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Teaching Creating the Carolinas

Creating the Carolinas

While wayward English migrants worked to build the new American colonies, mother England experienced the greatest turmoil in her history in the middle of the 1600s. The Stuart King, Charles I, was beheaded as the result of a civil war in 1649. A dictatorship led by OLIVER CROMWELL ruled England until 1660. This represented the only break in the hereditary line dating from 1066 until the present day. Cromwell was a brutal leader, so the return of the English monarchy was well received by the public.


How did events in Europe affect events in the Americas?
RH.1 - Meaning & Evidence, RH.2 - Main Ideas


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