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why do you think much of the land settled between 1700 and 1760 was farther inland rather than on the coast

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    As a poem states, these people wanted "Elbow Room."

    Settlers on the frontier could get free farmland that wasn't available on the coast.

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    Who is Mr. Bombardier?
    and what things are linked with his name?

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