Final_exam_review - EVERYTHING FROM OCT 2 TO DEC 4 Oct 2 Buccaneers English\/French\/Dutch sea raiders in the Spanish main during the 1600\u2019s(Not spanish

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EVERYTHING FROM OCT. 2 TO DEC. 4 Oct. 2 Buccaneers: English/French/Dutch sea raiders in the Spanish main during the 1600’s. (Not spanish and in some cases dutch. Western European) Flibustiers: French term for buccaneers Locations: Tortuga (french) and Jamaica (british) - Filibusters (French Buccaneers): preyed on spanish during 17th century - Port Royal (significance): one of the most wicked cities in the 1600’s, ended up being one of the richest cities in the americas, of port royal, Jamaica was destroyed by an earthquake in 1692 - Western Design: A plan declared by Oliver Cromwell for the British to use on the Spanish to get the advantage in trade by securing a base in the caribbean - South Sea Men: in 1680, a group of Buccaneers left Jamaica for Porto Bello Raid. 1680-1686 pacific raids - Concluding Slide: Bucanner roots… Spanish settlers, the uniqueness was that they were a political/social organization, impacted the caribbean by undermining spanish monopoly and assisted French and British colonization - Exquemelin:

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