How did the location of New Spain affect the way the Spanish settled on the land?
The location of New Spain was in an area where there were a lot of Native Americans so they took a number of them as slaves or forced labor.
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People settle in New lands to simply get away from old lands that the do not like there are many reasons people settle in New lands it could be something that's going on in their old land that's making them annoyed so they move to a new land.
In December 1642, Dutch explorer Abel Tasman discovered New Zealand. The islands remained largely unknown until Captain James Cook sailed past in 1769 and explored the island, charting the coastline extensively. Following Cook's detailed report, the usual run of Whalers, missionaries, and traders fo…llowed. In 1840, Britain formally annexed the islands, and New Zealand's first permanent European settlement was established on 22 January 1840. New Zealand was initially part of the Australian colony of New South Wales. It became a separate colony in 1841 and became self-governing in 1852. (MORE)
The Spanish settled in many areas of the New World. They settled inCentral, South, and North America. In North America, they settledeverywhere from California to across the Mississippi River andFlorida.
The Spanish translation for the phrase "Good luck with your new life in Spain" is "Buena suerte con tu nueva vida en EspaÃ±a".
The majority of New France colonists settled along the St. Lawrence River. The reason they came to settle in New Spain is because there was not a lot of room left in New France and because since there was not a lot of room they came over to New Spain.
The first wave of Spanish contact with the New World was through the first explorations. Settlements were established mostly for economic reasons. 1) for trade with what were falsely believed to the peripheral subjects of the Great Khanate but actually turned out to be small island tribal nations; 2…) for natural resources, which included lumber, precious metals, fishing, skins, and slaves, 3) plantations, using indigenous, and later African slave labour, to grow sugar, fruit, tobacco, and cotton and 4) christian missions to convert the indigenous peoples to Christianity. Of ten these last three would combine at different points depending on political geography and the particular period of settlement. Apart from the Christian missions and some early voyages, most of the conquistadors were self-financed by American gold and silver or at least temporarily expropriated royal resources for the purposes of conquest, like Cortes in Mexico. (MORE)
Coronado made the first exploration but Juan de Onate created the first settlement in 1598.
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Vegetation and land cover can affect climate. How? When the temperatures of the land increase, changing the climate.
The native Americans were forced to work on mission farms andranches. When the Spanish arrived in the New World, they broughtwith them a set of customs and traditions from their old Spain. Oneof the systems that were commonly practiced in Western Europe wasforced labour. [ In Spain, this was known a…s the Encomienda system.An encomienda was a means of providing a Spaniard a portion of landand restricted property rights over a certain number of Indians.The Encomienda system quickly became entrenched in South andCentral America. Although it was implemented with the intention tocare for and provide for the Native Americans, it became the mostabusive and destructive system in colonial New Spain. The Need toIndoctrinate and Instruct Natives in the Catholic Faith The Spanishused religion to justify their domination over the NativeAmericans. The conquistadors maintained it was God's will that theyindoctrinate the Native Americans in the Catholic faith. Under thelaw of Burgos, any encomendero with more than fifty Natives had toeducate one boy in writing and religious doctrine so that he couldin turn, teach his people these things. "Some of the Nativecommunities were even divided into territorial doctrinas orparishes with its own priest and church building where Indianswould be instructed about the Christian faith," says MichaelBusbin. However, this method "quickly became an opportunity for theencomenderos to exploit and utilize the Indians for their ownends," says Meredith Scott. The Belief the Native Americans WereIncompetent The need to Christianize the Natives was not the onlyreason for the Spanish to establish the encomienda system. Thecommon belief that the Native Americans were savage and incompetentpeople unable to live a Christian life and conduct money and trade,fueled the Spaniards' desire to establish the encomienda system.Consequently, the Spaniards believed the Natives needed to beclothed, educated and taught about God. ] (MORE)
The discovery of the New World greatly impacted Europe, and Spain in particular. The New World, which consisted of North and South America had effects in Spanish government, economy, and society. It necessitated Spain's governmental adaptation in order to govern such a vast area. Spain set up vic…eroyalties, which were territories under the rule of a viceroyal, who governed under the direction of the Spanish Crown. The New World also brought great wealth to Spain, through slaves, which they both sold and used as labor, agriculture, which flourished in S. America's climate, and mining, which was the main industry. It also helped promote Spanish capitalism by funding the actions of newly-rich entrepeneurs. Finally, the cruel treatment of the natives led to social divisions in Spain. (MORE)
since it is so far and has very little water to ship goods to them not many countries can help them.
The Viceroyalty of New Spain was made up of Mexico, Central America, the American southwest, Louisiana, Florida, the East Indies, and the West Indies.
The Native Americans got a disease from the missionaries and they all got sick and died! The end!
Where they had access to water. Since the Pueblo Indians had seen that need long before the arrival of the Spaniards, most of the chosen sites were already occupied, but that also made it handy for the priests to locate their new Christian converts.
The Spanish settled in the U.S. Southwest, Florida, Mexico, most of Central America, part of the Greater Antilles, and the western half of South America.
New Spain, formally called the Viceroyalty of New Spain (Spanish: Virreinato de Nueva EspaÃ±a), was a viceroyalty of the Spanish colonial empire New Spain. Its capital was Mexico City, formerly Tenochtitlan, capital of the Aztec Empire. At its greatest extent included much of North America sout…h of Canada: all of present-day Mexico and Central America (except Panama), most of the United States west of the Mississippi River and the Floridas. It also included the Spanish East Indies (Philippine Islands, Guam, the Caroline Islands, Taiwan, Sabah, and parts of the Moluccas) and the Spanish West Indies (Cuba, Hispaniola with Haiti and the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Trinidad, and the Bay Islands). (MORE)
They began moving to the Frontier and when that area started becoming to populated for a frontiersman's liking he would move farther west to the new frontier.
Infrastructure affects land use because they often take upa whole lot of our land especially roads and airports.
the answer is dont do it cause it is just the waste of time the time you really need to be on top is when you r taking that test or whatever.
Spain was interested in claiming land in the New Wolrd because the New World had many tresures, lots of land, and mostly gold
The Viceroyalty of New Spain ( Spanish : Virreinato de Nueva EspaÃ±a) was the first of four viceroyalties created to govern Spain's territories in North and Central America. It was ruled by a viceroy from Mexico City who governed many territories on behalf of the King of Spain . The… Viceroyalty of New Spain lasted from 1535 to 1821, and was one of two early viceroyalties established in the 16th century, the other being the Viceroyalty of Peru . In the 18th century the Viceroyalty of Nueva Granada , and the Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata were also created. The territories that the Viceroyalty of New Spain ruled included present-day California ( Las Californias ), Nueva Extremadura (present day Coahuila and Texas ), Southwestern United States ( Santa Fe de Nuevo MÃ©xico ), Mexico , Central America (except Panama ), Florida ( La Florida ) and the Caribbean . Jurisdiction also extended to the Spanish East Indies . The Spanish brought their religion, written language, books, music and art, food and customs to the new world. They also brought technology and an awareness of the rest of the world. On the other hand they also brought slavery, disease and domination. (MORE)
Spain settled the New World in order to gain riches, fame through discoveries, and spread their religious beliefs.
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I guess if your count the island of Hispanola that Columbus landed on as the first it would be that, but on the mainland of North America it would be De Soto.
the desert has no water so if you go and live there you will die
The Pope split the Land of the New World between Spain and Portugal they called this split the line of Demarcation which was eventually moved again through the Treaty of Tordesillas
Current evidence suggests that the Americas were first settled by Asians crossing over the ice bridge that connected northeastern Asia and northwestern North America. This probably happened very roughly 60,000 years ago.
It was not in medieval spain, and the spanish inquisition did not effect the economy directly. What caused the decreased the economy at that time was due to other factors.
To increase its territorial gains in the Americas. Remember that once the New World and its riches were discovered, several countries in Europe raced to settle it and exploit its vast natural resources. Some other countries following the same path included the Netherlands, England, France and Portug…al. (MORE)
They asked the pope(Alexander VI) and he decided that the world( the know world at the time) was to be split by an imaginary line. This line was a little bit west from the eastern tip of Brazil. Portugal got the eastern half of this line and Spain the western half.
No i am a social studies teacher and remember that Magellan went arund the world >>For a social studies teacher, your answer is gramatically, syntaxically, and informationally rather lacking. Magellan did end up claiming quite a few areas for Spain on his voyages, such as the "Spice Islands". How…ever, he is remembered for sailing around the world (although he himself didn't quite make it all the way--he was killed halfway). (MORE)
Spain explored Texas, sent Missionaries to convert the natives, and made Grants to reward their more deserving subjects so that they would develop the colony.
At one time or another, Spain controlled and settled all the land in North America from southern Mexico north to northern California and all of what is now the southern US from California to Florida.
The purpose of the Spanish missions in New Spain was to make the Native Americans into Christians.
The Spanish stole their gold, destroyed their leaders, and made the people slaves in an effort to mine more gold or silver for that matter. Spain's economy was destroyed and through taking these artifacts and raw materials they were able to save it.
To answer this question.. we only need to use common sense: Since even today people move to new cities, states , and even new houses for the vary same reasons our forefathers moved to new lands. 1. A start of a new life. 2. Better Opportunities for work or wealth 3. To run from war or famine One… funny story would be the fact that in England many people were told that in the New World -- gold and rubies were laying on the beaches and that all you had to do was get off the ship and bend over and pick them up... this was one way England got people to go... (MORE)
The Spanish established 3 kinds of settlements in New Spain. Pueblos served as trading posts and sometimes as centers ofgovernment. Priests started missions to convert local American Indians toCatholicism. The Spanish also built presidios, or military bases, to protecttowns and missions
Spain settled mostly in South America. The conquistadors sent by Monarchy of Spain took down the Incan Empire throughout the Peru region. In North America, Spain settled in Mexico, the Caribbean, and Florida.
New Spain refers to Spain's colonies and settlements in America. Mostly they had claims in southern North America, Central America, and in South America itself. They even breached into parts of modern day Texas. They also depended heavily on their claims to Barbados and other W. Indies Islands.
The Pope brought them together and wrote the Treaty of Tordesillas which demarcated the border between what the Portuguese could colonize and what the Spanish could colonize.
There are many Spanish language newspapers that provide local and national news to the Spanish population. Additionally, Spanish nationals can find information on current events online or on television news programs.
It was part of the race among European countries to grab as much territory as possible during the Age of Exploration (1453-1778). During this period of time, several naval powers explored the world for natural resources and alternate trade routes between Europe and Eastern Asia, finding instead the …Americas. After the Americas were found to be another continent and not part of "The Indies" as initially thought, most of these Empires -- Portugal, Spain, France initially; several decades later, England and the Netherlands also -- sent expeditions and began to settle the New World for its riches, to increase their respective coffers by the means of trade such as the Netherlands, or outright exploitation of natural resources, such as Spain. Spain and Portugal did most of the exploration, eventually settling these lands. Spanish territories in the Americas included most of present-day South America, Central America, the Caribbean, Mexico and today's US south and southwest, including California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Florida and Texas, as well as parts of Wyoming, Colorado, Oklahoma and Kansas. (MORE)
Mainly land, money, wealth and they told them that were doing aduty for their country. This realtes to the United States of'Murica's way of pursuading troops to go to war by serving thiercountry.
The primary goals of Spain upon its entry into the New World were to explore as much of the New World as possible and claim these lands for Spain. As the Spanish settled into North and South America, they sought to reduce the Native American Tribes and civilizations they encountered. They also set t…he goal of stealing the gold of these civilizations and also began to mine for new precious metal areas for silver & other precious metals. The additional goal was to use its new territories as a base to prevent France and Great Britain from gaining more territory. Also, the Spanish sought to convert the Native Americans to Catholicism. (MORE)
The Nationalists benefited from the new dictatorship, because Franco led the Nationalists in the Civil War against the Republicans.
Overseas north -septentrion- territory of Crown of Castile (NewSpain and Spanish possession and rule of its remaining colonies inthe Americas.
The causes were that they kept on stealing from the Europeans then the Europeans wanted war so their was the civil war beginning.
To get rich with gold and silver and also to start large farms or plantations.