"British Colonial Life"
During the start of English Colonies, the British Change throughout periods of their ages. Upon that, their lives consist of Economic, Social, and Political changes. The people from different parts of the Colony have different changes in their lifetime, it is because the colonies are in different locations, and eventually positive and negative effects will reflect the British. The parts of the Northern American colonies consist of New England, Middle Colonies, and the Southern Colonies.
North America would be the Official location for the early settlers during the earliest period. The people at that time seek for open land to be made their "own property". The people were lucky if land was achieved, but many people came as indentured servants (typical slaves who are under a contract). For economic increase, the colonial landowners find servants to work for them in exchange for�transportation, food, drink, clothing, lodging and other necessities for three to seven years. After the slaves are freed, they will be like other early settlers and start to save and achieve own lands.
New England, the cold region of North America, it is definitely not the best place for crop and other types of food. New England leaders like�John Hancock, John Adams, and Samuel Adams joined Philadelphia and Virginia to assist and lead the newly-forming country. Crop was hard to harvest, but many colonists in England became Fishermen and Sailors to sail off and obtain food for long term survival. Social Changes only occurred as leaders, but people who settled to England are rated in a class system.
The Middle Colonies consisted of Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, and...