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  1. 1. The Planting of English America<br />
  2. 2. I. Start<br />A. # major outposts formed1. Spain= Santa Fe2.England=Jamestown3.France= Quebec<br />B. European crops and livestocks are changing America<br />C. Many natives killed off by illness, violence <br />D. African slaves on Caribiean plantations<br />E. In 1600, most of North America still owned be Spain<br />
  3. 3. II. England Imperial Stirrings<br />A. King Henrey the 7th broke with the Cathlic church in 1530s to protestant<br />1. 1558-prostants become dominant<br />a. religous tension building<br />(1) Ireland seeks help from spain to keep England Cathlic. Spain does not help much. Many Irish killed<br />(a) English soldiers devolp contempt for &quot;savage nations&quot;<br />(b) Still religous issues in Ireland today<br />B. Little colonization in the 1500s<br />
  4. 4. III. England on the Eve of Empire<br />A. American population balloning- 3 millon in 1550 to 4 millon in 1600<br />B. England losing land for poor farmers, so sheep can graze<br />1. Become unemplolyed beggars<br />a. Unemployment, want for adventue, and povery orivude the push. Ivestors provide money.<br />C. Only eldest sons may inherent land<br />1. Second sons find money elsewhere<br />2. investors pool capital<br />
  5. 5. IV. Elizebeth energizes England<br />A. English start raiding Spainish ships<br />1. Francis Drake plunders his way around the planetand is knighted<br />B. British comolonization attempted in Newfoundland by Sir Humphrey Gilbert who died in 1583<br />1. Gilberts brother Rayleigh tries again in 1585 in Roanoke<br />a. Roanoke fails<br />C. Wealthy Spanish king Phillip builds strong Spanish armadara<br />1. !30 ships attack England, Englands faster more maneuverable ships win.<br />a. Begining of the end for Spain<br />(1) England starts to control the world seas<br />(a) nationalism<br />i) Golden Age in literature, including William Shaksphere<br />ii) People become eager to colonize new work<br />(b) less religious strife<br />b. &quot;Protesant storm&quot;<br />
  6. 6. Spain overreached itself<br />

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