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We ban all bots. I'm writing an essay for my History class and I'm having trouble understanding the question. The essay question is:. Compare and contrast the colonial experiences of the Spanish, the French and the British in the Americas before Use generous, specific examples to illustrate your ideas. I'm not very sure what the question means when it asks about the "colonial experiences.
Can someone reassure me what this means as I'm not very certain. Well colonial means relating to the colony, so I would guess to the common people. What would life be like for the common people? It looks like a good starting point definitely.
I'm not sure how strict your assignment is but if you have the time it's always best to find real sources for your information instead of fact sheets. Try some books which you could find online. I'll take some time to look in my textbook and some other articles. I've been given some articles to look through and I'm not going to base the paper off of one fact sheet. Thanks again for your help. I would think the experiences of the first people who came, like if they fought with natives, conquered natives, spread diseases, enslaved people, traded a lot, etc.
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