Nov 09, · Reform in Great Britain. The excitement of history ebbs and flows, like a river. Just like rivers have both tumultuous rapids and areas of relative tranquility, history has its great wars and.
This lesson introduces students to American colonial life and has them compare the daily life and culture of two different colonies in the late s. Students study artifacts of the thirteen original British colonies and write letters between fictitious cousins in Massachusetts and Delaware.
even growing industries did not become the basis for the kind of explosive industrial growth that Great Britain experienced in the late s because of this which restricted metal processing in the colonies. biggest obstacles to industrialization in America were an inadequate labor supply, a small domestic market, and inadequate transportation.