Lecture 3 - Spanish North America 1500s-1800s Historical...

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Spanish North America, 1500s-1800s
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Historical Significance Pueblo Revolt of 1680
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Why Important? Bartolomé de las Casas
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Founding of Santa Fe Don Juan de Oñate Encomiendas Santa Fe, 1609 By 1680, 2,000 Spanish colonists living among 30,000 Pueblo Indians Religious conflict Revolt in 1680
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Popé and the Pueblo Revolt Indian religious leader Pueblos as underdogs? Knotted ropes “Bloodless” re- conquest From religious
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