Why did Spain build Presidios across the borderlands?
The Presidios was able to protect Spanish settlers from any attackers and it provided as a shelter for the Spanish settlers. ...
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Did Georgia served as a military buffer to protect England's colonies from Spain to France?
Yes, Georgia did serve as a military buffer to protect England's colonies from Spain to France. It was close to Florida, a Spanish colony, and Louisiana, a French colony. ...
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Where did the Spanish colonies develop in the US?
The Spanish settled in the west indies, also known as the carabean. The current state of Florida was spanish territory during the colonial era. St. Augustine was the first Spanish settlement in colonial America and the colony of Georgia was founeded in part to protect the remainder of the colonies from spanish encroachment from Florida. Both Roanoke and Jamestown Settlers were instructed to form defensive settlements to protect the coast of the current US from Spanish pirates and raiders. ...
Why did the Spanish colonizers in the Philippines build forts?
The Spanish colonizers built forts to protect themselves from periodic assaults coming from defiant natives and Muslim raiders. ...
What colony was established as a buffer to Spanish controlled colonies in the south?
Georgia, founded by James Oglethorpe, was created a human buffer to protect the other colonies (mainly the Carolinas) from the Spanish. The King of England sent debtors to Georgia to keep them out of England. ...
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What was the importance of the location of the Georgia colony?
because of its location, Georgia helped protect the other English colonies from possible spanish attacks. ...
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What was the nature of the spanish system of government in the American colonies?
There were no Spanish system of government in the colonies. Jamestown did have a Spanish spy. ...