European colonization of the Americas began as early as the 10th - 11th century,
when West .... Early European possessions in North America included Spanish
Florida, Spanish New Mexico, the English ...
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Once Europe finally realized Columbus had tripped upon a 'New World,' or as the
Europeans soon came to call it, the Mundus Novus, the desire for spices was ...
Spanish: Columbus's first settlement in the New World, 1493 (PDF). -, English: ...
How did the European nations differ in their vision of a successful settlement?
The first Europeans to arrive in North America -- at least the first for whom there ...
However, Coronado's party did leave the peoples of the region a remarkable, ...
he did not see where a sailor could find any space away from the ... much fun as
Ben first thought. The Europeans. Come to North. America. 4. 52 People and ...
Geographically, what areas of the New World were western Europeans
interested in settling? ... How did these European powers differ in their
colonization plans? .... stay to mend her, till Captaine Newport my father came to
conduct us away.
European Immigration to America in the 1600's, 1700's, 1800's and 1900's.
Statistics ... Why did the Europeans want to leave their homes and undertake the
... were poor and it is estimated that 80% of immigrants came as Indentured
Europeans first came to North America around the year 1000. ... Columbus knew
that Earth was round, as did most educated people of the time, and believed ...
Answers 1. As economic migrants. 2. To flee religious persecution (or
discrimination). 3. As political refugees.