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Chapter 6, Lesson 1: Spanish and French Colonization (pp. 128-131)

I. Spanish Settlers in New Mexico

II. French Traders in Canada

    A. Fishing fleets from Europe harvested fish from the Grand Banks.

    B. French traders gave Indians metal goods for furs.

    C. Quebec was founded as a trading post and fort for the fur trade, but farmers and families soon settled there, too.

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