Answers 1. As economic migrants.
2. To flee religious persecution (or discrimination).
3. As political refugees.
4. Some people who had disgraced themselves in Europe went to the New World to make a fresh start.
5. Until about 1820 many European countries were reluctant to meet the cost of keeping people in jail, so sometimes people were given the option of going to the New World instead of going to prison.
6. Some sources also mention avoiding conscription. (After 1815 some European countries had compulsory military service in peace-time).
Of course, various combinations of these reasons were possible.
Note. Early Spanish settlement was mainly a matter of empire building.
The Europeans wanted to find a new route to Asia to get spices and silks but they gt lost and ended up in America then the civil war started but america won and now we have our own freedom.
Europeans wanted to search lands unknown to them.
The Europeans explored the New World with ships.
Europeans began arriving to the new world in the 10th century. However, mass settling began in the 15th century with the Spanish explorer Christopher Columbus.
Contact with the Europeans changed life in the new world by...?
Which voyages gave Europeans new knowledge of the world?
What did Europeans hope to gain from exploring the New World
how did the europeans complete to claim lands in the new world
They had been living there for thousands of years before any Europeans arrived.
the changes that resulted from Europeans settling in the new world
The encroachment of Europeans had a huge impact on the New World. For example, the Europeans brought with them disease and pathogens with them, for which the indigenous population had no immunity to.
It is generally assumed that chicken pox was unknown in the new world until the Europeans arrived there. American Indians at least had not developed any resistence to it.
so they can the land
For the search of new land.
I sure hope they don't offer Europeans. New York banned slavery in 1799. Leave the poor Europeans alone.
The New World
Europeans, although diseases did exist in the new world before the Europeans arrived. They just brought more.
The Europeans wanted gold from the new world. Other desired resources were silver, copper and food.
Because other Africans sold them to the Europeans as slaves and the new world colonies needed workers.
Two significant positive contributions Europeans brought to the New World were the wheel and horses. Europeans also brought diseases that the Natives in the New World have never been exposed to. The results were the deaths of many Native Americans
The Europeans had three main motives for colonizing the New World. These motives were resources, money, and escape from religious persecution.
Europeans came to the Caribbean in search of ways to travel around North America. They also came to find treasure, such as gold, and to gain more land in the New World.
It was the other way around. The Europeans got foods/plants from the New World. Potatoes, chocolate, tomatoes, corn are some of the new foods.