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The Colonial Settlement in Virginia Long ago in the beggining People came to North America via a land bridge alled the Bering Strait The people who ventured over became accustomed to the enviroment and began to spread throughout the entire North American contient They had many decades to grow prosper and to establish themselves permanently As they continued to evolve the inhabitants of the Eurpoean contienent also evolved Soon curiosity set in and the more advanced culture of the European contient began to explore and search for other new unknown things that they could possibly benefit from The British would set out to travel and explore new areas and when they would find a new area they would make a settlement The Virginia settlement was based on the rumors of treasure and jewls to be discoverd and profited from Hearing this men would travel to search for the lustrious wonders all the while more and more people began to come to the North American contient While more and more people began to crowd the coast lines using up every available piece of land They couldnt help but spread inwards toward the interior of the contienent While they spread inwards they couldnt help but interact with the Native American inhabitants While most contact with one another was docile and friendly others were not Some fights and battles would occur over land that was prime for settlement Also some battles and arguements would occur over who owned what land Soon land became scarce enough that the English settlers began to settle in French territory depite the fact that it was highly dangerous Some settlers came to the Shenandoah Valley to live because of its resources and prime location Others were
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