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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TIME REMAINING 59:47 Why was the House of Burgesses significant in colonial America? It was the first example of representative government in the colonies. It was first to establish the separation of governmental powers. Its leader was the only elected governor in the colonies. Its members were elected by freemen in Pennsylvania.
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The House of Burgesses significant in colonial America because it was the first example of representative government in the colonies.
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The House of Burgesses significant in colonial America because it was the first example of representative government in the colonies.

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