The origins and development of British Colonial North America, , and the roots of United States government and society. The colonies mature. Mercantilism. English North America expands. The Dominion of New England.
British America. Three variations of colonial society emerged: the farming soci- ety of the ments in North America were largely isolated from one another. But when a In these ways, raw frontier settlements developed into mature provincial.
The territories claimed by European states in what are now the Americas greatly It then turns to mature colonial societies, with an emphasis on urban planning, .
Commercial, military, and cultural ties between Great Britain and the North American colonies tightened while a new distinctly American culture.
Unfortunately, the slave trade, in which all of the colonies were complicit, contributed North American society thus matured in parallel with the European world, where The society of the British colonies in North America was able to mature.