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Who publicly condemned the cruel treatment of the Native Americans by the Spanish?

Who publicly condemned the cruel treatment of the Native Americans by the Spanish?

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explorer founded Quebec Champlain
England, France, and the Netherlands hoped to discover a northwest passage to Asia
publicly condemned the cruel treatment of Native Americans by the Spanish Bartolomé de Las Casas
explorer who first sailed around the southern tip of Africa Bartholomeu Dias

How did conquistadors view Native Americans?

Natives were subjects of the Spanish crown, and to treat them as less than human violated the laws of God, nature, and Spain. He told King Ferdinand that in 1515 scores of natives were being slaughtered by avaricious conquistadors without having been converted.

What were 3 main advantages that the Spanish conquistadors had over the Native Americans?

The advantages that the Spanish had over the Native Americans were 16 horses, some guns and other superior weapons, and alliances with fellow enemies of the Aztec.

What three kinds of settlements did Spain establish in the Americas?

The laws provided for three kinds of settlements in New Spain: pueblos, presidios (prih SID ee ohz), and missions.

How did the conquistadors treat the indigenous people?

How did the Spanish conquistadors treat the Native Americans they encountered? Some Native Americans were forced to convert to Christianity; some were enslaved; some died of diseases acquired from Europeans.

Which impact did the Spanish explorations have on the Native Americans?

Europeans carried a hidden enemy to the Indians: new diseases. Native peoples of America had no immunity to the diseases that European explorers and colonists brought with them. Diseases such as smallpox, influenza, measles, and even chicken pox proved deadly to American Indians.

What was the impact of the conquistadors on the Americas?

Though they had small numbers they were able to conquer the Meso-American civilizations by making alliances with local tribes, the introduction of European diseases, treachery, force of will. As well European horses, fighting dogs, gunpowder arms and training made a significant difference.