Explain the factors that led the diverse british colonies
1. Describe and explain the factors that led the diverse British colonies step by step from acrimonious competition to cooperation in revolution against England between 1690 and 1776. Factors to consider should include, but are not limited to: the religious ideals of the Great Awakening, the political ideals of the Enlightenment, warfare, economics, failed or limited attempts at cooperation beginning with the Albany Congress, the participation of all classes and genders in colonial society. (Note: this is not a question about the causes of the Revolution – it asks you about the process of creating unity among the colonists.
2. How did Pueblos Revolt, Metacoms’s War (King Philips War) and Bacon’s Rebellion shape the future of Virginia, New England, New Mexico and Native American life throughout the West?