In the 1600s CE, French and Dutch settlers in North America took a very different approach to colonization than their English or Spanish counterparts. In this video, Kim Kutz Elliott examines the trading relationships that French and Dutch settlers established with Native Americans in North America and how colonial goals affected patterns of settlement.
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Academy, K. (2021, March 27). French & Dutch colonization: 1607-1754 CE. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2377/french--dutch-colonization-1607-1754-ce/
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