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How did the colonial powers control the native people?

There were Self-Governing colonies, colonies with representative councils (controlled some of their own legislative issues), colonies with nominated councils (mostly governor-appointed councils), and colonies ruled directly by a governor. There were also Protectorates, mandates, and Dominions controlled by European nations in Africa.


Who was the most powerful spanish leader in the colonies?

I think it's a viceroy because a viceroy is a man who is the governor of a country, province, or colony, ruling as the representative of a sovereign. A governor is a person who rules that country or place so I think it's a viceroy. Hope I helped!


The elected leaders in a representative government speak for the .?

The elected leaders in a representative government speak for the


What did the middle colonies and southern colonies shared all of the following grievances except?

All of the following states make up the middle colonies Except:


Why did the loyalists leave the colonies for Canada?

They loyalists were largely persecuted by the "Sons of Liberty" during the beginnings and during the Revolutionary War. Their allegiance to the Crown and British Government was targeted by rioters and assemblies of citizens protesting the Kings policies towards the colonies. After the war ended, the British Soldiers took as many loyalists as they could with them to Canada. If they would have stayed, some might have been executed for treason by the unruly crowds.

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Who did colonies have representative assemblies?

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Which feature of government was usedby many colonies prior to the revoulutionary war?

representative assemblies


Who was the royal governor of the northern colonies who outlawed colonist representative assemblies?

Edmund Andros


Which branch of the new government created by the US Constitution mirrored the representative assemblies that governed the colonies?

legislative


What representative assemblies established in the English colonies in America were based on the same self-governing tradition as what?

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Who was the governor that ended representative assemblies?

Edmund Andros


I was the governor that ended representative assemblies?

Edmund Andros


In what ways did the colonies have representative governments and in what ways were the governments not representative?

Some colonies didn't chose to have a representative government, others did.


Why did colonies have colonial assemblies?

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Why did colonies have Representatives assemblies'?

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Why did colonies have representatives assemblies?

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How would elected assemblies help the colonies grow?

Elected assemblies helped the colonies grow because it made the royal governors weaker. The House of Burgesses, considered the first of the elected assemblies, met on July 30, 1619 in Jamestown.