Religious Freedom against the Economy

Religious Freedom against the Economy
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A man with ambition of economy and power goes in search of new lands where he can establish, while the other seeks religious freedom along with the Pilgrims. The Frances and the Native Indians were looking for new territories where there would be natural resources to establish their colonies. The British government fined the Native Americans for the disasters of the war between France and India, raising taxes. Adopted by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776, the 13 American colonies severed their political connections to Great Britain.

Storyboard Text

  •  I'm going to move to a mysterious land called Virginia.
  •  I'm looking for religious freedom and a better life.
  • I leave England and go to Holland to have a better religious life. I want to expand my economy in Virginia, and have better trade.
  • I'm French and I want to expand my colony in Ohio River Valley
  • I am Native Indian and I am going to take control of the Mississippi River.
  • I am the British Government, The American colonies have to pay for the disasters of war. Extra taxation
  • Continental Congress on July 4, 1776
  • I am lobsterback and shoot shots against the settlers at Lexington and Concord in Massachusets.
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