OpenStudy (anonymous):

Who wanted to make one of England’s Southern Colonies into a haven for English debtors? A. Nathaniel Bacon B. Lord Baltimore C. James Oglethorpe D. King Charles I

4 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

II know it's not Lord Baltimore.

4 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

“This city [Temixtitlan, Mexico] has many public squares, in which are situated the markets and other places for buying and selling. There is one square twice as large as that of the city of Salamanca, surrounded by porticoes, where are daily assembled more than sixty thousand souls, engaged in buying and selling; and where are found all kinds of merchandise that the world affords, embracing the necessaries of life, as for instance articles of food, as well as jewels of gold and silver, lead, brass, copper, tin, precious stones, bones, shells, snails, and feathers.” —Hernán Cortés: from Second Letter to Charles V, 1520

4 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

I checked out my book again the answer was James Oglethorpe. It wasn't in the school book which is why I was having problems. I had to check in a book I checked out from the library

4 years ago
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