English and Spanish Motivations for Colonization
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September 22, 2014
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John Smith was one of the few military leaders that took on the conquest and he went because of the simplest of reasons, he was an adventurous man looking for something of this sort that would give him individual glory, and in addition he was paid to go. Tobacco was another motivation.
At the time, the Spanish were glorious in many discoveries and they developed to a large and impressively successful empire however the English were also closing in and on their heels...
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Tobacco was another motivation.
At the time, the Spanish were glorious in many discoveries and they developed to a large and impressively successful empire however the English were also closing in and on their heels. Gold and silver were the chief concerns of the Spanish. They had heard stories of the Aztecs and Incas with cities of gold...
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