European Colonization in North America
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Resources concerning the impact, influence, and significance of early European colonization in North America.
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Bacon's Rebellion - Historic Jamestowne

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A brief essay concerning the unsuccessful 1676 uprising in Virginia against Royal Governor Sir William Berkeley by his young relation Nathaniel Bacon.
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When Tea Parties Go Wrong – Causes of the American Revolution

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“The American Revolution from 1775-1783 changed the world. In this article, Aidan Curran takes a unique look at the causes of the Revolution – stamps, sugar and tea. This article is part of our introductions to history series.”


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What were the Original 13 Colonies

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This site has description of the Thirteen Original Colonies at the time of the Revolutionary War...

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Has nice maps and information!

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Roanoke Island - First English Colonies (from Research Branch, NC OA&H) | NCpedia

Roanoke Island - First English Colonies (from Research Branch, NC OA&H) | NCpedia | European Colonization in North America | Scoop.it

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Jamestown: Conflict in the New World

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This lesson focuses on the settlement of Jamestown and the conflicts that occurred between the native populations and the English settlers. While...
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Common Sense by Thomas Paine

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“Thomas Paine (#CommonSense by Thomas Paine(circa American #Revolution 1.0)Must Read http://t.co/BHtUVcCGpF #teaparty @WETHEPEOPLETAR #occupy #militia @SGP)...”


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Causes and Effects of the American Revolution «

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Colonial Life in Early America

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Learn What Life was Like in Colonial Times, Trivia about Colonial Life, How the Colonists Lived, What Foods the Colonists Ate, Facts about Colonial Occupations and Colonial Education.

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John Fulton's curator insight, October 11, 2014 7:34 PM

Life in the colonies. Not for the weak. 

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The 13 Colonies

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In 1776, the Declaration of Independence announced that the English colonies in North America were a sovereign nation: the United States of America.

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History of Jamestown -- Jamestown Rediscovery

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The Far East has its Mecca, Palestine its Jerusalem, France its Lourdes, and Italy its Loretto, but America's only shrines are her altars of patriotism - the first and most potent being Jamestown; the sire of Virginia, and Virginia the mother of this great Republic.

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