- 1 Why was Spain challenged by Protestant nations?
- 2 How did rival European nations attempt to undermine the dominance of Spain in early American settlements?
- 3 How did Portugal challenge Spanish power?
- 4 What nations challenged Spain’s dominance in the New World?
- 5 Why did Spain make it illegal for the French to trade with the Spanish in North America?
- 6 Why did the English break the Spanish monopoly?
- 7 Why was England so far behind Spain in colonizing in the Atlantic world?
- 8 What advantage did Spain have over other European powers in establishing overseas colonies?
- 9 What where the biggest problems that the first European colonists faced in America?
- 10 Did Spain take over Portugal?
- 11 Did Spain and Portugal ever go to war?
- 12 Why did Spain take over the Philippines?
- 13 Where did Spain get their gold?
- 14 What material was considered most valuable by the Spanish?
- 15 How did Spain colonize America?
Why was Spain challenged by Protestant nations?
The Protestant Challenge to Spain ● Spain struggled to hold on to some of their dominions, especially in the Eastern Caribbean which provided safe havens for pirates and privateers. King Philip II of Spain was determined to root out challenges to the Catholic Church.
How did rival European nations attempt to undermine the dominance of Spain in early American settlements?
How did rival European nations attempt to undermine the dominance of Spain in early American settlements? a. The English, Dutch, and French formed an alliance to fight Spain for its American colonies. Spain’s rivals formed alliances with the American Indians to overthrow Spanish dominance.
How did Portugal challenge Spanish power?
How did Portugal and other European nations challenge Spanish power? Portugal attacked Spain’s colonies, and other nations aided the Spanish. C. Portugal colonized Brazil, and other nations backed privateers and explorers.
What nations challenged Spain’s dominance in the New World?
While Spain plundered the New World, unrest plagued Europe. The Reformation threw England and France, the two European powers capable of contesting Spain, into turmoil. Long and expensive conflicts drained time, resources, and lives. Millions died from religious violence in France alone.
Why did Spain make it illegal for the French to trade with the Spanish in North America?
c Spain did not want the French in Texas and would not support their trade. Spain, therefore, seeks to control the monopolization of Spanish America and particularly Texas, in this case, thereby making it illegal for the French (other Europeans such as British and Dutch) to trade with the Spanish in North America.
Why did the English break the Spanish monopoly?
The settlers wanted the goods which English and French captains could supply, but the Spanish authorities would not tolerate such trade and penalties for smuggling were high. Englishmen and Frenchmen differed from Spaniards in appearance, language and often religion and so were easily caught.
Why was England so far behind Spain in colonizing in the Atlantic world?
(A) England was so far behind Spain and Portugal in colonization because England barely had interest in establishing an overseas colony since they were, moreso, focused on the New World. The break with the Roman Catholic Church also occupied England.
What advantage did Spain have over other European powers in establishing overseas colonies?
Terms in this set (20) What advantages did Spain have over other European powers in establishing overseas colonies? Its explorers had reached the Americas first. What was the reasons for conflict between Native Americans and Europeans? Europeans forced Native Americans to give up their lands.
What where the biggest problems that the first European colonists faced in America?
The biggest problems they had to face were themselves. They had to face the fear of being in a new place, the fear of failure which could result in their deaths. They faced their other characteristics as well, when they finally were able to settle and became confident they then faced their ego.
Did Spain take over Portugal?
Portugal was conquered by Spain. It happened in 1580, with the Habsburg king of Spains (yes, plural, there were several Spanish kingdoms) became king of Portugal after the previous king had beeen killed in battle in North Africa.
Did Spain and Portugal ever go to war?
War of the Spanish Succession (1701–13) Spanish – Portuguese War (1776–77), fought over the border between Spanish and Portuguese South America. War of the Oranges in 1801, when Spain and France defeated Portugal in the Iberian Peninsula, while Portugal defeated Spain in South America.
Why did Spain take over the Philippines?
Spain had three objectives in its policy toward the Philippines, its only colony in Asia: to acquire a share in the spice trade, to develop contacts with China and Japan in order to further Christian missionary efforts there, and to convert the Filipinos to Christianity.
Where did Spain get their gold?
Almost overnight, Spain became very rich taking home unprecedented quantities of gold and silver. These were stolen from the Incas and the mines that the Spanish came to control. The gold was used by the Spanish monarchy to pay off its debts and also to fund its ‘religious’ wars.
What material was considered most valuable by the Spanish?
The most valuable resources shipped from Spanish America to Spain were silver and gold. Colonists could export raw materials only to Spain and could buy only Spanish manu- factured goods. Laws forbade colonists from trading with other European nations or even with other Spanish colonies.
How did Spain colonize America?
Beginning with Columbus in 1492 and continuing for nearly 350 years, Spain conquered and settled most of South America, the Caribbean, and the American Southwest. Christopher Columbus and his crew arrived in 1492 after sailing the ocean blue in a quest to find a faster trade route to Asia.