How did England's attempts at coloinies differ from other European powers?


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primarily around the struggle of England, France, and

Spain to gain control of the continent. Settlers

crossed the Atlantic for different reasons, and their

governments took different approaches to their colonizing efforts. These differences created both advantages and disadvantages that profoundly affected the

New World’s fate. France and Spain, for instance,

were governed by autocratic sovereigns whose rule

was absolute; their colonists went to America as servants of the Crown. The English colonists, on the

other hand, enjoyed far more freedom and were able

to govern themselves as long as they followed English

law and were loyal to the king. In addition, unlike

France and Spain, England encouraged immigration

from other nations, thus boosting its colonial population. By 1763 the English had established dominance

in North America, having defeated France and Spain

in the French and Indian War. However, those

regions that had been colonized by the French or

Spanish would retain national characteristics that

linger to this day.


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