how did religion affect the founding of new england colonies?i just need about three complete sentences please
how did the environment (political, social, and physical) affect the religion of the 13 colonies?That's such a broad question, that it's difficult to answer. First, the colonies were in existence for close to 150 years before they became the United States. The environment changed in those years. You're also talking various religious groups -- Quaker, Calvinistic, Episcopal, and Roman Catholic, among others. Each colony had a different political, social, and physical environment. Please check your book to see if its author has summarized the effects of the environment on religion in the colonies. There were social,political,and economic causes of the American Revolution people from Africa to the thirteen colonies.During the development of the 13 colonies pressure from England had a major effect of the "environment." Taxation and other things caused the temper of the colonies to "heat up." Division among the colonies (about whether or not to break away from England) didn't make the situation any better.who were some famouspeople from maryland discovery 1800, important industries, colony history, what section, origional governer/leader,what was the reason for its founding (religion,prison, financial,other),and what country found it
What was the geography and economy like in the England colonies, middle colonies, and southern colonies? Do you guys know any good websites to check out?
how did the geography of the new england and middle colonies contribute to their economic development?
relationships between colonies in England and how it changes?main details
What did the colonies provide for england? ( This is civics and economics)
why did the king of england grant a charter to the colonies, why didnt he make them royal colonies?
DISCUSS THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN SHAPING NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY DURING THE COLONIAL ERA. WHY DID NEW ENGLAND'S RELIGIOUS AND POLITCAL INSTITUTIONS BECOME FAR MORE DEMOCRATIC THAN THOSE IN THE MOTHER COUNTRY?~AS MUCH AS U KNO~
DISCUSS THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN SHAPING NEW ENGLAND SOCIETY DURING THE COLONIAL ERA. WHY DID NEW ENGLAND'S RELIGIOUS AND POLITCAL INSTITUTIONS BECOME FAR MORE DEMOCRATIC THAN THOSE IN THE MOTHER COUNTRY?
to what extent would it be accurate to say that the new england ,middke and southern colonies had merged to create a single american society by the oubreak of the revolution?In my opinion, from everything I've read, it would not be accurate. There were many colonists who did not believe there should be a revolution or a separate country. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonial_America Read the first two paragraphs carefully. Another thing to think about is how long it took, after the war was won, to come up with the Constitution that we still have today. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Articles_of_confederation then http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/US_ConstitutionThis is a difficult question to answer. The reason for the difficulty is that there is no single correct or incorrect answer and the conclusion is almost immaterial. There were many examples at the beginning and during the revolution indicating that there was not a single American Society. Begin by reading Sections I and III of background to the american revolution lecture outline http://712educators.about.com/cs/historyarlessons/l/blamrevlecturea.htm. Consider why the Albany Plan of Union failed Albany Congress http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h789.html and then later why it succeeded. There were many colonists who were against the Revolution. One of our founding fathers said that 1/3 were for independence, 1/3 were against independence and 1/3 did not care. Read about the Loyalists (those who were loyal to England) at: Loyalist (American Revolution) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loyalist_(American_Revolution) A Loyalist Answers Thomas Paine: James Chalmers and "Plain Truth" http://www.earlyamerica.com/review/fall96/loyalists.html The King's Men: Loyalist Units in New York and North America http://www.nyhistory.net/~drums/kingsmen.htm The Loyal American Regiment http://www.loyalamericanregiment.org/ A few examples of Americans who spied to England are as follows: Spy Letters of the American Revolution -- From the Collections of the Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan http://www.si.umich.edu/spies/ An interesting sidelight of the American Revolution was about George Washington and his glasses. The Rise and Fall of the Newburgh Conspiracy: How General Washington and his Spectacles Saved the Republic http://www.earlyamerica.com/review/fall97/wshngton.html Think also about the philosophy of natural rights, the social contract and the strong theoretical background leading to the revolution and the uniting of the people in all sections in what we regarded as the evils of British colonialism. Yet, we did of course win our independence. One of the major units that you will shortly deal with is how nationalism grew in the new nation. American Revolution - Patriots of the American Revolution Index http://www.americanrevolution.com/PatriotsIndex.htm . Please also remember that this was a difficult and world wide important war that not only affected us but Europe and other nations as well. American Revolution http://home.earthlink.net/~gfeldmeth/lec.rev.html In History it is very often not the conclusion that you reach but the way that you marshall evidence to support your opinion.
Compare English settlement in teh Chesapeake area and the New England in terms of goals, governments, social structures, and religion. What similarities do you find most remarkable? What differences do you find interesting? Which area seems more like old England?
How did the Revolution affect religion in America?