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          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.a.1:
            Students will map the voyages of Verrazano, Hudson, and Champlain and will determine which Native American peoples encountered these explorers.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.a.2:
            Students will investigate the interactions and relationships between Native American groups, Dutch and French fur traders, French missionaries, and early settlers, noting the different perspectives toward land ownership and use of resources.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.b.1:
            Students will trace colonial history from the Dutch colony of New Netherland to the English colony of New York, making note of lasting Dutch contributions.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.b.2:
            Student will investigate colonial life under the Dutch and the English, examining the diverse origins of the people living in the colony.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.b.3:
            Students will examine the colonial experience of African Americans, comparing and contrasting life under the Dutch and under the British.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.c.1:
            Students will locate some of the major battles fought in New York State during the French and Indian War, noting why they were important.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.c.2:
            Students will examine the alliances between Native Americans and the English and between Native Americans and the French.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.d.1:
            Students will examine issues of political and economic rights that led to the American Revolution.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.d.2:
            Students will examine New York’s geographic location relative to the other colonies, locate centers of Loyalist support, and examine the extent of the British occupation.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.d.3:
            Students will explore why African Americans volunteered to fight with the British during the war.
          • Content Specification - SS.4.3.d.4:
            Students will investigate the strategically important battles of Long Island and Saratoga and why the Battle of Saratoga is considered by many to be a turning point. A turning point can be an event in history that brought about significant change.
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