In what ways did the Spanish French and English strategies for colonization differ in the New World?
France and Spain, for instance, were governed by autocratic sovereigns whose rule was absolute; their colonists went to America as servants of the Crown. The English colonists, on the other hand, enjoyed far more freedom and were able to govern themselves as long as they followed English law and were loyal to the king.
Which of the following was the major similarity between the Spanish and French colonization in the Americas?
The major similarity between French and Spanish colonies in the Americas is that both were what one textbook I teach from calls “frontiers of inclusion.” In both of these countries’ colonies, Native Americans were made an integral part of society. In both countries’ colonies, then, Native Americans were very important.
How was colonization similar for the French and Spanish?
How was colonization similar for the French and Spanish? The French and Spanish aimed to Christianize the native peoples. All treated the Native Americans brutally.
What was the reason for Spanish colonization?
Motivations for colonization: Spain’s colonization goals were to extract gold and silver from the Americas, to stimulate the Spanish economy and make Spain a more powerful country. Spain also aimed to convert Native Americans to Christianity.
Why did France colonize?
Motivations for colonization: The French colonized North America to create trading posts for the fur trade. Some French missionaries eventually made their way to North America in order to convert Native Americans to Catholicism. The French in particular created alliances with the Hurons and Algonquians.
What if Spain never colonized the Philippines?
If Philippines was not colonized by Spain the country would have been part of either China, Indonesia or Brunei or even the Kingdom of Sulu. The people of Indonesia, Brunei, China and sultanate were in the Philippines long before the Spanish invaded the country.
What was the significant differences between English and Spanish colonies?
Spanish developed extractive industries in precious metals, whereas English were more likely to establish economies based on trade. More royal control over Spanish colonies than English because English were settled to escape political and religious persecution.
What did the English and French colonies have in common?
Spanish and French colonist were olny going to the americas for fur trads,gold and silver. England went there to get religious freedom and land. List three of the six reasons that English colonists came to America. List three hazards faced by the early colonists.