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Regions impacted Characteristics of region prior to European Contact Form of Interaction Short Term Influences to Controlled Region Long Term Consequences to Controlled Region France Northern North America (St. Lawrence river, New France), the Caribbean, coast of New England, Quebec, etc. Most of the regions were already inhabited with other peoples which had est. their own ways of life. They began to form peaceful relationships with the natives including trading with them Started to settle their new colonies while getting along with the natives of the region and setting up trading posts between the natives and themselves After the trading stabilized and the Spanish hold on the Caribbean weakened, they began to grow in the west Indian colonies and est. sugar plantations Britain Claimed Canada, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, the Grand Banks, etc. The land was inhabited by indigenous peoples which had their own trade systems, religions, social organizations, etc.

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