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In the 1600's, tobacco was grown in the southern colonies. The main colony that grew tobacco was the Virginia colony.
Who was authorized by Queen Elizabeth I to promote three trips in 1576 to 1578 in search of the northwest passage to Asia?
Sir Martin Frobisher (c.1535-94) was licensed by Queen Elizabeth I to search for a northwest passage to Asia between 1576 and 1578. Notable as an early English pirate or sea …trader in west Africa and the eastern Mediterranean in the 1550s, and later associated with sir francis drake" class='external' title="http://www.answers.com/topic/sir francis drake in the West Indies expedition of 1585-6 and the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, Frobisher is best remembered as an explorer who made three attempts in the period 1576-8 to find the North-West Passage. After more encounters with the Spanish in the 1590s, Frobisher was killed at Brest. Backed by a group of merchant adventurers, and licensed by Queen Elizabeth I, Frobisher made three voyages (1576, 1577, and 1578) to the arctic 1" class='external' title="http://www.answers.com/topic/arctic 1 in search of the passage.
The conference was a meeting between King James 1 of England and the English Puritans. For more information go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampton_Court_Confere…nce#The_aftermath
what wasn't the religion in 1604?
I think it was Henry IV im not to positive though but im pretty sure.
In 1604, the year following James' accession to the English throne, the Elizabethan act was broadened to bring the penalty of death without benefit of clergy to any one who in…voked evil spirits or communed with familiars (spirits/pets/demons). The new act's full title was An Act against Conjuration, Witchcraft and dealing with evil and wicked spirits. It was this statute that was enforced by Matthew Hopkins, the self-styled Witch-Finder General. The acts of Elizabeth and James changed the law of witchcraft in two major respects. First, by making witchcraft a felony, they removed the accused witches from the jurisdiction of the ecclesiastical courts to the courts of common law. This provided, at least, that the accused witches theoretically enjoyed the benefits of ordinary criminal procedure. Burning at the stake was eliminated, except in cases of witchcraft that were also petty treason; most convicted instead were hanged. However, by making witchcraft an ordinary crime, they invoked all the penalties of felonies against the convicted witch. This gave local officials a financial stake in finding witches to convict, and led to the most pervasive witch hunts in English history.
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IDK ok technology is a hard thing to say so don't ask anyone because no one is going to answer this question only teacher or scientist could OK :)
1604-1588 = 16
1% of any number is just (0.01) * (that number). You just move the decimal point two places to the left. So 1% of 1,604 = 16.04.
The star of Bethlehem appeared at the time of the birth of Jesus Christ., and it was a very special star indeed. and the star which was so special is not going to appear now a…nd again.
Otherwise you would not be able to distinguish it from 164.
Swords, bows and arrows, crossbows, matchlock pistols and muskets (and yes, there was gunpowder back then). 1604 came shortly before the first flintlock weapons were developed… (in 1810), so it was getting to the end of the era where firearms were merely used to augment weapons such as crossbows and longbows.
Yes! Samuel de Champlain and other Frenchmen settled in Nova Scotia, being the first successful French settlement in North America. They also settled in areas like Quebec, Ill…inois, and Louisiana.
Yes. If nobody survived, then we wouldn't be around today to talk about it. There wasn't much of anything to survive anyway. As seen from Earth, the 1604 supernova appeare…d about as bright as some of the planets in our solar system; definitely bright enough to be seen, but too far away to pose any sort of threat to us.