Columbus American Influence

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The first arrivals of Columbus to America completely changed the destiny and environment of America. After that, there were many Europeans came to the New World, especially England and Spain. These two nations contributed a lot to the development of America. However, they also had a lot of impacts on America in the same and different ways. On top of that, they shared their similarities and differences on the slave issues, the purpose of taking American lands, and the ways they controlled the terrorists in America. What I want to do in this article is to compare and contrast the influences of Spanish and English colonialism on America by taking a look at what they did to lead to that impact when they were in the New World. Although England and Spain had their own political purpose when they arrived at America, they all enslaved people to serve their purpose. Digital History stated about Columbus, the Spanish, that “Within days of his arrival in…show more content…
For Spain, some may be like Columbus to complete the mission that the country gave to them 6. They aimed to gain the more natural resources to enrich their country such as “Gold and Orichalcum” 7. For English, Digital History stated that, “the English began to think more seriously about North America as a place to colonize: as a market for English goods and a source of raw materials and commodities such as furs” 8. They pressed the importance in the New World and see it was a place for their average citizens to earn their living and enriched their nations. For the way both of the empires did, we could see that Spain was like just to take away the resources and enriched themselves and nations, while England actually though about creating a new livings in America. However, they would have been in chaos if they hadn’t controlled their system well. That is why both of them needed to find a way to organize their forces in

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