In all four colonies - British, French, Spanish and Dutch - one witnesses two essential factors in colonization. Commerce was essential to building an economy. Control of the land, resources, natives, and one’s own people was essential to building society. Finally – slowly – the British emerged as the strongest of the four colonies. This PSA uses primary sources to reveal the truth behind why British colonization succeeded where the other three colonies failed. Was the Success of the British Due to a Spirit of Commerce or a Spirit of Control? Gather the evidence and you decide!
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Primary Source Analysis Collection (20 Units)
Bundle Includes 20 Units:
Road to Revolution
Articles of Confederation
Lewis and Clark
The Closing of the West