Questions 14 - 16 refer to the excerpt below.“In 1680 Pueblo leaders united most of their communities against the European intruders…. In a matter of weeks, the Pueblos had eliminated Spaniards from New Mexico above El Paso. The natives had killed over 400 of the province’s 2,500 foreigners, destroyed or sacked every Spanish building, and laid ware to the Spaniards’ fields. There could be no mistaking the deep animosity that some natives, mean as well astheir influential wives and mothers, held toward their former oppressors…. Some Pueblo leaders…. Urged an end to all things Spanish as well as Christian. After the fighting subsided, they counseled against speaking Castilian or planting crops introduced by the Europeans.”David J. Weber, historianThe Spanish Frontier in North America, 199214. Which of the following most shaped the events described in the excerpt?