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Atlantic merchants used ships to trade slaves, tobacco, rum, sugar, gold, spices, fish, lumber, and manufactured goods between America, the West Indies, Europe and Africa. [18] New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Charleston were the largest cities and main ports at that time. [19] From 1754 to 1763, England and France fought a war over their land in America called the Seven Years' War or the French and Indian War, which the English won. [20] After the war, they issued the Proclamation of 1763.

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