The USA. The Civil War Reconstructionhe USA early explorers and early settlements
1. Lecture 2 the USA early explorers and early settlementsLECTURE 2
Ph.D. Vashchenko E.A.
Spain and the New World
Other European explorers
3. Spain and the New WorldSPAIN AND THE NEW
1476 – 26 – for England
Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand
On August 3, 1492
On October 12, 1492
The Indies, Indians
4. Other European explorersOTHER EUROPEAN
John Cabot – 1447 - The Spice Islands – Newfoundland
Jacques Cartier – 1534-1542 – the Northwest Passage – the St. Lawrence
River – Montreal, Canada
Robert La Salle – 1682 – Lousianna – Valley for France
Henry Hudson – 1609 – the Hudson – the Hudson Bay
5. Spanish settlementsSPANISH SETTLEMENTS
Ponce de Leon – Florida – 1513
– “Fountain of Youth”
Father Junipero Serra – California –
1749 – San Diego - 1784
6. English settlementsENGLISH SETTLEMENTS
Virginia and Jamestown
The Pilgrims – 1620 – the Mayflower – Massachusetts – Plymouth
1621 – Samoset – Squanto – a great feast – Thanksgiving
The Puritans – 1630 - Boston
Who helped Columbus to organize an expedition to the West?
Why did the sailors become nervous and ask Columbus to turn back?
What did Columbus promise them?
What did Columbus call the people he found in the New World? Why?
What parts of North America did John Cabot explore? What did he find
Why did the French want to find the Northwest Passage?
When did Jacques Cartier travel to America? What river did he discover and
What is Louisiana? Who gave this name to the territory? When?
What was the first English settlement in the New World? When was it
Why did the Pilgrims come to the New World? In what place did they start
their colony? What did they call their settlement?
Who was Squanto? How did he help the Pilgrims?
Who were the Puritans? Why did they call themselves puritans? Why did
they sail to America?
Where did the Puritans settle? What did they call their settlement?
What rules did the Puritans establish in their colonies?
10. The end! Thanks for attention!THE END!