studies textbookwww.google.com


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