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European Explorers

European Explorers

European Explorers. Columbus was not the first to discover the new world Explorer = a person who travels to unfamiliar places Conquistadors = explorers who take land by force. A TIME OF EXPLORATION. Spain – Spainish Portugal – Portuguses France – French England –English Dutch .

By meryl
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Europeans Settle the Americas Chapter 5

Europeans Settle the Americas Chapter 5

Europeans Settle the Americas Chapter 5. 20 Questions!. Why did the Spanish government create Spanish borderlands north of New Spain?. to protect its mines. Why did the Spanish build presidios? . to protect settlers. What is the oldest European settlement in the U.S.? . St. Augustine.

By raanan
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The Growth of New France

The Growth of New France

The Growth of New France. Pgs. 201-205 Multiple Choice Quiz. France in America. In New Spain the Spanish grew wealthy from gold and silver . In New France the French grew wealthy from the fur trade . Unlike the Spanish, most French people were not interested in settling in North America.

By oona
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Spain and France in the New World

Spain and France in the New World

Spain and France in the New World. The Pueblo Revolt 1680-92. Why did it fail? dependency. I. The Spanish Empire. A. Reconquista. Holy War - Ferdinand & Isabella 1451-1504 Columbus - millennialism “Shock and Awe” . B. Age of the Conquistadores 1518 - 1540.

By cassius
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Francisco Coronado

Francisco Coronado

Francisco Coronado. By G & S. Agenda. Basic Facts Portrait Exploration for Gold What Coronado is best known for What he used Interesting Facts . Basic Facts. Full name: Francisco Vázquez de Coronado Born to a noble family on 1510 in Salamanca, Spain

By abba
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The Aztec Empire

The Aztec Empire

The Aztec Empire. Great Empires. The Valley of Mexico. a mountain basin 7,000 feet above sea level several large, shallow lakes at its center, accessible resources, and fertile soil supported a population between 5 and 15 million people. Aztecs Build an Empire. arrived 1200 A.D.

By louis
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Francisco Vasquez de Coronado

Francisco Vasquez de Coronado

Francisco Vasquez de Coronado. By Lucas Oldman. Francisco Vasquez de Coronado. Born:1510 Died:1554. Who He Was.

By Jims
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Hernando Cortes Pd 2

Hernando Cortes Pd 2

Hernando Cortes Pd 2. By: Gavi Krohner and Maura Howard. Works Cited. www.bbc.co.uk/historic_figures/cortes_hernan.shtml Library.thinkquest.org/4034/cortes.html. Who is Hernando Cortes?. Cortes was a Spanish conquistador, who conquered the Aztec Empire.

By anneliese
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Chapter One The Peopling and Unpeopling of America

Chapter One The Peopling and Unpeopling of America

Chapter One The Peopling and Unpeopling of America. America and Its Peoples: A Mosaic In The Making , 5 th ed. Martin, Roberts, Mintz, McMurry, and Jones.

By kevyn
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5.4 Consequences of Spanish Exploration

5.4 Consequences of Spanish Exploration

5.4 Consequences of Spanish Exploration. Onate Founds New Mexico. Between 1550 and 1590, settlement of New Spain had slowly spreaded northward King Phillip II gave Juan de Onate permission to settle and govern New Mexico Life was hard in the colony and there was no gold.

By erelah
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Introducing Human Geography

Introducing Human Geography

Introducing Human Geography. Starting Points. Science, Social Science, Geography. What do we mean when we say something is a science ? What do we mean when we say something is a social science ? Just what is Geography ?. Science.

By drake
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The Founding of America

The Founding of America

The Founding of America. 700-1690. Europe Encounters America. I. Vikings Arrive in America 1. Vikings originate from Scandinavia 2. 1000 AD Leif Erikson Arrives to America. Spain Sends Columbus West. A New Geography for the 1400s 1. Explorers knew the world was round

By junior
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European Exploration

European Exploration

European Exploration. Part 2. Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. The Slave Trade. Existed in Africa before the coming of the Europeans. Portuguese replaced European slaves with Africans. Sugar cane & sugar plantations. First boatload of African slaves brought by the Spanish in 1518.

By jewel
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Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo

Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo

Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo. A PowerPoint Presentation by Cameron and Baley . Cabrillo led the first European expedidition. . Cabrillo was born 1499. Cabrillo served in the Cortez army as captain of the crossbow men. With Alvarado he sailed through New Spain.

By hoang
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Meeting of Cultures

Meeting of Cultures

Meeting of Cultures. A01 7.6.30. Mr. Long Anderson High School Cincinnati, Ohio. Indian settlement of America. Locations of Major Indian Groups and Culture Areas in the 1600s. Columbus’ “New World” . Columbus’s first voyage, 1492. The Invasion of America.

By bernie
(135 views)

Sir Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake

Sir Francis Drake. Life as a privateer.

By malaya
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Spain and England in the New World

Spain and England in the New World

Spain and England in the New World. Cortés’ Conquest. Ruthless conquistador toppled the Aztecs Disease wiped out millions Was able to conquer the Aztecs with just 600 men, 17 horses, dogs, and 10 cannons Doña Marina aka Malinche served as translator. Tenochtitlán. New Spain.

By amos
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Mission Santa Barbara

Mission Santa Barbara

Mission Santa Barbara. Haylee Lewis. Mission System. Mission Life.

By tyrell
(136 views)

Bellringer

Bellringer

Bellringer. Turn in your advertisement to the Homework Bin and pick up your bin of supplies and books for your group from the bookshelf. Fill out the small half-sheet of paper—that’s your warm-up! Try to do it using your brain only, then look at your notes if necessary.

By aleta
(101 views)

Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer. Explain what the Line of Demarcation is. This Day in History September 3, 1777- The American flag is flown for the first time in battle. September 3, 1783- The Treaty of Paris is signed. September 3, 1939- Great Britain and France declare war on Germany.

By chiko
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