C. They wanted to halt the construction of new religious shrines. Spanish officials did not commit violence against Pueblo Indians to halt the building of new religious shrines. D. They suspected PopÃ© of preparing a revolt. PopÃ© was one of the Pueblo who was jailed. He was not the reason for the hangings and prison sentences, but his incarceration did have important consequences for New Mexico. Question : What caused the 1680 Pueblo Revolt? A. The alliance between the Apache and the Spanish The Spanish benefited from the enmity between the Pueblo and Apache in the 1690s, but they had no alliance with the Apaches at any time. B. The Spanish raid on a Pueblo village in 1671 The Pueblo Revolt was not prompted by a raid on a Pueblo village. C. The sale of Pueblo Indians into West Indian slavery The Pueblo Revolt was not caused by the enslaving of any Pueblo Indians. * D. The violence enacted on Pueblo people accused of idolatry In a string of abuses against Pueblo people, the hanging, whipping, and incarceration of Pueblo Indians accused of idolatry spurred PopÃ© and 17,000 others to seek revenge. Question : What was one consequence of the Pueblo revolt? A. The Spanish retreated from New Mexico and did not return. Although the Spanish retreated to Mexico, they returned to New Mexico in the 1690s. B. Spanish missionaries halted their work in North America. Spanish missionaries remained with Spanish settlers, but the revolt did prompt many missionaries to allow Indians to retain more indigenous practices. * C. Spanish expansion was limited in the Southwest. The Pueblo revolt pushed the Spanish back into Mexico and strengthened indigenous tribes to resist future Spanish expansion. D. It broke the back of Indian resistance in the Southwest. The Pueblo people succeeded in pushing the Spanish south into Mexico. Rather than breaking Indian resistance, the Pueblo revolt strengthened the will of the Indians in the Southwest. Question : Why did Spain seek to reinforce its claims to Texas? * A. To counter France's claims in Louisiana Spain sought to reinforce its presence in Texas because of France's settlements in the lower Mississippi valley. B. To protest England's claims in Carolina Spain did not reinforce its claims in Texas in response to English settlement in Carolina. C. In response to the Pueblo revolt in New Mexico Spain did not reinforce its claims in Texas in response to the Pueblo revolt. D. To fight Apache and Caddo claims there Spain did not reinforce its claims in Texas in response to the Apache and Caddo presence in the area, although they did have to contend with the Apache, Caddo, and other Indian nations in Texas. Question : As a result of the Pueblo Revolt in the late seventeenth century
A. the Spanish were driven out of North America, leaving the area in Native hands.
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