Which statement is true regarding the government structures of new france and the english colonies? a. new france was governed by the king, while some english colonies had authority to govern themselves. b. new france and the english colonies were established with the understanding that the king or queen would oversee all aspects of society. c. the english colonies were ruled by the king or queen who granted the charters, while new france had complete autonomy. d. both new france and the english colonies ruled without any interference from their country's respective king or queen.
The correct answer is B) New France and the English colonies were established with the understanding that the king or queen would oversee all aspects of society.
This is why the English colonies had to fight a war for their right to rule themselves. Even if in practice they had a lot of autonomy, and developed certain forms of self-goverment, formally they were still part of Great Britain, and the english king was the ultimate ruler.
New France had a similar situation. The difference is that the rule of the kings of France ended with the French Revolution, and years after, Napoleon rose to power and became dictator. In order to finance the Napoleonic wars in Europe, Napoleon sold most of New France to the emerging United States.
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1: The joint stock companies such as the Virginia Company were granted charters by the british government.
2: The answer to this one is "To prevent Spanish and French attacks" which is correct.
3: The french made the first permanent colony in Quebec.
4: To improve their ability to trade, because they wanted a fast way for valuable goods.
5: Is to worship freely
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7: The first option
8 The region had very good land, they had good cash crops,
And the spanish expansion.
9: is by negotiating with the indians
10: They were convinced to move off their land, they died from european diseases
they were enslaved.
B/c the English established the Georgia Colony act as a barrier to potential incursion by the Spaniards in Florida
The settlement of permanent English colonies in North America, beginning with Jamestown in
1607, further cemented the development of an already emerging and complex Atlantic World. The
convergence of North American, South American, European, and African peoples in the western
hemisphere was a complicated mix of conquest, trade, and religious mission. Spanish, French, and
English colonies existed simultaneously in North America, each with different objectives and different
approaches to the American Indians they encountered. Likewise, differences among the thirteen English
colonies existed in terms of their founding purposes, interaction with American Indians, and economic
development. England’s various North American colonies were, however, united under their mother
country’s strong focus on extracting colonial resources through mercantilism and trans-Atlantic trade
even though this objective did not always align with the colonists’ growing desire for economic, religious,
and political autonomy.
Emphasis should be placed on the regional geographic, economic, religious, and political
differences that existed between England’s Southern, Mid-Atlantic, and New England colonies.