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Diaz 1 Hector Diaz Document: 3-5 In 1675, Spaniards attempted to get rid of Pueblo’s religious believes. Unfortunately, numerous attacks by the Comanche and heavy drought came between the Spaniards. Though many attacks and droughts, Spaniards were able to arrest fifty spiritual leaders including Pope, that after his release, managed to revolt against Spain by gathering Pueblos. A Spanish leader persecuted Pedro Naranjo of San Felipe, of the Queres nation, who was one of the fifty captured. Naranjo was asked numerous questions, but the major question was, “Why and what were the motives for the Indian kingdom to rebel against Spaniards?” Naranjo replied, “Our Indian government had been planning to rebel on many occasions following conspiracies of Indian sorcerers. Our government tried to influence other Pueblos in which many agreed and some disagreed. It even got to the point to where our Indian government beheaded seven to eight Pueblo leaders who influenced others to disagree. Our government
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  • Fall '16
  • Terry hoops
  • History, Spanish American, Spanish people, Rebellion, Hector Diaz

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