Why did the British immigrate to the US?
There was no U.S. when British settled in North America. The british citizens that resented Monarchy is what started the creation of the U.S.
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Answer . usually by boat, plane , or train,
Ship, Plane, a minority by car/truck eg from Canada.
Better than most middle and lower class Americans today.
one must go through he naturalization process to be come a permanent citizen, of course there are loop[ holes such as marriage to a citizen, or you can temporarily apply for a… work or school visa
If you have permanently moved to the USA, you must enroll in the public schools. You can learn to improve you English and write in the American style there.
Some migrated to find religious freedom, but most went simply because they thought they could make a better living in the US:
Most came for economic reasons but others just came for a better life
British immigrants came to America for many reasons, but most were seeking an opportunity for a better life than they had at home. Very early in the history of Colonial Ameri…can, some groups of immigrants came seeking religious liberty, or the opportunity to establish their own religious orthodoxy, separate from that of the Church of England, and to persecute those who did not conform to their views, just as they had been persecuted nonconformists in England.
The immagrants came by mostly boat.
British immigrants are people who come into another country to live and they come from England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland or even one of the British colonies. The lar…ge island which contains the countries of England and Wales and Scotland is called Great Britan and the people who live there are often referred as being Brittish or the Brits.
on the mayflower
I'm sure they don't mind them now, but a long time ago, when they decided they'd take over the natives home and make it their own, the Australians didn't really like them all …that much. Australia actually started as a British penal colony. Because prisons were overcrowded, some prisoners were sent to live in Australia, leading to harsh feelings towards mother Britain.
what sports were popular with the british immigrants
Primarily, the North American winters.
Refusing to answer this question because it makes no sense at all. There should be no way this passed quality testing and would probably take 10 minutes just to try and figure… out how to answer this.
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