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The colonies of the late 1600s and the early 1700s were formed because in England many people were being persecuted because of their religious beliefs So to get away from the persecution the people of England wanted to go to a place where everything seemed perfect because thats what the advertising for America was saying Where they wouldnt be forced to do or not doreligious celebrations they didnt want to So they came to America and settled in the colonies The Native Americans who had already been there were curious and scared of these new people coming in there land So at first they didnt know what to do The Indians being the great people they were helped the colonist out in the new land They showed them easier and more efficient ways of getting things done Plus the colonist had indentured slaves so they hardly had to work it was mostly the Indians this helped the inexperienced colonists out making their adjustment to the new world simpler Basically the colonist had it made They asked questions and the Indians answered them So the better things got the more people came over So the Indians being the huge help were inviting them over So they were thanked by being exiled out So the colonies began to grow and more colonies started to form Meaning more an more space was beginning to disappear in the mass ship loads of people coming over More and more people less and less land and the original landowners the Native Americans were losing their property fast So eventually they were pushed out into the west until now there are only a few tribes left Being the Situation the social reason is they are losing out of or lost the Native Americans cultures and customs and that would be a major loss America today was known as a melting pot because we carry
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