Colonists who could read were most likely to read The Bible. This is because so many of the colonists were religious.
BY GOING TO SCHOOL AND HAVING AN EDUCATION
Any man who was able to read and could pay the taxes for voting. (poll taxes)
Are you sure you heard/read it correctly? Could it have been POTUS? = President of the United States.
No President was illiterate at the time of his election, but Andrew Johnson learned to read only as an adult, when he was taught to read by his wife.
because the priest was the only one who could read and write
no they could not because they could only use quills
i don't know. that's why im asking
most likely Britain
They most likely read it
Reading is in everything! If you could not read, then you could not write. If you could not read or write, then you could not use most means of communication.
Read the book! And stop cheating
Technically, anyone who can read could read a book about God if they wanted to. Religious people and individuals who are interested in religious studies are who will likely read a book about God.
There are many places one might go to read about Constantine the Great. The most reputable resource would likely be at one's local library. One can easily find out more at the reference desk.
Fan mail but its most likely he won't read it because he has WAY to many to read