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Use this Discovering American History video entitled Cultures of Colonial North America 1700 to 1780 to study the number of distinct European colonial regions and new Native American ones that had developed by the 1700s, how these regions (Spanish, French, English, and Indian) created distinct forms of community life that would continue to shape American history. Learn about the maturing of the European colonies, particularly those held by Britain, that brought many social and religious tensions in the 1700s.

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  • Colonialism in North America. Learn about The Cultures of Colonial North America 1700-1780. Follow the development of the United States from colonial days through the 1980's through the experiences of diverse communities of Americans.
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