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.... The Spaniards were committed, by Royal decree, to convert their New World ...
Though the Spanish did not force the...
In 1542, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo led an expedition to explore the western coast
of ... As Spain's control of the New World spread across the land, so did the ...
Jan 23, 2013 ... Best Answer: The simple answer is what every country wanted back then; more
land and more gold. Rome could conquer around itself. France ...
Spain was the leading European power in the early imperial rivalry for ... Except
in California, Spain happened to colonize less fruitful regions than did England
and ... After coming to the New World with Columbus in 1493, he had led the ...
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Spain, France, and England were transformed from small territories into .... in
1585, he sponsored a second voyage, this time to explore the Chesapeake Bay
Many people did not believe Columbus's plan was a good idea. he had to ... They
set out on long voyages across the ocean to explore the land Cortes made
famous. ... of 500 Spanish explorers sailed in five ships from Spain to the New
England did not miss the entire European rediscovery of the Western ... While
England slept, Spain became dominant in the New World and on the high seas.
... In the early 1500s, Spain made a few attempts to explore Florida and the Gulf ...
The four voyages of Columbus (between 1492 and 1504) served to open the
door to European exploration, colonization and exploitation of the New World, ...
This lesson will explore the motivations, foundations, and growth of the
Portuguese and Spanish ... Portuguese and Spanish Empires: Growth in the New
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Spanish exploration of the New World was led by Christopher Columbus and
Juan Ponce ... apart from Spain began to explore and establish settlements in the
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