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Colonization/Missions
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Why post up on Florida permanently? Strategic/Imperial rivalries Spanish there to colonize, not plunder, not  farm Religion
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Strategy
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Spaniards resolve to build forts to protect  treasure fleet traffic  Originally supposes to by Santa Elena, but  turns out to be St. Augustine Florida peninsula critical region to treasure  fleet Gulfstream routes boats up east coast Becomes haven for pirates
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First Florida Forts for religion French again threatening (Charlesfort) Menendez contracted to build strings of forts Tampa Bay (Tocobaga); Charlotte Harbor  (Calusa) On East Coast, 5 strong forts from Miami to  Santa Elena These don’t fare so well (Tocobaga and  Tequesta rebel almost immediately)
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Juan Pardo: Lands in Santa Elena— Present day Parris Island 1566-1567 125-150 men, move inland into Georgia,  SC, NC, and TN Build Fort San Juan Earliest settlement in American eastern  interior (20 years before lost colony of  Roanoke) Establishes 6 Forts in all, all burned and  Breadth of Spanish Colonization Attempt
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Juan Pardo expedition
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Sir Francis Drake, 1586 --English privateer --Wants to upset  treasure fleet routes --Sieges the town --Burns wooden fort --Sacks town --All Spaniards flee  into woods
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Religion and culture
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Southeastern Missions Asunción de Puerto (Chatot) Santa Ana de Potano San Antón de Carlos (Calusa) San Antonio de Anacape (Agua  Dulce/Utina) San Antonio de Bacuqua San Augustín de Ahoica San Augustín de Urihica San Blás de Avino San Buenavertura de Guadalquini San Buenaventura de Potano San Carlos de los Chacatos San Carlos de Yatcatani Santa Catalina de Afuerica
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course HIST AMH 2097 taught by Professor Kevin during the Fall '10 term at FSU.

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