The New World
[NOTE:  Some of this information is outdated, but it is nonetheless useful to see how the information was presented 40 years ago.]  Europeans begin to travel to North America, "The New World," to claim its vast riches and establish colonies. Over time, Great Britain's influence on the eastern side of the continent grows to 13 colonies which would become the United States. Video production is old but information is good. Run time 29:00.
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