Which European countries during this period sent explorers north America east coast name three of these explorers?
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North and South America were both split amongst European countries during the First Age of Imperialism. During the Second Age of Imperialism, Africa and most of Asia were split amongst European countries. Australia was fully a British territory. Antarctica is currently partially claimed by 7 countries (3 of which are European), but in the future, a fourth (Russia) may claim land as well.
One problem the Native Americans faced (in North America) was that they were getting kicked out of their homeland by the European Explorers. One problem the Native Americans faced (in South America) was that the Spanish explorers took over many of their temples and settlements. Hope this helps, CincinnatiOhio
The original non-native Americans were IMMIGRANTS. Many of the people living in America during the American Revolution were immigrants. The British Colony of America was often used by Britain (and other European Countries followed the same practice) of unloading their criminals, by banishing them to the "Americas." Like Australia, America was loosely used by European Nations as a "Penal Colony."
Why do people with African ancestry make up the majority of central America and the caribbeans population?
What three European countries competed for land in North America during the time Jamestown was founded?
Not all of the countries in South America speak Spanish. This is due to the fact that during the time of conquest, many different countries tried to influence their way in South America. This includes such European countries as Spain, Portugal, France, and England. The countries or territories in South America that have official or majority languages other than Spanish: Brazil (Portuguese) Suriname (Dutch) French Guiana (French) Guyana (English) Falkland Islands (English)
When the Spanish explorers arrived in North America during the the early 1500s what did they first encounter?
What was most responsible for the decrease in the Native American Indian population in the settled areas of North America during the Colonial period?
What was the main trade item of the French and the Dutch during the European exploration of the North and South America?
Europe is a continent that consists of several countries, just like Asia or Africa. Each country has it's own unique culture, and a part of that is their language. The reason continents like North-America or South America speak the same language is because European countries like England and Portugal colonized these continents during the 19th century. The original population, like the indians, had tribes that controlled geographical areas with unique culture and language, much like…