The old world claims the new

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    1. 1. The Old World Claims the New
    2. 2. Spanish Conquistadors
    3. 3. 1. Juan Ponce de Leon• Was looking for the Fountain of Youth• Explored Florida• First European to see the United States• 1532 Ponce de Leon
    4. 4. 2. Hernando de Soto• Discovered the Mississippi• 1539• His crew founded St. Augustine, Florida• St Augustine is the oldest permanent city settled by Europeans De Soto
    5. 5. Francisco de Coronado• Was searching for golden cities• Discovered the Grand Canyon
    6. 6. The effects the Spanish had on Indians
    7. 7. English Explorers
    8. 8. Sir Frances Drake• Second person to sail around the globe• 1577• Called the “Master Thief” and “the dragon” by the Spanish• Queen Elizabeth’s favorite
    9. 9. What is a “sea dog”• English sea captains that raided coastal towns and seized Spanish ships full of treasure and took the wealth back to England
    10. 10. Queen Elizabeth I
    11. 11. Why did Spain and England not get along?1. The “sea dogs” raided their ships2. England was Protestant and Spain wasRoman Catholic
    12. 12. French Explorers
    13. 13. Jacques Cartier• Discovered the St. Lawrence River• 1534
    14. 14. Robert de La Salle• Claimed the Mississippi River for France
    15. 15. Samuel de Champlain• Called the Father of New France• Explored St. Lawrence River and Great Lakes region

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