2nd Week_Europe-AmericaColonization--Blackboard Edition

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Europe and America Let the colonization begin HST 109 Week 2
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The Invasion of America Different motivations and tactics for colonization among Europeans 1. Spaniards 2. French 3. English 4. Russians
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1. Spaniards 1. little interest in permanent settlement 2. Interest in “------------------------” and Indian  slaves The Cruelties Used by the Spaniards (1699)
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New Spain Explorers 1519 Hernan Cortes 1539 Hernan de Soto 1539 Francisco  Vasquez de Coronado   Indian slavery:  encomienda    repartimiento
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Four Women s Lives and the Convergence of Three Continents Isabella of Castile born in 1451 married Ferdinand of  Aragon in 1469  religious zeal that Isabella  and Ferdinand experienced  led them to sponsor the  four voyages of  Christopher Columbus voyages were meant to  extend Spanish power 
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Tecuichpotzin (Little Royal Maiden), born in 1509 first-born child of Aztec ruler  Moctezuma II and Teoltlalco marries her father’s brother became Cortes’ mistress she is considered in a way to  be one of the pioneers of a  mixing of the races  she played a significant part  in the creation of a new  society in Mexico  
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Elizabeth I, Queen of England born in 1533 she assumed the throne in  1553 she inspired Protestant  England to challenge  Catholic Spain and France she became a key figure in  encouraging English  expansion overseas by her death in 1603, she  had played a considerable  role in planting English 
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Queen Njinga born in 1595 on the west coast of Africa  she led resistance to the Portuguese slave trade  and the Portuguese attempts to control Angola she assumed the throne of Ndongo in 1624
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Group Question How do the lives of these four women help us better understand this era of history?
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2. French French Explorers Giovanni da Verrazano (1524):  mapped the North American coast Jacques Cartier (1534, 1535, 1541) Commerce (not conquest): fur trade Consequences for Indians:  1. “---------------------” 2. “---------------------” Jacques  Cartier
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3. English English Expedition 1497 King Henry VII sent John  Cabot (Labrador) 1578 Humphrey Gilbert (New  Foundland) 1585 Walter Raleigh (Virginia  and the Carolinas): Roanoke Goals “------” Raleigh's Expedition at Roanoke
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4. Russian
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