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United States, History, 1492 - 1765, BEnjamin Franklin, George Washington, New France, New England, New Amsterdam, Religions, Awakening, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Florida, Carolina, New York
United States, History, 1492 - 1765, BEnjamin Franklin, George Washington, New France, New England, New Amsterdam, Religions, Awakening, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Florida, Carolina, New York

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Anglo
Saxon
 
Cultures
 
A
 
land
 
with
 
no
 
name:
 
European
 
colonization
 
(1492
 
 –
 
1765)
 
1.
 
1490’s
 
 
European
 
navigators
 
commenced
 
to
 
talk
 
about
 
founding
 
new
 
lands
 
on
 
the
 
western
 
hemisphere,
 
contradicting
 
Clombus
 
idea
 
of 
 
having
 
reached
 
India.
 
 
Americus
 
Vespucci
 
had
 
more
 
credibility
 
among
 
people.
 
 
Immediately
 
hundreds
 
began
 
to
 
sail
 
and
 
landed
 
primordially
 
in
 
the
 
Caribic.
 
 
Soon
 
it
 
was
 
understood
 
that
 
the
 
new
 
found
 
land
 
was
 
an
 
enormous
 
mass
 
of 
 
continental
 
land.
 
First
 
wave
 
of 
 
colonization
 
Spain
 
(New
 
Spain)
 
France
 
(New
 
France)
 
Though
 
incorrectly,
 
they
 
Holland
 
(New
 
Holland)
 
could
 
simply
 
transport
 
England
 
(New
 
England)
 
their
 
systems
 
abroad.
 
Sweden
 
(New
 
Sweden)
 
Metropolitan
 
European
 
authorities
 
would
 
soon
 
found
 
that
 
the
 
settlers
 
adapted
 
to
 
the
 
new
 
continent
 
conditions,
 
creating
 
new
 
forms
 
of 
 
social
 
organization.
 
Mainly
 
the
 
English
 
settlers,
 
who
 
comprehended
 
the
 
richness
 
and
 
possibilities
 
the
 
new
 
continent
 
offer.
 
1.1
 
Native
 
population
 
 
Contemporary
 
streams
 
have
 
substituted
 
the
 
evidently
 
improper
 
name
 
“Indians”
 
for
 
“Native
 
Americans”
 
which
 
is
 
logically
 
incorrect
 
as
 
well.
 
Substituted
 
Colombus’
 
mistake
 
for
 
the
 
commemoration
 
of 
 
Vespucci.
 
 
European
 
historians,
 
religious
 
and
 
researchers
 
tried
 
to
 
explain
 
where
 
the
 
original
 
inhabitants
 
came
 
from.
 
Egyptians
 
Prior
 
colonizers
 
Hebrews
 
Wales
 
 
In
 
reality,
 
original
 
inhabitants
 
were
 
in
 
the
 
continent
 
since
 
the
 
Paleolithic
 
 
It
 
is
 
believed
 
they
 
crossed
 
the
 
Bering
 
stretch
 
wandering,
 
although
 
there’s
 
no
 
reason
 
why
 
they
 
couldn’t
 
have
 
come
 
by
 
sailing
 
along
 
the
 
shore.
 
 
 
Defenders
 
of 
 
colonization
 
Terra
 
nullius.
 
Size
 
of 
 
population
 
controversial
 
In
 
today’s
 
USA
 
Critics
 
of 
 
colonization
 
millions
 
of 
 
inhabitants
 
Genocide.
 
More
 
in
 
the
 
south
 
than
 
in
 
the
 
north.
 
Economy
 
based
 
in
 
hunting
 
and
 
fishing,
 
some
 
seeding
 
(corn)
 
ecologically
 
sustainable
 
Demography
 
Pick
 
during
 
the
 
“Mississippi
 
epoch”
 
(800
 
 –
 
1500
 
a.D.)
 
Hopewell
 
Culture.
 
Some
 
towns
 
were
 
Different
 
populations
 
organized
 
political
 
structures
 
up
 
to
 
several
 
thousands
 
connected
 
by
 
a
 
common
 
(Iroquois
 
league)
 
of 
 
inhabitants
 
network
 
of 
 
trade
 
routes
 
 
 
Centralized
 
settlements
 
have
 
been
 
now
 
found
 
that
 
are
 
comparable
 
to
 
urban
 
developments
 
in
 
the
 
Southwestern
 
part
 
of 
 
today’s
 
U.S.A.
 
dating
 
from
 
1000
 
a.D.
 
Built
 
around
 
Kivas
 
circular
 
chambers
 
partially
 
buried
 
destined
 
for
 
religious
 
rituals.
 
 
Nowadays
 
the
 
bigger
 
native
 
inhabitants
 
communities
 
are
 
the
 
Navajo’s
 
in
 
New
 
Mexico
 
and
 
Utah
 
(150,000
 
inh.)
 
1.2
 
The
 
conquerors
 
First
 
Europeans
 
in
 
the
 
northern
 
part
 
of 
 
the
 
continent
 
Spaniards
 
Juan
 
Ponce
 
de
 
León
 
Mexico
Tenochtitan’s
 
fall,
 
1520
 
Arrived
 
to
 
Florida
 
in
 
Perú’s
 
fall
 
,1533
 
1513.
 
1528
 
Alvar
 
Nuñez
 
Cabeza
 
de
 
Vaca
 
commands
 
the
 
first
 
expedition
 
up
 
north.
 
1540’s
 
Francisco
 
Vázquez
 
de
 
Coronado
 
traveled
 
to
 
the
 
Southwestern
 
part
 
searching
 
the
 
Seven
 
cities
 
of 
 
Cibola
”.
 
1565
 
First
 
Spanish
 
Settlement
 
in
 
Florida
 
(Saint
 
Augustine)
 
1603
 
Spaniards
 
get
 
all
 
the
 
way
 
up
 
to
 
Alaska.
 
1610
 
Sta.
 
Fe
 
(in
 
today’s
 
New
 
Mexico)
 
founded.
 
1642
 
New
 
Amsterdam
 
(today’s
 
Manhattan)
 
is
 
founded.
 
1660’s
 
France
 
(Louisiana
 
&
 
Quebec)
 
and
 
Russia
 
(Alaska)
 
 join
 
the
 
colonization.
 
Later,
 
Spain
 
displaces
 
France
 
from
 
their
 
southern
 
territory.
 
The
 
Mississippi
 
becomes
 
the
 
main
 
French
 
artery.
 
Biloxi
 
(Miss.),
 
Cahokia
 
(Ill.),
 
Detroit
 
(Mi.),
 
Mobile
 
(Al.),
 
Ohio,
 
Racine
 
(Wi.),
 
Terre
 
Haute
 
(In.),
 
(Des
 
Moines
 
(Io.),
 
Minnesota
 
and
 
St.
 
Louis
 
(Missuri)
 
are
 
founded
 
in
 
the
 
next
 
100
 
years
 
by
 
the
 
French.
 
1680
 
First
 
massive
 
“Indian”
 
up
 
rise
 
vs.
 
colonization
 
&
 
evangelization
 
(N.M).
 
1740
 
the
 
Yaquis
 
rise
 
up
 
and
 
kill
 
around
 
a
 
thousand
 
Spaniards.
 
1790´s
 
around
 
a
 
net
 
of 
 
30
 
missionary
 
centers
 
in
 
Texas.
 
Among
 
them
 
El
 
Alamo.
 
By
 
1800’s
 
Albuquerque,
 
Tucson,
 
San
 
Antonio,
 
El
 
Paso,
 
Montana,
 
Nevada,
 
Colorado
 
and
 
Los
 
Angeles
 
had
 
already
 
been
 
founded.
 

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