Colonization: 1600-1775

From the Jamestown Settlers to Separatist Pilgrims, peaceable Quakers, royalist supports, and independent Scots-Irish, the people coming to American shores shared a desire for a new life. Prompted by varying reasons to leave their original homelands, the new colonists learned to survive, built prosperous town, defended their homes, and sparked an idea of independent self-government.

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Colonization American History Booklist

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The Holy Experiment Colony (Pennsylvania)

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