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SPANISH, FRENCH, DUTCH COLONIZATION OF AMERICA.

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Transcript of SPANISH, FRENCH, DUTCH COLONIZATION OF AMERICA.

Spanish French and Dutch colonization.
SPANISH, FRENCH, DUTCH COLONIZATION OF AMERICA.
The Spanish, Dutch, French basically wanted to gain control of America. But differences created a problem that affected the New World`s Fate. when France and Spain went to America they were governed and servants of the crown. The English colonies, however, were free and able to govern themselves as long as they followed the law, kind of like we are governed today.
Spanish
Jan.1, 1689- Spanish set up a Colony.
Jan.1, 1690- First mission to Texas.
May 1, 1718- Alama Established.
Sept.16, 1810- Cry of Dolores.
Aug.24, 1821- Mexico becomes independent from Spain.
Dutch
May 1, 1609- Henry Hudson Explores the Coast for Holland.
May 20, 1621- Dutch West India Formed.
May 20, 1626 - Peter Minuit Purchases Manhattan and Establishes New Amsterdam
Jan. 1, 1645- Dutch West India Company Appoints Peter Stuyvesant as Director General of New Netherland.
Sept.9, 1664 -Peter Stuyvesant surrenders New Netherland to English.
Colonial Timelines.
French
Jan.1, 1608- Quebec, New France, Fur Trading Colony.
Jan.1, 1664- French Guiana
Jan.1, 1664- French East India Company
Jan.1, 1966- Expansion into Louisiana
Dutch
Settlements-
most colonies found by royal character.
Government-
Distance from England allowed colonists to set up representative assemblies to tax themselves, as long as they did not take up arms against the crown.
Religion-
Non Catholics, mostly Puritans.
Economy-
trading exports such as tobacco, rice, timber, and fish.
Indians-
Originally

friendly; relied on Native Americans for trade and for survival tips.
French
Settlement-

First colonies were trade posts in Newfoundland. Settlements included Quebec and Montreal. Louisiana settled in the late 1600s.
Government-

Colonies were fully subject to the French king. There were no political rights to representative government.
Religion-

Protestants played a part in the finding of New France. Colonial life was largely controlled by the French Catholic Clergy.
Economy-
The fur trade proved to be more profitable.
Indians-

French respect for the Native Americans allowed many to forge alliances, especially in their wars against the British.
Spanish
Settlement-

Most of the Southern and Southwestern regions claimed. settlement include St. Augustine, Florida; Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Government-

Colonies had to obey the king`s law and could make none of their own.
Religion-

Settlers were restricted to Catholics, Protestants were persecuted and driven out.
Economy-

A large trading economy.
Indians-

Spanish saw Native Americans as heathens to be converted to Christianity.
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