HIS 314 Early British Empire - HIS 314 January 17th 2013 The differing introductions-Levine internal approach-a focus Protestantism Anglicanism-viewed

HIS 314 Early British Empire - HIS 314 January 17th 2013...

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HIS 314January 17th 2013The differing introductions-Levine- internal approach-a focus Protestantism/ Anglicanism-viewed the empire as a strategic approach-Ferguson- external approach-viewed the empire as accidental-focused on the financial finds/tradeWhat do you gather about Empire from the differing views? 1.Important Terms 2.Privateers 3.Sir Francis Drake (1543-1596) 4.Massachusetts Bay Company 5.Virginia Bay Company 6.East India Company 7.Mercantilism 8.A Discovery of True Causes why Ireland was never entirely subdued, John Davies 9.Plantations 10.A View of the Present State of Ireland, Edmund Spenser Notes: -At the start of their expansion, English basically preyed off the ships of others, mainly Catholic Spain -Spanish ships were rich and full of gold -Therefore the English would steal all the silver and gold off the boat -Privateers were employees of the English government in order to steal for this

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