Command of the Military
Appoint Judges, ambassadors...
Life in the New Jersey colony wasn't as hard as the New England or Southern colonies because New Jersey was in the middle. Farmers would grow wheat and corn to make wheatcakes and cblablablaornbreads, and they also grew vegetables.
Life in colony of New Jersey wasn't hard because they had good farmers.
Tryed to survied the dry desert and restart their lives. They had to leave because of religious persecution, and moved to the west to form a new state called "Deseret." They had their own language, money, and alphabet but it just never happened for them. they lived in current day Utah
Full name: Marie Jean Paul Joseph Roche Yves Gilbert de Mortier Marquis de Lafayette The Marquis left France to help Patriots in the American Revolution. He even offered to work without pay. (Which he did not need since he was one of the richest men in France. Soon, he got command as a general without pay and became one of Washington's best and favorite generals. He was a good man and kind to his men. He was wounded in action in the service of the Continental Army.After the Revolution, he returned to France and was a key supporter of the French Revolution, but didn't like how it went: he hoped it to be more like the American one. He purchased a commission in the French Army. At one time he had a commission in both the Army and Navy. Lafayette was imprisoned during the French Revolution and America but most importantly, Washington was not able to free him. He was moved to several prisons mostly throughout Prussia. His fortune was confiscated by the state.
Opposition to the Mexican-American War was mostly among abolitionists, who felt that the war was being fought to expand the area under which slavery could be legal and that the war had no legitimate cause. Notable among those who opposed the war were Abraham Lincoln, who in his only senate term sponsored resolutions asking whether the Mexicans fired on US soldiers on their soil or on US soil (or in the region disputed between Mexico and the US at the time), and Stephen Douglas who called the war the "rape of Mexico."