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Use this Discovering American History video entitled Planting Colonies in North America 1588-1701 to study the European settlement of North America, the Spanish, French, and English settlements that would later become parts of the United States and how French and Spanish settlers mixed with the Indian population when building communities. Study the differences in economies, ideological outlooks, and events in England that accounted for differences between the British colonies in the Chesapeake, New England, and the South.

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