anonymous
  • anonymous
What were England's main motives for exploring and colonizing America? A. defeating French military and trading outposts B. learning about new types of animals and plants C. converting Native Americans to Protestantism D. creating wealth and building model societies
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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jakelee
  • jakelee
The main reasons for England's exploration, and colonization of the 13 Colonies can be summarized as follows: 1. The British empire believed that it could strengthen its power in the world by acquiring more territory. In the case of the 13 Colonies, the control of these strongholds prevented France from becoming the main sphere of influence in North America; and 2. The British sought the farmlands in which it could grow tobacco and cotton. These were two important products in the New World.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D. :3

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