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the Comanche where the main problem for the Spanish to colonize Texas

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The Spanish colonized Texas for a number of reasons: 1. They wanted to expand their amount of land for trading and farming. 2. They wanted to convert the culture and religion of the Native Americans living there. 3. They wanted to get the land before the French or any other opposing threats could beat them to it. (Unfortunately for them, their efforts were for nothing.)


The first major Spanish colonies were wiped out, the Apache and Comanche were very protective of their land from foreign invasions.



Spain was indifferent and unworried about Tejas until they discovered an abandonded French settlement in East Tejas and immediately place a series of missions there to reinforce their claim.


The French challenged Spanish colonization efforts in the Philippines as did many Filipinos themselves.


Vasco Nunez de Balboa was best known for being the first European explorer to cross the Isthmus of Panama. He was a conquistador and part of the Spanish efforts to colonize the New World.


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African Americans contributed as soldiers and they also joined the NAVY.


i think it means high in efforts status


The Monroe Doctrine stated that any European efforts to colonize or interfere with North or South America would be considered an aggressive act.


At least in the Louisiana Territory, the French and Spanish efforts differed. The French were trying to connect a Canadian and Northern territory to the gulf. This would provide them with supplies through the Mississippi River and Gulf of Mississippi. The Spanish however, took a more militaristic approach. The Territory for them was a defensive position. The colonization of the French did not go as well, due to oppresive slavery, bad equipment, and low immigration numbers to the Territory. The Spanish faired better due to less oppressive slavery (slaves could actually buy themselves out of slavery) and an open door immigration act. It should be noted that while this immigration act allowed the spanish to jump into the territory in huge numbers, this allowed for the seeds of its demise to be sowed as well. The Americans allowed into the territories were still identifying with the original 13 colonies, and tried to hold onto their pride and rights even in the Spanish controlled territory.


To make efforts to learn Spanish, It could be very good for you in the future.


the efforts of African Americans to win equal rights


This French diplomat caused an uproar by making efforts to recruit Americans for the war effort against Great Britain.


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The age of imperialism usually refers to Europe and its efforts to colonize in Africa , Asia and America . Except for the manifest destiny, the US has generally tried to block imperial efforts. Perhaps you mean the period surrounding the Spanish-American war , the acquisition of Hawaii, the Philippines and the Panama Canal. If so, the Presidents were William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft.


Britainâ??s plan to colonize the east caused them to invest a great deal of money on their efforts. To allow for their expansion plan they needed to raise money. This was also necessary to replace money that Britain had already spent on their war efforts.




Europe. It stated that further efforts by European countries to colonize land or interfere with states in the Americas would be viewed as acts of aggression requiring U.S. intervention.


In the post Native American era it was founded by Spanish and Mexican missionary efforts.





They did. But they did not advertise their efforts and only become Allies after the British defeat at Saratoga.



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