Struggle & Survival in Colonial America<br />Melissa Mariscal<br />
Miguel Hernandez<br />Francisco Baquero<br /><ul><li>He was born(1748-1810) in Buenos Aires in the 18th century
Opened a shop and struggled to get rich clients
Became member of the guilt because thought that the member were incompetent
Nonwhites were allowed to participate in the draft
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Struggle & Survival Readings Part 1

  1. 1. Struggle & Survival in Colonial America<br />Melissa Mariscal<br />
  2. 2. Miguel Hernandez<br />Francisco Baquero<br /><ul><li>He was born(1748-1810) in Buenos Aires in the 18th century
  3. 3. Opened a shop and struggled to get rich clients
  4. 4. Became member of the guilt because thought that the member were incompetent
  5. 5. Nonwhites were allowed to participate in the draft
  6. 6. He become an officer
  7. 7. Later left the public life
  8. 8. Its believed that he passed away in the year of 1810
  9. 9. Born in the 16th century in Mexico city to Pedro Hernandez and Ana Hernandez
  10. 10. He decided to leave Mexico city and move to Queretaro
  11. 11. When he arrived there he became a leading mulatto because of his good skills that he had
  12. 12. Miguel was also married and raised a family
  13. 13. He also owned a busy that made him get money to pay off his debts
  14. 14. Suddenly in 1604 died leaving his children and wife but full of love and respect towards others</li></li></ul><li>Martin Ocelotl<br /><ul><li>He was born in (1496-1537)
  15. 15. Priest who was put on trial during New Spain’s inquisition
  16. 16. His last name Ocelotl means jaguar and Nahuatl
  17. 17. Born into a powerful family from the town of Chinanta located in Puebla, Mexico
  18. 18. Ocelotl was imprisoned and was ordered to be put to death
  19. 19. In 1519 he was one of the indigenous priest
  20. 20. Was put in trial for being a wizard, which is what people believed </li></li></ul><li>Isabel Moctezuma<br /><ul><li>(1509-1550) Isabel was born and is the daughter of Teotlalco and Moctezuma
  21. 21. Became one of the Mexicans Indians granted an encomienda
  22. 22. She is a female
  23. 23. Moctezuma had nineteen children
  24. 24. She married four men that died and left her with three daughters and four sons.
  25. 25. Part of the new mixture of society
  26. 26. Because she was the daughter of Moctezuma she was considered important</li></li></ul><li>Damiana da Cunha<br /><ul><li>Catechist and Sertanista
  27. 27. Was commissioned to form a group of armed men
  28. 28. She also undertook her expeditions
  29. 29. She also found herself trying to keep an inherited dream
  30. 30. Damiana accepted the arduous task of leading men
  31. 31. She was buried in the local church as a Brazilian heroine
  32. 32. Damiana wasn’t one of the heroic Indian re-sisters</li>

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