‘Ice age’, the most popular and well known period of American history, 30000 B.C, marked the most prominent time when America was covered by ice. The sea level was remarkably low resulting in various problems. Years passed by and people started to invade into this new continent which contributes the Northern part of America. Though Native Americans were a part of America, other people like Europeans and Spanish people started to make a living in America. This was the result of conquest and invasion by Mexican soldiers.
Immigrants from various parts of the world selected America as their destination and soon America became the most sought after place when compared to the other continents. British colonies became a part of America soon after the increase in the numbers of immigrants. They began to establish churches and other spiritual places and demanded their rituals to be a part of the existing culture. Due to this factor, the immigration was restricted by the natives during the 17th century.
The Indian and French war resulted in the establishment of new colonies which in turn posed various restrictions on the inhabitants. The late 1770’s were the golden period of America, since America was declared an independent nation; a new nation was born after much hiatus. Though America was declared to be an independent nation, it suffered setbacks due to the continuous wars and revolutions. Independence brought in many victories as well as defeats which America managed to recoup. Alliances between France and America strengthened the relationship between these countries there by resulting in various treaties and it was easy for America to fight back with the British colonies. If not for France’s support, America could not have succeeded in the war that lasted for almost seven years.
This was considered to be the real independence and it resulted in the formation of a national government. (Smith, 1950). State