Afro-Mexican Culture and Consciousness during the 16th and

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/6/11 Afro-Mexican Culture and Consciousness during the 16th and Ch 18 By: Heather Hutchins Nydia Hernandez
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6/6/11 The First Africans in New The First Africans that came to Mexico in 1943 were Free. 1501 the institution of slavery was established The decline of the Native population 27 million in 1519 to 2 million in 1605 led to a mass importation of Africans.
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6/6/11 African Indian relations. The first Africans imported to Mexico were previously in Spain and were already Hispanicize. With the demand increasing they were imported directly form Africa. These were known as Bozales and had to become Hispanicized. (partially successful) Whites in power and the non whites had to struggle to keep their culture alive. The Spanish Indian Cultures influenced African culture due to their constant contact. The Indian women were “very week and very attracted to the negroes and so they preferred them rather to the Indians while the negroes
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course HIST African HI taught by Professor Mr. during the Spring '11 term at Kennesaw.

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