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Topic Outline 1,2,3,4 - Ivan Ivanov Wright APUSH 4...

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Ivan Ivanov Wright APUSH 4 September 6 th , 2010 Chapters 1-4 outline 1. Discovery and the Settlement of the New World, 1492 – 1650 a. While the Spanish had been creating colonies in the New World, the British were dealing with hardships on their own motherland. b. In the 1530’s King Henry VIII broke with the Catholic Church. This increased the rivalry with Catholic Spain. The Irish were then subjugated. Then when Queen Elizabeth took the throne, she set out to harass the Spanish. In 1588, the British defeated the Spanish Armada , giving them the control of the seas. Enclosed croplands forced many small farmers to lose their jobs, and leading to a mass immigration to the New World. c. The Spanish, English and French all had explorations of their own, however the Spanish sponsored the most. The Spanish sent Christopher Columbus to find a new path to India and instead found the New World. This lead to others exploring the New World. Fransico Pizzaro destroyed the Incas in 1532. Hernán Cortez destroyed the Aztecs in 1521. The French had explorers such as Jaques Cartier , who “discovered” the St Lawrence River. English explorers were able to find different colonies such as Jamestown.
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