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French vs. British treatment of Native Americans during the early years of American colonization. Written for AP US History class - I recieved a 25/25.
North America experienced a great wave of immigration a few hundred years after its discovery. Inspired by adventure, riches, and the desire to escape political and religious oppression, Europeans came to the continent. Two of the immigrations that took place were those of the French and British. Upon arriving at North America, they did not encounter savages, but rather a skilled and organized people. Both countries took to the indigenous people differently, however. While the French treated the indigenous people with respect and as people with whom they could trade and coexist, the Britis…
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- French vs. British treatment of Native Americans during the early years of American colonization. Written for AP US History class - I recieved a 25/25.
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