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The colonial expansion of the conquistadors was ruled under the now unified kingdom of Castile and Aragon. Following Columbus’ arrival of now Haiti, began a period of 350 years of Spanish rule that started with the simple goal of creating wealth and spreading Christianity in the New World; however, this ended in catastrophe, death, and loss for many. Most of the Spanish that sailed over to the other side of the world were in many cases impoverished nobles that wanted a fresh start to create wealth, and they would do this by using the indig... ... middle of paper ... ... history to make better decisions and reformations that will serve all the people instead of just a small group. No one can fully understand a country and its people, without exploring the past of that country. Works Cited Schultz, Jeff, and Sean Johnson.
European Settlements and the Decline of Indian Power in America What today is the state of Virginia used to be Native American lands. The Indians claim that God had given them the right to own and settle those lands. The problem as we have seen in class is the Europeans such as the Spanish and English came and took over the Native American land in the name of the King and /or Queen. They invaded their territory, and destroyed their culture, all in the name of conquest. What I intend to show is how these problems developed for the English from the years of 1607 to 1644.
A Reduction is a mission town set up by Jesuit missionaries. The Jesuit Reduction started in the 16th century and was an idea of making missions for the native people of Central and South America to reduce the spread of the native population. This Reduction was started by the Spanish government the help Christianize, tax, and govern them also this made it easier for Spain to use the natives they captured as slaves to the crown. The Spanish government at this time was one of the global superpowers they had a lot of control until their lands got too cumbersome to handle. The area that was most influenced by these Reductions was modern day Paraguay in the tribe of the Tupi-Guarani (as seen in the movie “The Mission”) and later spread further south to places like Argentina, Brazil, and Bolivia.
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This war happened because settlers decided to live on Pequot lands and the Pequot Indians resisted the intrusion. The English won the war and sold the surviving Pequot Indians into slavery, so they would not have to deal with them again. After the defeat of the most powerful tribe in the region to 1675, the Puritans were in control. The Puritan administration made the laws for the English and Indians to ... ... middle of paper ... ...2. Jeynes, William.