While the United States emerged largely from the English colonial empire, the Spanish, French, and Dutch also had empires in the New World. The Spanish were the first Europeans to colonize the Americas. Discuss the evolution and development of their empire in North America from the time of Christopher Columbus forward to the 1520s. What was the Columbian Exchange? In your analysis, to what degree are historians correct in contending that the Spanish were motivated by three factors: gold, glory, and God? Then trace the development of the French and Dutch empires. To what degree were they successful? How were their empires different from that of the Spanish?

| May 21, 2014

While the United States emerged largely from the English colonial empire, the Spanish, French, and Dutch also had empires in the New World. The Spanish were the first Europeans to colonize the Americas. Discuss the evolution and development of their empire in North America from the time of Christopher Columbus forward to the 1520s. What was the Columbian Exchange? In your analysis, to what degree are historians correct in contending that the Spanish were motivated by three factors: gold, glory, and God? Then trace the development of the French and Dutch empires. To what degree were they successful? How were their empires different from that of the Spanish?

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John Winthrop, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, called for the creation of a “city on a hill”; an idea that some historians say permeates all of American thinking from his day to ours. Discuss the colonization of Massachusetts and other English settlements in New England during the 1600s. In your discussion, analyze the degree to which the Puritans were successful in creating a new utopia. To what degree do you think that Winthrop's views permeate American thinking?
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