Colonial America. Chapter 3. Early English Settlements. Chapter 3.1. The Spanish Armada Spain and England were close to war because of trading and religious rivalries Spain = Catholic (Philip II) England = Protestant (Queen Elizabeth) Sir Frances Drake (England) attacked ships
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Years after the Roanoke failure, several groups sought charters from King James I
Colonists finally found a way to make money…growing tobacco (thanks John Rolfe!). Things improved:
Unlike Jamestown settlers, many colonists came in search of religious freedom