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European Rivalries

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History
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History 2201E
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THE IMPACT OF EUROPEAN RIVALRIES IN NORTH AMERICA NEW COLONIES A NEW NATION LOSSES FOR NATIVE PEOPLE 1660s1780sINTRODUCTION This lecture deals with two major events about which you already know the outcome Britains conquest of France in North America in the 1760s Britains loss of its Thirteen Colonies two decades later as the outcome of the American RevolutionThese events both altered the balance of power in northwestern Europe and shaped the future of North America The end of New France and the creation of the US also spelled the beginning of the end for native people in northeastern North America as significant military players 1BACKGROUND FrenchEnglish rivalry at home and abroad2 SITES AND SOURCES OF FRENCHENGLISH CLASHES IN NORTH AMERICA Inland Ruperts Land Great Lakes area Mississippi and Ohio valleys furs military concernsThe Atlantic area Newfoundland and Acadia cod military concerns3TREATY OF UTRECHT 17
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