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An account of the Spanish settlements in America.

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Published by printed by A. Donaldson and J. Reid in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • America -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish.,
  • Latin America -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIn four parts ... To which is annexed, a succinct account of the climate, produce, trade, manufactures, &c. of old Spain. Illustrated with a map of America.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE143 .A17
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 512 p. :
    Number of Pages512
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23421627M
    LC Control Number01021493
    OCLC/WorldCa7955910

    The Spanish colonization of the Americas began with the arrival in America of Christopher Columbus (Cristóbal Colón) in This was the first part of the European colonization of the Americas.. The Spanish expanded their territories in America over the years until they included Central America, most of South America, Mexico, the South of what today is Southern United . Throughout the colonial times, there were a number of white settlements of Spanish populations in the present-day United States of America with governments answerable to Madrid. The first settlement was at St. Augustine, Florida, in , followed by others in New Mexico, California, Arizona, Texas, and , San Juan de los Caballeros was established, near .

    Spanish settlements had their towns which were called "Pueblo". They had their forts to protect and keep watch which were called "Presidios". As with every civilization the religion is an important part of any new settlement, same was the case with Spanish and their religious centers were called "Missions". English colonies were a bit different, most people might try and say they were nicer than the Spanish (quick extraction of resources, enslavement etc.) but what it mostly comes down to is the fact there wasn't actually much in the way of resources in North America.

    Printable Version. Spanish Colonization. Digital History ID Spain grew rich from the gold and silver it found after conquering native civilizations in Mexico and South America. However, conflict with Indians and the failure to find major silver or gold deposits made it difficult to persuade settlers to colonize there. Spanish settlement. An Account of the European Settlements in America. London: R. and J. Dodsley, Two volumes. Octavo, contemporary full speckled calf rebacked, raised bands, red morocco spine labels, renewed endpapers. First edition of the “best contemporary account” of the European colonization of the New World, with two engraved folding maps.


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ACCOUNT OF THE SPANISH SETTLEMENTS IN AMERICA. Item # [CAMPBELL, JOHN.] AN ACCOUNT OF THE SPANISH SETTLEMENTS IN AMERICA.

Edinburgh: Printed by A. Donaldson and J. Reid for the Author, and A. Donaldson, First edition. Small 4to., xvi + pp. with folding frontispiece engraving, A New General Map of America. An account of the discovery of America; with a description of the Spanish insulan colonies in the West Indiespt.

The Spanish settlements in Peru, Chili, Paraguay, and Rio-de-la-Platapt. The Spanish settlements in Terra Firma. An Account of the European Settlements in America.

in Six Parts. A Short History of the Discovery of That Part of the World. The Manners and Customs of the Original Inhabitants. III. of the Spanish Settlements. of the Portuguese. of the French, Dutch, and published:   An account of the discovery of America; with a description of the Spanish insulan colonies in the West The Spanish settlements on the continent of North The Spanish settlements in Peru, Chili, Paraguay, and The Spanish settlements in Terra : Add tags for "An account of the Spanish settlements in America: in four parts To which is annexed, a succinct account of the climate, produce, trade, manufactures, &c.

of old Spain.". To which is annexed, a succinct account of the climate, produce, trade, manufactures, &c. of old Spain.". 43 rows  An account of the European settlements in America: in six parts: I. A short history of. An account of the European settlements in America: in six parts by Burke, Edmund, ; Burke, William, Pages: The Spanish claim to territories that are today the United States rested upon the 16th century exploits of Ponce de Leon, Hernando De Soto, and Francisco V zquez de Coronado.

Augustine in Florida was established as a Spanish fort inthe first permanent settlement in what would become the United States. The two most eminent countries that colonized area of America were Spain and Great Britain. Britain began to establish colonies in the northeast; in the area they called New England.

The Spanish interest lied in the southwest. Living in two unassociated areas caused the Spanish settlements and the New England colonies to be quite unlike each other.

An Account of the European Settlements in America: Containing an Accurate Description of Their Extent, Climate, Productions, Trade, Genius, and Dispositions of Their Inhabitants, the Interests of the Several Powers of Europe with Respect to Those Settlements; and Their Political and Commercial Views with Regard to Each Other, Volume 1.

An account of the European settlements in America. In six parts. A short history of the discovery of that part of the world. The manners and customs of the original inhabitants. III. Of the Spanish settlements. Of the Portuguese. Of the Fren [Burke, Edmund, Burke, William, ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Burke, Edmund,Burke, William.

Page 90 - Floridians haue a kinde of herbe dried, who with a cane and an earthen cup in the end, with fire, and the dried herbs put together, doe sucke thorow the cane the smoke thereof, which smoke satisfieth their hunger and this all the Frenchmen vsed for this purpose: yet do they holde opinion withall, that it causeth water and fleame to void from their stomacks.

The overseas expansion under the Crown of Castile was initiated under the royal authority and first accomplished by the Spanish Americas were invaded and incorporated into the Spanish Empire, with the exception of Brazil, Canada, the north-eastern United States and several other small countries in South America and The Caribbean.

The crown created. A comparative look at Spanish and British colonization in the New World puts both in perspective. Written by the most famous historian of Spain, this book combines excellent knowledge of both England and Spain with a comparison of the different goals and methods of the two largest colonial powers.

A book that details the impact of Spanish settlement on Central and South America constitutes a form of _____ history. colonial Differences between Mexican Americans and Cuban Americans are influenced by their _____ histories.

Spanish explorer Tristán de Luna founded a short-lived settlement in Port of Spain: Port of Spain: Trinidad And Tobago: A Spanish garrison was posted near the foot of the Laventille Hills, which today form the city's eastern boundary.

Cartago: Cartago: Costa Rica: Oldest continuously-inhabited European-established settlement in. At the start of the seventeenth century, the English had not established a permanent settlement in the Americas. Over the next century, however, they outpaced their rivals.

The English encouraged emigration far more than the Spanish, French, or Dutch. They. In correspondence between officials in Spain and Spanish America, the fate of these settlements was debated.

In the end, the colonies were not abandoned. [Selections from the correspondence of the Council of the Indies, the Governor of Florida, the Viceroy of Mexico, and others to King Philip III of Spain and other officials, ]. When we talk about the European settling of North America, the word "first" creeps into the discussion very soon—the first ever, the first "permanent," the first "permanent" that still exists today, the first with women and children, the first Spanish/French/English, etc.

While the discussion may force us to define our terms, a valuable. Christopher Columbus founded this settlement during his second voyage to America inafter having secured the permission of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabela.

Gold was the motivation of the Spanish colonization, but the settlement proved to be a disaster. -In Spanish and Portuguese colonies, indigenous military allies and laborers proved crucial to the development of European settlements.-Africans and their descendants were living throughout Spanish and Portuguese America, introducing elements of their agricultural practices, music, religious beliefs, cuisine, and social customs to colonial.Books shelved as early-settlers: The Red Garden by Alice Hoffman, Le Point de Non Retour by Sharon Desruisseaux, One Thousand White Women: The Journals o.

Bartoleme de Las Casas – A Brief Account of the Devastation of the Indies () The Indies were discovered in the year one thousand four hundred and ninety-two. In the following year a great many Spaniards went there with the intention of settling the land.