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French influence was gradually reduced and excluded by British conquest. In 1776, colonists rebelled against British rule, launching a war of independence which ended with the creation of a republican United States of America. Canada remained under British rule. Modern North America was gradually taking shape. A T L A N T I C PE THE AMERICAS LUBA 1760 -R The plantations of the New World grew valuable crops such as cotton and sugar. VICE-ROYALTY OF RIO DE LA PLATA 1776 Delagoa Bay CAPE 1652 FALKLAND IS 1770 Peter the Great (1672–1725) oversaw the consolidation of the Russian Empire, and sought to emulate the prestige, learning, and sophistication of the western European monarchies.
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A Lexicon of Atsugewi (Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, 5) by David Lockwood Olmsted