Spanish Colonization analysis by PhD students from Stanford, Harvard, Berkeley. years managed to conquer the native societies of Latin America and install a
“Throughout the Colonial period, economic concerns had more to do with the settling of British North American than did religious concerns.” This statement has some traces of invalidity but overall, it is very valid at many different points.
It is this question that has caused many to incorrectly deem Mars colonization intractable, or at least inferior in prospect to the Moon. For example, much has been made of the fact that the Moon has indigenous supplies of helium-3, an isotope not found on Earth and which could be of considerable value as a fuel for second generation thermonuclear fusion reactors. Mars has no known helium-3 resources. On the other hand, because of its complex geologic history, Mars may have concentrated mineral ores, with much greater concentrations of precious metal ores readily available than is currently the case on Earth — because the terrestrial ores have been heavily scavenged by humans for the past 5,000 years. If concentrated supplies of metals of equal or greater value than silver (such as germanium, hafnium, lanthanum, cerium, rhenium, samarium, gallium, gadolinium, gold, palladium, iridium, rubidium, platinum, rhodium, europium, and a host of others) were available on Mars, they could potentially be transported back to Earth for a substantial profit. Reusable Mars-surface based single-stage-to-orbit vehicles would haul cargoes to Mars orbit for transportation to Earth via either cheap expendable chemical stages manufactured on Mars or reusable cycling solar or magnetic sail-powered interplanetary spacecraft. The existence of such Martian precious metal ores, however, is still hypothetical.
Ideas may be another possible export for Martian colonists. Just as the labor shortage prevalent in colonial and nineteenth century America drove the creation of "Yankee ingenuity's" flood of inventions, so the conditions of extreme labor shortage combined with a technological culture that shuns impractical legislative constraints against innovation will tend to drive Martian ingenuity to produce wave after wave of invention in energy production, automation and robotics, biotechnology, and other areas. These inventions, licensed on Earth, could finance Mars even as they revolutionize and advance terrestrial living standards as forcefully as nineteenth century American invention changed Europe and ultimately the rest of the world as well.
Beginning with British colonial power and moving to the American influence of technology and liberty, the world uses English today for a variety of reasons from commerce and trade, to political communication, to technology and science, and beyond....
In the vast Muslim areas of West Africa, Qur'anic schools had been in operation since the early 1000s. During colonization most Muslims refused to send their children to French or British schools—operated by missionaries—in the fear they would be converted or westernized. Throughout West Africa, in the regions where Muslims and Christians cohabited, the Christians received Western education and became the political elite after Independence often leading to conflicts with politically marginalized Muslim communities.
In my essay I will reveal how this free African American made a change in a slave’s life, fighting for their freedom and also free African American’s rights as well.
America was supposed to be the land of the free and equal opportunities, but it was far from that seeing as how slavery kept African American’s in chattel bondage.
Most Americans do not realize how many people were affected by immigration, or understand the real struggles and sacrifices that the indigenous people and the colonists made for the freedoms we have today.
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Once the Spanish began colonising in America, the shutters made their way there too. This is also when the name ‘’ first came to be as many houses on sugar and cotton plantations used them. Their versions included a wider louver and were just about always painted white.
The rise to corporate capitalism has had such a profound impact on American society, it is impossible to study any aspect of United States history post Civil War without a direct relation, on any level, to the industrial revolution.
Britain’s use of this “hands off” policy demonstrated that their hope that Britain could maintain control of their American colonies while tending to their needs as a greater country....
The primary analogy I wish to draw is that Mars is to the new age of exploration as North America was to the last. The Earth's Moon, close to the metropolitan planet but impoverished in resources, compares to Greenland. Other destinations, such as the Main Belt asteroids, may be rich in potential future exports to Earth but lack the preconditions for the creation of a fully developed indigenous society; these compare to the West Indies. Only Mars has the full set of resources required to develop a native civilization, and only Mars is a viable target for true colonization. Like America in its relationship to Britain and the West Indies, Mars has a positional advantage that will allow it to participate in a useful way to support extractive activities on behalf of Earth in the asteroid belt and elsewhere.