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Spanish Landing in Florida

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The Spanish were hoping to find this in Florida Gold
Spanish explorers wanted to find riches and fame here. Florida
The Spanish explorer and captain who started the colony of St. Augustine. Menendez
A place ruled by people in another country. Colony
A person living in a colony. Colonist
Indians who had been living in Florida for hundreds of years and were forced to give up their land to the Spanish. Timucua
The buying and selling of goods. Trade
Spanish ships brought these which included gold, silver and food to and from the Spanish colonies. Goods
The king of Spain hoped the colony of St. Augustine would help protect his ships from being attacked by these from other countries. Pirate Ships
A fort built of coquina and was used to protect the colony of St. Augustine. San Marcos
The oldest community in the United States. St. Augustine
People from Spain who built St. Augustine. Europeans
St. Augustine is located in this state. Florida
Land surrounded entirely by water and many explorers thought Florida was this type of landform. Island
Land that is nearly surrounded by water. Peninsula
The body of water that is west of Florida. Gulf of Mexico
The body of water that is east of Florida. Atlantic Ocean
A place where ships are safe from the ocean's waves. Harbor
A material made of broken shells of very small sea animals that stick together. Coquina
A natural resource that influenced the Spanierds to settle in Florida Climate
A natural resource that influenced the Spanierds to settle in Florida. Citrus Fruit
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