During the colonial era, distinct political, religious and economic conditions led to settlement in America. Many diverse groups of people played roles in this settlement and created truly unique societies along the eastern seaboard, in the southwest, and in the upper Great Lakes regions. Drawing from the examples in your textbook, consider the perspectives of large landowners, farmers, artisans, native Americans, women, indentured servants, and slaves and discuss a couple of the groups of people who you believe were most instrumental in the creation of the unique colonial societies and why. Please include specific examples from your textbook and cite your sources. textbook is give me liberty by eric foner.
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