what were the main effects of the 17th century sugar revolution in the british caribbean?

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This is an interesting question, in a psychological/sociological sort of way. Someone says Sugarloaf and everybody thinks of something different. For me, it's in Brazil. For others it's somewhere else. Okay, it's a trivial thing, but I find it interesting. I had completely forgotten the band ...

Answered: Virgin Islands (British)

The British Virgin Islands is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom. Therefore it has the same requirements as the United Kingdom. In order to apply for a visa, go to this web page: http://www.ukvisas.gov.uk/en/howtoapply/ .

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The "British subjects" north and west of New England did not have the same attitudes as their neighbours further south...They were content with the way things were and supported the monarchy. They were of the same Stock of Brits, Scots Irish etc. but didn't feel the same.

Answered: Which english colonies of the 17th century sought to provide religious

Provided Maryland and Pennsylvania Did not. Massachusetts.
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