dbq on american identity

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American History

 

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Eric S

 

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January 3, 2017

 

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This document shows that at this time the colonies still were not united. Unification was slow to develop, and an example of a failed attempt for it, is the Albany congress. Small steps to unification began emerging in the French and Indian War under General Baddock. As stated by Edmund Burke (Document B) shows the British realization that the colonists were beginning to unite, and that it would be very difficult for the English to keep trying to rule the great and growing nation, "the eternal Barriers of Nature forbid?" Slowly the colonists became more and more united...
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As stated by Edmund Burke (Document B) shows the British realization that the colonists were beginning to unite, and that it would be very difficult for the English to keep trying to rule the great and growing nation, "the eternal Barriers of Nature forbid?" Slowly the colonists became more and more united...
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