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The Impact of Colonization in America.
North America saw a great tide of immigration from England and France in the early 1600s. Many of the immigrants traveled to North America in hope of finding religious freedom or riches. The new colonies relied heavily upon the natural inhabitants of their 'new world' - the Native Americans. During their colonization, the French accepted most of the Native American population, traded with them, and even adopted some aspects of their culture, whereas the British colonists regarded them as inimical savages.
As the colonists began to expand across the eastern coast, they created their own…
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