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The official country would be France, which exercised control over the rivers flowing into the Mississippi. But, in a sense, the land immediately west of the colonies were still controlled by the Indian (or "first nations") people and this was enforced by the British. It was the British way of countering the French, to keep certain tribes as their allies. The British ruled against colonists moving west of the Appalachians, and this in turn became one of the grievances leading up the Revolution.

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France Mexico and the native Americans obviously.

after the rev. war America owned up to the Mississippi then won some land from France

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England.

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