By the 1750s, north american colonists possessed a dual identity; they were both british in their attempts at anglicization and also distinctly american. what factors contributed to this dual identity? what reinforced the british identity? what reinforced the american identity? be sure to discuss political, cultural, social, and economic aspects of society.
the colonists treated the naive americans horribly to be honest. at first all was swell ( for example), but the colonists began to fondle (look up the word and you will know what i'm trying to say) the native american's women and fight with the men. they eventually kicked the native americans out of their territory. after a while, they managed to negotiate and make a treaty in which the native americans can have their own land and no one can take it from them.
^ this is just all that i remember.
if a person survives the holocaust, the last thing he wants to hear is a comment made by someone who knows nothing about it. he knows what a hideous event it was. he has the experience. it is not a
b: fear of flames was based on experience. b is not the answer.
d: ask any asthmatic what they think of smokers. all agree that allowing smoke nearby is not a good idea. d is based on experience and is not a choice.
the answer is c. i think that is what you are intended to answer. but it is not a good answer. the child may have experience with something that was unpleasant and green.
choose c anyway.
but also commercial supply ships
davy david crockett was a 19th-century american folk hero, frontiersman, soldier, and politician. he is commonly referred to in popular culture by the epithet "king of the wild frontier". he represented tennessee in the u.s. house of representatives and served in the texas revolution.