• Position Paper
    Spanish settlements in the southwest and the English settlements in the 17th century were settled by people with completely different goals and motivations. The Spanish monarchy sent conquistadors and explorers for the sole sake of expanding their influence and empire in their new world. At first...
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  • Spanish Colonies in New World
    rulers dictated all the policies of its New World territories. The Spanish settlements in the American Southwest and the English colonies in New England of the seventeenth century can be contrasted in primarily two ways. First, their politics were based on entirely different ruling classes and systems...
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  • Analyze the Differences Between the Spanish Settlements in the Southwest and the French Settlements in New France
    • Religion • Economic development! • Native American relations In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, both Spain and France had developed settlements of their own in the New World. The settlements in the Southwest developed by the Spanish were very different from the settlements developed...
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  • History a People and a Nation
    looked overseas for riches and hoped to spread the influence of the Catholic Church to new potential dominions. III. Spanish Settlement of the New World: --What is currently known as Spain had been occupied and dominated by Muslim invaders for hundreds of years prior to the Columbus expedition...
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  • Sahithi Visvanathan
    English and Spanish had developed huge settlements and bases in the New World. Settlers crossed the Atlantic for different reasons, and their governments took different approaches to their colonizing efforts. However the English and Spanish shared some similarities too in their conquest and...
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  • Apush Essay
    Julie Doan Taylor 4˚   In the seventeenth century, along with many other countries, both the English and Spanish colonies had developed settlements of their own in the New World. The English settlements in New England were considered quite disparate compared to the Spanish settlements in the...
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  • Ap History Essay Economic Development and Religion
    Although many people think of the seventeenth century as having no variation from place to place, this is not true. Many settlements during this time were different in several ways, such as the English colonies in New England and the Spanish settlements in the southwest. Economic development and...
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  • Ap Us 2006 Essay
    P(2006) Analyze the differences between the Spanish settlements in the Southwest and the English colonies in New England in the seventeenth century in terms of TWO of the following: Religion & Economic Development New World colonies located on the American Continent varied in their economic...
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    1. Analyze the differences between the Spanish settlements in the Southwest and the English colonies in New England in the seventeenth century in terms of TWO of the following. During the seventeenth century, there were many differences between the Spanish settlements in the Southwest and the...
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  • War, What Is It Good for?
    I. INTRODUCTION: Early Spanish and British Settlements in the New World * Thesis: Though there were some similarities between the early settlements of the Spanish and English colonists, there were many differences, too. II. BODY PARAGRAPH 1: Characteristics of the Spanish and English...
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  • Us History
    The Invasion and Settlement of North America (1550-1700) “Spanish and English experiences in the New World” As thousands of English and Spanish adventures and crossed the Atlantic to explore the new world they faced several challenges and set backs during the establishment of new settlements...
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  • New World Settlement
    The New World was discovered by Spain’s Christopher Columbus in 1492. Many believed that the settlement of the Spanish in the New World was the original settlement. For many years before the arrival of the Europeans, various tribes were scattered all throughout the Americas. There was an estimated...
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  • Columbian Exchange
    . Explorers from Spain were the first to arrive in the New World. The Spanish had conquered and settled in South America, the Caribbean, and the American Southwest. The Spanish new world was run by the conquistadors, who were there to make the land into a military settlement. Jesuits, were missionaries who...
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  • Colonization in America
    be confronting as a result of their settlement are all interesting aspects that play vital roles in why each colonial society differed from one another in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Spanish in the New World landed their ships and set up Catholic monasteries in Florida as well as the area...
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  • Paper Shizz
    Reducciones in Spanish; also Congregaciones) were settlements founded by the Spanish colonizers of the New World with the purpose of assimilating indigenous populations into European culture and religion en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reducción reducción,  -an Indian community set up under ecclesiastical or...
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  • English Colonization in the New World
    system in which the government's jurisdiction became extended down to the local communities of the new settlements. Unlike the Spanish, the English were able to develop their on political systems in the New World. This resulted from the very loose grip that the motherland had on its colonies. Within...
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  • Ap Notes
    system in which the government's jurisdiction became extended down to the local communities of the new settlements. Unlike the Spanish, the English were able to develop their on political systems in the New World. This resulted from the very loose grip that the motherland had on its colonies. Within...
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  • hist0ry
    20150016 The colonies of the new world were very different from each other from region to region, with revamping of colonies and economic opportunities. Began with Roanoke that turned out to be a colony that failed to be a colony and it did not prosper. In Virginia, the colonial system...
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  • Colonization in Early America
    people lives in order to have colonies in the New World and the process of English colonization was affected by many things much as chaos over religious reformation in England, foreign countries such as the Spanish, and many other events that took place around the world in the sixteenth century...
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  • Spanish Settlements and New England Colonies - 17th Century
    undoubtedly the prevailing country. The two countries also contrasted politically. The political system in the Spanish settlements was exclusively aristocratic. Spanish rulers controlled what went on in the New World and the settlements had little self-government. The people actually living in the...
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