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Unformatted text preview: How were the villages and societies organized? Republica De Indios The way that the Crown institutionalized the indigenous system The indigenous communities that became Republica de Indios, local representation Corregidor: went to every R d I and determined number of head of households and then organized mit’a Cabildo, governadors: regional representatives that could be appealed to for justice. Communities have their own lands (communal),...
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