How Were the Colonies Governed?


The colonies were governed by governors. The governors were appointed by the King of England. The governors of each colony could make any law that they chose to.
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The colonies where governed by the founding fathers of our country. There where only 13 colonies so it wasn't that hard of a thing to keep track of at the time. Although, the American people did have Britain to deal with.
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