How Did The Changes In North American Culture Influence The Lives Of Europeans And Native Americans?

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By the 18th century North America was changing dramatically for both not only a positive and rippling way . Many of the British officials were moving west from the Atlantic coast and starting to cross into the Ohio River Valley(territory of the Spanish). The Spanish occupied a huge area extending from the Gulf of California, across the desert to the Gulf Coast and finally Florida. The French settled primarily in New France.The changes in North America were dramatic for the Native Americans as their whole view and standpoint in their world had started changing . European expansion displaced many indigenous peoples who had settled and had a set way of living that was now destroyed and changed. European diseases destroyed whole tribes since the native americans had never built their immune system to this. Changing the trade routes and sources made the arrival of firearms allowed for some the tribes to become more powerful and expand their influence at the cost of the rival tribes. The Native American tribes often struggled against each other as much as against the whites immigrants which led to some disputes and some battles.
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As always owning land, especially during the colonial period of Europe, shows that a country was not only wealthy but also had a strong militia which during the development and making a mark of a new born country it was necessary for the colonies to hold such a right . In addition to the land disputes, the issue of the trading rights was vital and central to the conflict as well. Showing who had the strongest and most importing and exporting of the items they produce or French and British settlers lived in relative harmony in North America until French settlers moved farther south to hunt new types of furs and to avoid over hunting in an

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