Absence of slavery

Absence of slavery - Absence of slavery heavy urbanization,...

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Absence of slavery Not characteristic of Iberian society: heavy urbanization, slaves, emphasis on nobility and patriarchal ideals, peasants living in small population centers. Characteristics of Iberian society: African slavery. Practice that was extended to the Americas as a result of Portuguese commercial and colonial experience elsewhere. fortified ports Practice that was originally part of Columbus's plans for the administration of the New World discoveries. Bartolome de Las Casas Advocate of Indian rights. the mita When the ecomienda system began to fail, the Spanish government began to rely on labor extracted through local officials which was called mining. The Spanish commercial system with the Latin American colonies was organized around what? Treaty of Tordesillas In 1494, Spain and Portugal clarified the boundaries of their colonial possessions in the viceroyalties In its final form, the Spanish colonial government in Latin America was divided at first into two and later into four estate agriculture In contrast to the Spanish colonies, Brazil's economy was initially devoted to 1/2 By 1700, slaves comprised approximately what proportion of the Brazilian population? Bartolome de Las Casas. The Dominican friar that initiated the struggle for justice for Native Americans in Spanish colonies. Mexico City. Built by the Spaniards on the ruins of Tenochtitlan as the capital of New Spain. Lima Unlike the Spaniards in Mexico, when the Inca capital of Cuxco fell in 1533, the conquerors built their new capital of what closer to the coast. the mita In the 16th century, the encomienda was gradually replaced by the system of labor drafts called haciendas Rural estates that produced primarily for consumers in America became the basis of wealth and power for the local aristocracy in many regions called Juan Gines de Sepulveda The Spanish scholar who argued that Indians were not fully human and thus enslaving them was acceptable. the Recopilacion The body of laws for the Indies was so large and varied that it took almost a century to complete a great law code called
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Comunero Revolt the widespread revolt caused by New Granada's popular complaints against the government's control of tobacco and liquor Aragon and Castile became closer In 1452, Ferndinand and Isabella got married and Inca empire In 1535, Francisco Pizarro led his men to the conquest of the Brazil the world's leading producer of sugar in the 17th century Jose de Galvez moved to eliminate the authority of the Creoles in the upper bureaucracy of the Spanish colonies Tupac Amaru A mestizo with direct links to the family of the Inca who led a rebellion against "bad government". The patriarchal family in Latin America large estates and grants of Indian laborers or encomiendas provided the framework for relations based on economic dominance and was readily adapted by Portuguese nobles were given strips of land along the coast called capitaincies to colonize and develop. commercio libre
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