What land from Latin America did the French take?
Haiti, the French Guyana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint BarthÃ©lemy, St. Martin and Saint-Pierre et Miquelon.
Most people migrate from latin America to the U.S to take care of their needs for their family.
At the time, Americans were British! They were British colonists! Of course they were allies! The British colonists in America wanted French land and Great Britain wanted to take over the fur trade in North America.
because i think there was gold there
you have to be full of sh*t
the french wanted land from the Indians. but the Indians felt that the french had no right to take their land. so they started the war.
South, Center America and Mexico
cuz louissiana was like the bigggest land in the north America during the revouloution so they wanted that land. Interesting answer but I was thinking that it might be because the founding king of France was named Louis
it can save the land from other that always take of the land
Well it was America. Because the French and Spain teamed up with the America because britan has the strongest army and they both knew that we could defetat them. So they teamed up. If Britan lost the war they would loose land to, the french and spain knew that so the helped so they could get the old land the britan lost. There you go take note of this. This will help you lateer on… Read More
I would say french and Spanish. There are a lot of French only speakers in my school.
latin, french, spanish, Italian
the french wanted the land
One of the main reasons for revolution in Latin America would be an increase in nationalism among the people. With Neocolonialism, larger countries outside of Latin America came in and exported resources from these countries to benefit their own. Nationalism created a revolutionist tendency to take back resources and control to the native residents. Not only that, but also a social unrest caused by the widening gap that could be seen between the lower class… Read More
they liked the french and not the British because the French respected their land and their ways while the British tried to take their land over the French also traded furs with them and things that they could not find in the Americas
To take are land .To find some tie ,brb explore r land for something .... but they didnt take CRAP
it took french immigrants forty (40) days to get to America by boat.
Great Britain held a territory of British Guiana in South America, but did not take over the continent. In fact, British Guiana was the second smallest territory in South America, after French Guiana. British Guiana was under British control from 1814-1966. The British took possession for reasons similar to any territory: resources, money, land, power, etc.
not sure but y don't we Americans try and take over their land? XD
The Indians did not take any route to come to America. The Indians were on the land before it became the United States of America.
If you bought all the acres of land in America meaning forest and farmland do you essentially own the country?
First, millions of acres of undeveloped land in America are protected from being purchased because they are owned by local, state and federal governments, and nonprofit conservation groups. Second, millions of acres of developed and undeveloped land in America are privately owned. Cities take up millions of acres. You could not buy up all the land in America. Even if you could buy up all the land possible, you would not "own" America. You would… Read More
Existence comes from late Middle English: from Old French, or from late Latin existentia, from Latin exsistere 'come into being,' from ex- 'out' + sistere 'take a stand.'
17.5 m acres.
He was a mesenger to the royal governor, Lord Dinwiddie. He was to take word to the French in the Ohio River Valley that they were trespassing on land claimed by the English. The French told Washington that they would hold the land at all costs.
The lowest class of Latin American society were the slaves. These people were not free to own land, own homes, or even to work to take care of their families.
military take overs were common in both Africa and in South America. Both continents have undergone military dictatorships.
Take a look at a map, concentrate on the little strip of land that connects North and South America.. That's it.
The causes of the Latin America fight for freedom after 1790 was due to the liberal constitution that Fernando VII of Spain signed halfheartedly. Latin Americans wanted an excuse to take power and evict their colonizers.
What is the latin phrase for the governments power to take land for the greater good like for roads?
Dominium eminens, or in English, eminent domain.
It depends on the career you want/have. If you want to have a career in the science area, studying Latin would help with sceitnfic terms and names and writings. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages.
First off, people in Latin America did not believe in God and Jesus. They beleived that God was on earth and he was their king. Their religion was similar to Egypt and Pharaohs. When people from Europe came to take over Latin America, they tried to become friends with the Natives first. They started to teach them about their God, and read them the bible, but that made the natives mad. They did not believe… Read More
If u look at a map the very tip of the whole Latin America is Cape Horn...but i may be wrong so take a look at a map if you are doubting me. The tip of the Patagonia region, betweem Chile and Argentina, is called Estrecho de Magallanes.
The Australians were to land on the beach, take command of the cliffs, and give cover for the twenty-ninth British Division and French Division that was to land further south at Cape Helles and Kum Kale The Australians were to land on the beach, take command of the cliffs, and give cover for the twenty-ninth British Division and French Division that was to land further south at Cape Helles and Kum Kale
Political unrest, poverty for most, and military dictatorships wanting to take over
the French hope to gain more because they want more land ,so the others won't take control.
The English wanted to colonize America because they wanted to take over the resources. By claiming this land they could have the rights to the resources.
Should we have stopped other European countries from trying to take land in North America South America or the Caribbeans?
This question is impossible to answer as you have not defined who the "we" you are talking about are or when they lived.
The U.S. feared communism was spreading to Latin America. good luck with study island. :)
What policy arose out of changes in Latin America that told countries to stay colonizing the America's?
Wow this is from the take home test and good neighbor
Because the British wanted more land and they had their right because the French called war!
Why did most Indian people fight with the French against Britain and its American colonists in the French and Indian War?
The French had a stronger relationship with the Indians. The French sought to hunt and live peacefully with the Indians, whereas the British wanted to take land away from the Indians because the British thought they were not utilizing the land and they were just letting it go to waste.
It is important for Latin America to diversify its economy because for one thing, L.A. (Latin America) wouldn't have to take the risks of a failed business by relying on one crop or resource. Another reason is that more diversed crops or resources brings in a steady amount of money with varied products, and L.A. would be taking their chances by just relying on one crop/resource. I hope I've been helpful! ^_^
It said that other Europeans cant come to America and take land. It was issued because of the European countries coming in and taking American land.
People believed that the land in North America was MEANT to be theirs, and that they have a right to be able to take it from whoever is occupying the land. =3
Guam, the Philippines and Puerto Rico.
Capable probably stems from the Latin word 'Capax' having such meaning as to take, grasp, lay hold, catch, undertake and comprehend. A Late Latin word deveopled as 'capabilis' which translates as being able to take in. This word passed into old French and eventually into English
The Indians thought the British would take over their land.
First attested 1584, "medical prescription," from Middle French récipé, from Latin recipe "take!," imperative of recipere "to take" in which the medical sense remains in the symbol for prescription; Rx.