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  • 1. Why did European Nations & Native Americans Compete?
    • Unit 3, Lesson 1
  • 2. Agenda
    • Discuss New Vocabulary
    • Discuss Key Points of Lesson 1
  • 3. Vocabulary
    • Raw Materials
    • Conflict
  • 4. Raw Materials
    • (noun) something from the Earth, such as wood or metal, that is changed so that people can use it
  • 5. Conflict
    • (noun) a struggle or disagreement
  • 6. Lesson 1 European Settlements 1. 1565- St. Augustine is settled by Spain in present-day Florida 2. 1607- Jamestown is settled by the English in present-day Virginia 3. 1608- Quebec is settled by (France) Samuel D. Champlain 4. 1624- New Amsterdam (New York) is settled by Netherlands
  • 7. SETTLEMENT MAP
  • 8. Valuable Resources *European Nations and Native Americans have to compete for land, resources, and power in each region. *As more people come to America, conflicts become commonplace between Native Americans and Europeans, but also between competing European nations.
  • 9. What’s so important?
    • European nations competed with one another for resources
    • Settlers struggled in the new world
    • Europe started several settlements that became the launching pad for further immigration to America
    • Limited resources creates tension and leads to conflict and war