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    Comparing/Contrast Groups in Colonial America

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    Short sentences on the characteristics of three groups of peoples: Native Americans, colonists, and West Africans
    Native Americans

    • Economic Structure:
    • Political Structure:
    • Social System:
    • Cultural Values:
    • Religion:

    Northern Colonists
    • Economic Structure:
    • Political Structure:
    • Social System:
    • Cultural Values:
    • Religion:

    Mid-Atlantic Colonists
    • Economic Structure:
    • Political Structure:
    • Social System:
    • Cultural Values:
    • Religion:

    Southern Colonists
    • Economic Structure:
    • Political Structure:
    • Social System:
    • Cultural Values:
    • Religion:

    West Africans
    • Economic Structure:
    • Political Structure:
    • Social System:
    • Cultural Values:
    • Religion:

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    Solution Preview

    Hello - That sounds like a discussion question from an early chapter of a college U.S. history survey class. I've taught that class many times. In fact, I have some charts that I've used in teaching that class which address those very categories and how things differed among the different population groups (except the West Africans). As you know at Brain Mass, I can't just "give you the answers." However, I am attaching a couple of my Powerpoints which you can watch and listen to - one on Indians and the other on regional differences among the English-speaking colonies - where I think you will be able to find the answers. At least, you will ...

    Solution Summary

    The question and the answer relate to economic, political, religious, and cultural similarities and differences among the groups of people present in the early North American colonies.

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