Name: Amy J MayberryCollege ID #: 0543361Telephone: 989-330-8603E-mail:[email protected]College and semester: TESC, October 2015Course code: HIS-113-GSCourse name: American History IAssignment 1: Discuss the European motives for expansion and colonization in the New World. Then describe the different colonial transplantations that occurred in Virginia, Maryland, and Massachusetts Bay. What were the major sources of friction between the Indians and the English in Virginia and Massachusetts?
need for more land increased the land value in Europe and had people looking elsewhere for markets, trade opportunities, and land. Just like when someone gets married and has children, they then need a bigger house and more supplies. “Paralleling the rise of commerce in Europe, and in part responsible for it, was the rise ofnew governments that were more united and powerful than the feeble political entities of the feudal past.”[ CITATION Ala12 \l 1033 ] With the distant pope and emperor’s authority being viewed as weak by the Europeans, strong new monarchs were created. As a result centralized nation-states, national courts, national armies, and national tax systems all emerged. With the new kings and queens combining, the commercial growth of the European nation was enhanced significantly. “Exploration of the New World was the product of European empires expanding in an attempt to secure new trade routes, to find new sources of goods, and to spread the dominant religions of the respective empires.” [ CITATION Exp15 \l 1033 ]In the fourteenth century, Marco Polo and others returned from Asia with exotic goods and tales, this increased the Europeans dreams of trading with the East.