The English were the top ethnic group, with 66% saying they were a good thing
for ... early establishment of English settlements; as well as to non-English groups
having ... populations in the Briti...
Colonial America was a melting pot and had been from the outset; the ... or 7 % of
the population, were an important non-English group (Scots Lowlanders) ... and
Scots Highlanders; By far the largest single non-English group was African, ...
Nor were white colonists alone in creating new societies out of diverse ethnic ...
By 1775, Africans were the largest non-English ethnic group in colonial America.
The population of the thirteen American colonies was perhaps the most diverse ...
By 1775, the ____ were the largest non-English ethnic group in colonial America.
a. Africans b. Germans c. West Indians d. Scots-Irish e. Irish ANS: A REF: p.
After 1720, the American colonies expanded to cover most of the territory
between ... By 1775, half of the population south of New England was of non-.
By 1775 who were the largest non-English ethnic group in colonial America? By
1775 who were the largest non-English ethnic group in colonial America? SAVE
The increased importation of tobacco by the English, as their appetite for this ...
Although a few native American groups were enslaved in colonial America ... In
fact, throughout the colonial period, Virginia had the largest slave ... colonial
period had created institutions and organizations of a non-African nature and
Table 6.1 Estimated Populations of the American Colonies, 1700-1780. Colony.
1700. 1720 .... ments were established, the largest around. Charleston ... 1775
the number of colonists with English an- cestry may have .... only in secondary
ways from one ethnic group to another. ... Among non-British settlers social
By 1775 there were thirty-two British colonies in the Americas, but only thirteen ...
of diverse ethnic groups, with Germans and Scots-Irish the largest non-English ...
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brought growing class distinctions and class conflict to British North America. 3.
.... The two largest non-English white ethnic groups in the colonies were the a.