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Use this History of The American Journey video entitled Convergence and Conflict 1660's to 1763 to study the maturation of colonial society and the transformation of the colonies’ development with Britain between the 1600’s and 1763. Learn about the relationship between England - the mother country - and the colonies, the imperial trade system, social, cultural and religious links, and the nature of political thought are surveyed. Discover how the North American empires of France and Spain came into conflict with the expanding English settlements which had begun moving into the backcountry.

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  • Conflict in America. Learn about Convergence and Conflict 1660-1763. Follow the growth of the United States from its creation as a new country to its search for stability in a changing modern world.
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  • Follow the discovery of the New World by Columbus and the establishment of new colonies in it by the French and British.
  • Examine the federal government's treatment of Native Americans and the transformation of the West.
  • Watch the shaping of America and its people in the twentieth century through a great depression and two world wars.
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