Geographically the French claimed and settled?
the Missippie Valley and Canada.
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Spain explored and settled areas from the Ameican West to the tip of South America except Brazil.
The French settled in North America just like Great Britain because they wanted more land and power.
There is no set limit on how long to settle a claim. There are time limits regarding your insurer responding to your claims. You can bring legal action against your company wi…thin 2 years (in most states) if you are not happy with the claim processing services of your company.
You can settle without a lawyer but it is always best to have some legal advice. There are laws that you might not be aware of and also a lawyer knows what claims are legal an…d how to go about the process.
The United States were settled basically from east to west. Horace Greely encouraged the Western expansion.
That means that it has been paid.
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The French began settling the Gulf of Mexico coast in 1699.
Territory was split
In 1604 the first group of French settlers in Acadia settled on an island located on what is now the international border between New Brunswick and Maine at the mouth of the S…aint Croix River.
New France included both QuÃ©bec and Acadia.
The translation in French for "settle on" is "dÃ©cider de" or "fixer" (for e.g. a date) or "prendre une dÃ©cision". "we haven't settled on a date yet" = "nous n'avons pas… encore fixÃ© une date" "we've already settled on that issue" = "nous avons dÃ©jÃ pris une dÃ©cision dans cette affaire" "have you settled on a name for the company yet?" = "avez-vous dÃ©cidÃ© d'un nom pour la sociÃ©tÃ© ?"
The river Nile
The Mediterranean and Black Sea littorals.