AP U.S. History 3.3 Period 2: 1607-1754

AP U.S. History 3.3 Period 2: 1607-1754. The direct effect of the process depicted in the image was...what?

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Period 2: 1607 to 1754Competition and Conflict Between Europeans and American Indians
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answers on rise my island element Okay well let's start

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at the bottom and then jump around because well we

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feel like it was an increased demand for european settlers

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A direct effect of the process depicted in the image

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while the trade of a trader was teo trade well

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in the time before phones and the internet this usually

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meant a lot of moving around You couldn't just call

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up your native supplier and asked them to email you

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The shipping details google the best shipping companies and organized

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delivery all from the comfort of your own home via

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ups trading involved going and getting stuff in person and

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then hauling it halfway across the world the self before

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having to sail the other halfway Just teo you know

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get more stuff plus think about how long it took

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to travel those kinds of distances And really if you

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were a traitor You probably didn't have all that much

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to do with settling except in business dealings Phil let's

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cancel this order across diaz how about be Well the

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british at the time were really into agriculture We know

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how much british people love tea and well t needs

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to be grown for was considered a luxury item that

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was probably not very useful The farmers who had better

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things to do than stand around in furs and you

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know look pretty The british were far too busy cultivating

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t routes to concern themselves with the creation of elaborate

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trade routes throughout the mostly british colonies So be it

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looks like we're just not buying it What about see

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many of these countries had longstanding gripes with one another

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sometimes for rational reasons and sometimes a little as logical

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ones for wasn't the only sought after item to be

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found in the new world Former european rivals were already

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competing with each other for all sorts of good they

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seem happy enough Keep those rivalry is going strong for

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trading was simply another opportunity to show off there prowess

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we had best bidding you to see which brings us

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To a european fur traders were forging alliances right and

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left and centre with the native peoples by making friends

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and getting hitched However conflicts between rival groups of native

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peoples began to rise Is the desire for control over

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this incredibly profitable market grew All things escalated from there

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and so is the right answer Hey even the best 00:02:16.623 --> [endTime] of fur ends can sometimes misunderstand each other Oh