2 what vision did queen elizabeth have for the

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2. What vision did Queen Elizabeth have for the English navy? 3. Who were the “sea dogs”? Who was Sir Francis Drake? 4. What is the nature of the conflict between Spain and England at this time? 5. What happened to the mighty Spanish “armada”? Why is the defeat of the Spanish armada considered a “turning point” in world history? Gilbert, Raleigh, and Hakluyt 6. What were Sir Humphrey Gilbert’s goals for the New World? How successful was Gilbert? Explain. 7. What role did Richard Hakluyt play in English exploration? 8. What are some of the reasons why the textbook feels Sir Walter Raleigh was Queen Elizabeth’s “favorite”? 9. Briefly explain the founding of the Roanoke colony. 10. What is a “joint stock” company? What advantages does it provide? 11. What happened to the Roanoke colony? Section 3: The Planting of Virginia Introduction Reasons for Colonies 1. What colonies did England establish in the New World between 1606 and 1637? 2. What are three major reasons why England wanted to establish colonies in the New World? 3. Why did the English feel that the New World would benefit their economy? How would the New World help alleviate the rising problem of unemployment in England? The Unknown Land 4. What role did “false advertising” play in luring settlers to the English colonies? What “marketing strategies” did people use to make the New World attractive to English settlers? 5. What was the reality of life in America compared to the “marketing strategies” stated in the question above? Queen Elizabeth I Sir Walter Raleigh
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Settling Jamestown 6. What was the first successful English colony in the Americas, and what group founded it?
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