relations between spain and indigenous people

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History

 

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Naomi E

 

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April 11, 2017

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The Spanish seemed to be fascinated with what riches the new land would provide them. Their lust for the new goods made them ambitious, selfish, and untrustworthy. They couldn't even trust each other, never mind culturally different people. From the beginning the Spanish acted against each other, in rivalry's such as Columbus versus Francisco, and Aguirre versus Ursua...
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From the beginning the Spanish acted against each other, in rivalry's such as Columbus versus Francisco, and Aguirre versus Ursua. The relations between the Spanish and the indigenous peoples evaporated quickly because of the Spanish lust for wealth and the religious missionaries forcing their ways upon the native peoples...
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