2 edition of Early European History found in the catalog.
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In 1614, they established a trading post called Fort Orange near Iroquois territory, on the current site of the city of Albany.
At the same time settlements moved beyond the traditional boundaries of the to new frontiers in Europe, beyond the river, tripling the size of Germany in the process. They are the ones that rein in the Iroquois on all the hunting expeditions they must make away from their homes in order to survive. Encyclopedia of European Social History 6 vol 20003000 pp; overview vol 1 pp 165-77, plus hundreds of articles• 597: Beginning of Roman Catholic missions and churches had been in existence well before this date, but their contacts with Rome had been loose or nonexistent• There Early European History an urgent need for new economic directions.
It would appear they had been decimated by a long war with the Five Nations the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca — who occupied the land between the Hudson River and the Genesee River in what is now New York State — and perhaps by epidemics of European origin.
The United States launched the from 1948 to 1951 and from 1949, and rebuilt industrial economies that all were thriving by the 1950s.
The French did not recover the territory until 1670, and they established a new post in Abenaki territory at the mouth of the Penobscot River now Castine, Maine.
Library and Archives Canada C-113193 After this catastrophic campaign, the French realized how dependent they were on their Aboriginal allies to wage war in North America.