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HIS-314 Milestone Three: Detailed Outline Kathryn Schottl HIS-314 European Conquest of the New WorldNovember 29, 2020
Native Americans established a long-lasting reciprocal relationship with the Spanish fromHernando De Soto’s first landing in Florida to the Spanish claiming lands in the name of God and Spain that stretched from Texas to California. The Spanish wanted to plunder North Americafor its natural resources, The Spanish would force European gender roles upon native Americans,and the Spanish would spread Catholicism and build Missions and forts that Native Americans would be forced into, which would result in the expunging of the Native American culture. 1.The Spanish arrived in North America in order to gain wealth from the untapped natural resources in North America. Hernando De Soto explored the south east region of North America looking for gold, a location that was suitable for a Spanish colony and to find a route from Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean over land.1De Soto’s arrival in 1539 was the start of the Spanish exploring North America in search of riches. A. We have seen Indians in immense numbers, and all those on this coast of the Pacific contrive to make a good subsistence on various seeds, and by fishing.2

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Native Americans in the United States, Americas, Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Spanish claiming lands

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