England and Spain individually got to the New World. The path they chose to get there was very unalike, though. One concentrated on discovering treasures that would reveal wealth beyond their visions, and the other visualized of forming an everlasting, little civilization that would yield the essential supplies that had become hard to find. Within a small amount of time, Spain discovered the gold and silver it had been in search of but slightly more than that. It established in a region in which a crop growing society could not fruitfully be centered. This led to minor societies of Spanish presiding over enormous tribes of indigenous native Indians. As a long-standing plan, the societies of Spain were not even as close at hand to being as effective as the individuals of England. The English communities were able to produce an unending abode that created large quantities of food and supplies that were greatly required in England. In the long run, the English advanced much more from their settlements than that of Spain. However, the English tried to get the natives to live the way they lived and called them barbarians but did not start a war with them they only isolated themselves from the natives. The Natives in North America probably were wondering who are these strange people and where did they come from. The Spanish on the other hand captured them and made them be native slaves. The Spanish ran into a lot of trouble because of where they placed themselves on their…
Hola! The Spanish culture and customs are very unique and make them
stand out from a lot of other countries. From the way they say hello, or perceive
pain, to the different types of food and traditions they follow. We’ll start with a
Spaniards greeting. In general, physical contact is much more common in
Spanish cultures than for example in the Northern countries of Europe or in the
United States. In Latin America and Spain men and woman greet each other with…
towards England but because he would’ve had to use 500 ships it would’ve cost too much money. So he got the Spanish army in the Netherlands to invade England. The armada had 130 ships, which had 10,000 sailors and 2,500 guns. On the other side, the English had filled 80 ships with fireballs towards Spain but because they were smaller they could move quicker. They only sent the ships to make the Spanish panic.
When the armada set sail, Philip decided to sail around Ireland. Along the way Philip lost over…
6 March 2015
English literacy is the only literacy worth noting. Declaring English the official language
is essential and beneficial for the United States government and its citizens. Official English
unites Americans, who speak more than 322 languages by providing a common means of
communication; it encourages immigrants to learn English in order to use government
services and participate…
being mistreated for speaking
Spanish. Throughout the story Anzaldua reveals that Spanish is a language used to communicate with
others. She teaches us about “Chicano Spanish”, the Spanish culture and the mistreatment of her
language and how it was used to determine what people portrayed her to be.
“For a people who are neither Spanish nor live in a country in which Spanish is the first language; for
a people who live in a country in which English is the reigning tongue but who are…
more moderate in the highlands.
People and Society
The nationality of Venezuela is Venezuelans. There are seven ethnic groups in Venezuela. There are the Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Arab, German, African and the indigenous people. The religions practiced in Venezuela are Roman Catholic and protestant. The official language of Venezuela is Spanish and there are numerous indigenous dialects spoken. Venezuela has a growing population of 28,459,085 people (2013).
Venezuela has a strong folk…
population lacking gunpowder & the technology to make weapons from iron. Driven by a lust for gold & precious metals, and later on things suchg as furs, but not initially, these Europeans subjucated (raped & killed) the Natives and seized their lands. Spanish explorers landed in the Caribbean and then moved on to conquer what is now Mexico, Central America and South America.
The British first unsuccessfully attempted to colonize the region of the Carolinas, and then more successfully Virginia. Initially…
The Spanish-American War (April 25, 1898-September 12, 1898) began as a result of American efforts to intervene in Cuba’s attempt at gaining independence from Spain. It ultimately marked the rise of the United States as a global military power.
Cubans had been seeking independence from Spain for many years, but were unsuccessful while Spain increased tariffs on American products sold in Cuba. This dramatically increased Cuban cost of living and kept the Cubans suppressed. Jose Marti, leader…
by a bullet that was fired by a 'fascist sniper'. The bullet entered the neck just under the larynx, slightly at the left side of it’s vertical axis and went out at the dorsal right side of the neck’s base. It was a normal 7 mm bore, copper-plated Spanish Mauser bullet, shot from a distance of some 175 yards. At this range, it still had a velocity of some 600 feet per second and a cauterizing temperature. Under the impact, George fell on his back. The hemorrhaging was insignificant. After dressing…
similarities/differences between the initial Spanish colonization of the Caribbean and the Yucatan. In your discussion include the initial reaction of the Taino and Maya to the presence of the Spanish and the rational for the Spanish conquest.
The Spanish colonization of the Caribbean and Yucatan was the campaign of the Spanish conquistadores against Postclassical Maya stares and polities specifically on the central Yucatan Peninsula. The Spanish conquest of Caribbean and Yucatan which began…