Explain The Motives Of Spanish Colonization

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The exploration and colonization of the Spanish were gold, Glory and God. Their empire was a tight-knit, closely supervised, source of wealth. Soldiers, merchants, and padres were main colonists. Natives were subjects of sovereign-- thus fusion of cultures. The French Entered race late, 1608. Their motives were Profit, national glory, spreading faith, Northwest passage to the Orient, Piracy of Spanish treasure ships. The settlements were fishermen, fur traders, trappers, did business with natives and intermarried. The colonists were primarily soldiers, traders, trappers, and priests. The motives of Exploration were English Interest for profit, national glory, spreading Protestant faith, Northwest passage, piracy, religious sanctuary. The exploration and colonization of the French were they entered race late, 1608. Their motives were profit, national glory, spreading faith, Northwest passage to the Orient, Piracy of Spanish treasure ships. Their settlements were fishermen, fur traders, trappers, did business with natives and intermarried. …show more content…

The exploration and colonization of the English Interest were profit, national glory, spreading Protestant faith, Northwest passage, piracy, religious sanctuary. Their settlements were women and children as well as men, based on farming and trading, expansive, not always good relations with Natives. The differences Between English and others Gov contributed much to colonies. Most colonies were single males, not families. Colonies founded for financial reasons and national glory, not for the interest of the colonists. Gov were centralized, with little popular support. Their similarities were All of the colonies had conflicts with

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