Albany Plan of Union

Join or Die

Albany Plan of Union

The general government is supported by England. The grand council is voted for by representatives. The president-general decides when the meetings at Philadelphia are. The council meets at least once per year or more if needed. Every 3 years there is a reelection by the Grand council. The number of representatives from each colony is based on the amount of money each colony has. The grand council chooses a speaker that serves for no more than 6 weeks.

3 important parts of the document

One important thing about the document is that it was the stepping stone for the modern government. It set the colonies apart from England. Many people joined because of the phrase "join or die". Another important things is that the president-general makes decisions involving natives such as war. One more important thing is that It was the first central government of the colonies.