What is the main difference between the North American colonies of England and traditional colonies (for example, from the Spanish colonies in Latin America)?
North American colonies arose in territories inhabited by small and, for the most part, primitive Indian tribes of hunter-gatherers. The Spaniards dealt with a fairly developed civilization that had a rather complicated society, a developed culture that built large cities.
The land in the American colonies was much less fertile than in the Spanish, and the climate was harsher.
In the colony of England on the American continent, many people arrived who were forced to leave their lands, for religious reasons, because of persecution and persecution. This was not the case in the Spanish colonies.
The population of the Spanish colonies was made up of people of the so-called Mediterranean type of the Caucasian race (Spaniards, Portuguese), in the North American colonies were settled mainly by people of the Nordic type (British, Irish, Scots).
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