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The first representative government in the New World was theVirginia Assembly Jamestown Council House of Burgesses
Weegy: The old world had better developed technologies. Not only of course better weapons but take for instance they had ships that crossed oceans the native Americans did not. The Old world had developed Iron and steel . [ [ The best that was had was located in South America which was brass.The old world brought horses to the new world which had none before this time.Thus vastly improving trade,war, and hunting skills. source: ] ] (More)
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The geographical divide between the tidewater and the piedmont is calledthe fall line the Appalachian Mountains the James River
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What were the three outstanding events in 1619 that had a great influence on the colonies? Representative government came to America. The first slaves were brought to America. The first governor was elected. The London Company sent women to America. John Rolfe developed a money crop- tobacco.
Weegy: The three outstanding events in 1619 that had a great influence on the colonies are as follows: #1 representative government came to america. #2 the first slaves were brought to america. #3 john rolf developed a money crop- [ -tobbaco .... ] (More)
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The three outstanding events in 1619 that had a great influence on the colonies were - Representative government came to America, The first slaves were brought to America, and ,The London Company sent women to America.



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Dissenters in the Massachusetts Bay Colony were banished from the colony True False
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Dissenters in the Massachusetts Bay Colony were banished from the colony. TRUE.
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