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As the English colonists moved deeper into the Ohio Valley, they A.found open fields and rich soils of farming. B.had to deal with several strange animals that caused problems with their fields. C.encoached on the lands where the French were involved in fur trading. D.encountered fierce opposition from native tribes there. E.infuriated the British government, which had ordered them to remain closer to the coast.
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User: As the English colonists moved deeper into the Ohio Valley, they A.found open fields and rich soils of farming. B.had to deal with several strange animals that caused problems with their fields. C.encoached on the lands where the French were involved in fur trading. D.encountered fierce opposition from native tribes there. E.infuriated the British government, which had ordered them to remain closer to the coast.

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User: . America's first college was A.Harvard B.Brown. C.Princeton. D.Dartmouth. E.Rutgers.

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