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The chief goal of the Spanish was to extract the mineral wealth, such as gold and silver, and send it back to Europe. The natives were used in the manner of slaves to do this, and very little effort was put forth to establish positive relationships with the native people. The French, on the other hand, were interested in the trade of furs in the New World. This required the cooperation of the natives, thus efforts were put forth to establish alliances with them.

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The chief goal of the Spanish was to extract the mineral wealth, such as gold and silver, and send it back to Europe. The natives were used in the manner of slaves to do this, and very little effort was put forth to establish positive relationships with the native people. The French, on the other hand, were interested in the trade of furs in the New World. This required the cooperation of the natives, thus efforts were put forth to establish alliances with them.

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