Colonial Latin AmericaThe Colonial Crucible
Colonial Economics
1. What effect did silver have on the economies
and societies of colonial Spanish America?
(60)
2. Vice...
A Power Called Hegemony
5. Hegemony is: (65)
6. Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz helps us understand
the function of hegemony bec...
A Process Called Transculturation
10. An example of transculturation is: (70)
The Fringes of Colonization
11. The fringes of colonial
society offered somewhat
better treatment for slaves
because: (76)...
Race Mixing
15. The caste system in the Americas was:
(83)
16. The practice of selling “gracias al
sacar” was: (85)
Spaniard and Indian produce a Mestizo
From Spaniard and Mestiza, Castiza
Spaniard and Castiza, produce Spaniard
Mestizo and Indian makes Coyote
Black and Spaniard makes Mulatto
Mulatto and Spaniard makes Morisco
Spaniard and Morisca makes Albino
Spaniard and Albino makes a Black-
Return-Backwards
Black and Indian makes Wolf
Wolf and Indian makes Zambaiga
Zambaigo and Indian makes Albarazado
Albarazada and Indian makes Chamizo
Chamizo and Indian makes Cambuja
From Albarrado and Indian,
a Cachimboreta is born
From Indian and Cambuja, a Wolf-
Return-Backwards is born
Wolf-Return-Backwards and Indian
makes Hold-Yourself-in-Mid-Air
Countercurrents: Colonial Resistance
17. Tupac Amaru II claimed: (88)
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  • Diego Rivera, Disembarkation of the Spanish
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  • Colonial Crucible

    1. 1. Colonial Latin AmericaThe Colonial Crucible
    2. 2. Colonial Economics 1. What effect did silver have on the economies and societies of colonial Spanish America? (60) 2. Viceroyalties were: (61) 3. Brazilian “Mill Lords,” or senhores de ingenho, were most important because: (62) 4. Settlements in Brazil were: (62)
    3. 3. A Power Called Hegemony 5. Hegemony is: (65) 6. Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz helps us understand the function of hegemony because: (66) 7. Religion controlled Latin American societies in many ways, including: (67) 8. Some of the ways in which religion supported hegemony were: (67) 9. Patriarchy is: (68)
    4. 4. A Process Called Transculturation 10. An example of transculturation is: (70)
    5. 5. The Fringes of Colonization 11. The fringes of colonial society offered somewhat better treatment for slaves because: (76) 12. Río de la Plata eventually saw an economic boom due to: (77) 13. Gauchos, Guasos, and Vaqueross were: (77) 14. The Quilombo of Palmares is well known because: (80)
    6. 6. Race Mixing 15. The caste system in the Americas was: (83) 16. The practice of selling “gracias al sacar” was: (85)
    7. 7. Spaniard and Indian produce a Mestizo
    8. 8. From Spaniard and Mestiza, Castiza
    9. 9. Spaniard and Castiza, produce Spaniard
    10. 10. Mestizo and Indian makes Coyote
    11. 11. Black and Spaniard makes Mulatto
    12. 12. Mulatto and Spaniard makes Morisco
    13. 13. Spaniard and Morisca makes Albino
    14. 14. Spaniard and Albino makes a Black- Return-Backwards
    15. 15. Black and Indian makes Wolf
    16. 16. Wolf and Indian makes Zambaiga
    17. 17. Zambaigo and Indian makes Albarazado
    18. 18. Albarazada and Indian makes Chamizo
    19. 19. Chamizo and Indian makes Cambuja
    20. 20. From Albarrado and Indian, a Cachimboreta is born
    21. 21. From Indian and Cambuja, a Wolf- Return-Backwards is born
    22. 22. Wolf-Return-Backwards and Indian makes Hold-Yourself-in-Mid-Air
    23. 23. Countercurrents: Colonial Resistance 17. Tupac Amaru II claimed: (88)
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