Question 7 answer: The Proclamation of 1763 was issued by the British King George III. The Proclamation of 1763 was made following the British victory over France in the French and Indian Wars. The Royal Proclamation of 1763 was perceived as being beneficial to the Native American Indians and Great Britain but as detrimental to the colonists.
Short Hand Answer: The Royal Proclamation of 1763 was issued October 7, 1763, by King George III following Great Britain's acquisition of French territory in North America following the end of the French and Indian Wars with the Peace of Paris which concluded the Seven Years' War in Europe and the French Indian War in America. The Royal Proclamation of 1763 was designed to calm the fears of Native Indians by halting the westward expansion by colonists whilst expanding the lucrative fur trade.
answer for question 5: Before the arrival of the English, the Spanish influence in the New World extended from the Chesapeake Bay to the tip of South America. Spanish possessions included the developing cities of Mexico, Peru, and Cuba. Along the northern edge of Spain’s land were small missions and “presidios” or fortresses that stretched from the Atlantic coast, ran along the Gulf of Mexico and extended into the plains of Texas and the Rio Grande River valley. In 1585, Sir Walter Raleigh took on one of the first English settlement attempts. He set up a colony of about 100 men on the east coast of North America, on land he named Virginia after Queen Elizabeth I, who being unmarried, was known as the “Virgin Queen.” These settlers only lasted for a year before returning home. Then, in 1587, Raleigh made a second attempt at settling a colony at Roanoke, Virginia. The supply ships sent to the colony never arrived and in 1590 when help did come, evidence of the existence of the entire colony had disappeared except for the word “Croatan” inscribed on a post. (short hand it love short hand it)
question 3 answer: Originally, Puritanism refers to a movement that arose within the Church of England in the latter part of the 16th
century. It sought to purify, or reform the Church and establish a middle course between Roman Catholicism and the
ideas of the Protestant reformers. Those who advocated Puritanism were called Puritans. In England of the 16th century,
the Puritans were the more extreme Protestants within the Church. They thought that the religious reformation in
England had not gone far enough in reforming the doctrines and structure of the church. They wanted to purify their
national church by eliminating every shred of Catholic influence. (good luck short handing that up rofl )