Unformatted text preview: In the short passage, “As for the Spainards, their time is up,’ Jauja, Peru “(1742, 1752), Juantos Santos murders Indians and African Americans as a way to get back at the Spanish Crown, as he is making his rebellion he describes “…all [the Native Americans] crying out saying that they do not want to be Christians, and urging them to kill the blacks” (Colonial Latin America, 303). The Royal Crown made sure that the Native Americans were Westernized, and educated in their social standing. The Indians did not view their cultural heritage as something to be ashamed of, but they understood that due to their cultural background they were not given fair treatment. Their religious views and cultural beliefs acted as a major unchangeable set back....
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- Fall '07
- Native Americans in the United States