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Reading Guide 1 Colonial Period (Pages 24-89) The Encounter (1492-1600) (Pages 24-57) 1400s: slave tradeReading Guide 1 Colonial Period (Pages 24-89) The Encounter (1492-1600) (Pages 24-57) 1400s: slave trade
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Remember- it is not just about having evidence, it is about having the best, strongest, most direct evidence to support your thesis
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