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Hist 140 asignmt #3 spanish empire Hist 140 asignmt #3 spanish empire Presentation Transcript

  • Spanish Empire
    By: Aubree Balkan
  • Chapter 2
    “Idolatry” was the Spanish's attempt to convert Indians of Peru into Catholics.
    Diego Vasicuio survived, keeping his rituals, religion and his god sacred.
  • Chapter 5
    Buenos Aires, became the place that gave merchants access to the ports of Spain and other Spanish colonies
    The white guild was diminished and the non-white artisans regained access to the marketplace by a formal guild structure
  • Chapter 9
    Juan de Morga and Gertrudis de Escobar were slaves in Mexico that struggled to survive during the colonial economy within silver mines and sugar plantations
    They played a large role in the struggle to destroy the restrictive colonial social order
  • Chapter 10
    Cristobal Becquerwas a non conformist and a member of the cathedral
    Becquerhad many episodes which confined him to the Franciscan monastery where he died
  • Chapter 11
    1502 marked the death of Emperor Ahuitzotl
    1509 the settlement formalized the legal obligations of the Spanish crown to the Aztec Princess Tecuichpotzin
  • Chapter 13
    Beatriz de Padilla accused of causing dreadful and mysterious things to happen to two of her lovers
    The women of color in New Spain, whether of African or Indian extraction , performed a fundamental role in the historical development of Mexican society
  • Chapter 16
    Miguel Hernandez remains an important man to know with excellent literacy who prevailed during hard times
    Miguel lived a life of meaning that was respected by his family and friends
  • The Spanish Empire
    Consisted of the territories and colonies administered directly by Spain in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Oceania
    One of the first global empires
  • Spanish colonization of the Americas
    The exploration, conquest, settlement, and political rule over much of the western hemisphere by the Spanish Empire
    With the start of 1492 and the arrival of Christopher Columbus, the Spanish empire expanded
  • Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire
    One of the most important campaigns in the Spanish colonization of the Americas
    After years of preliminary exploration and military schemes, 169 Spanish soldiers under Francisco Pizarro and their native allies ambushed the Inca Empire
  • Bartolome de las Casas
    16th century Spanish historian, social reformer and Dominican friar
    Became the first resident Bishop of Chiapas and the first officially appointed “Protector of the Indians”
  • Viceroyalty of New Spain
    Viceroyalty of the Spanish colonial empire, comprising primarily territories in what was known then as ‘America Septentrional’
    New Spain was the first of four viceroyalties created to govern Spain’s foreign colonies