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  1. Mezijinn says:
    Lucas Vázquez de Ayllón. Lucas Vázquez de Ayllón was a Spanish explorer born around He owned a lucrative sugar plantation and served as a government official on the island of payvefunmifanvivelobilordpotle.coinfo hearing from slave traders about a territory in North America that contained a large native population, he petitioned the Spanish crown for permission to explore and settle the area in hopes of.
  2. Vudogar says:
    Bartolomé de las Casas, O.P. (c. - 18 July ) was a 16th-century Spanish historian, social reformer and Dominican friar. He became the first resident Bishop of Chiapas, and the first officially appointed "Protector of the Indians".
  3. Dorg says:
    Apr 13,  · By Thaithao Nguyen During the early 15th century, a Triple Alliance developed in the Valley of Mexico between the city-states Mexico-Tenochtitlan, Texcoco, and Tlacopan. Ultimately, the Mexica rose to military dominance and ruled from their capital of Tenochtitlan for a century until a coalition of Spanish and native forces toppled the Alliance in
  4. Bam says:
    What Happened: A group of Spaniards, Afro-Latinos, indigenous people and mestizos setting out from colonial-era Mexico traveled into California and founded the city of Los Angeles. Why It Matters: As of July , Los Angeles is the city with the country’s largest Hispanic population, at nearly 5 million.
  5. Maukora says:
    American history textbooks still largely narrate the 19th century as a series of pivotal wars, from the Texas Revolution (), to the U.S.-Mexico War (), to the Spanish American War (). When American history is told and taught this way Latinos all but disappear.
  6. Medal says:
    C)early Spanish explorers of the New World D)communist leaders of the 19th century payvefunmifanvivelobilordpotle.coinfoón Bolívar, José de San Martin, and Toussaint l'Ouverture are best known as A)religion was a major cause of the conflicts B)Spanish-born peninsulares led most of the Latin American uprisings C)nationalism had little influence on the outcome.
  7. Daitilar says:
    The History of Spanish Language in Latin America. Understanding the origin of the Spanish language is essential to recognizing the subtle differences in the Spanish spoken in different regions. In the 15th century, Christopher Columbus sailed to the Americas and brought with him the Castilian Spanish .
  8. Vosar says:
    Meanwhile Spanish migrants poured into the New World. , migrated during the sixteenth century alone, and , came during the entire three centuries of Spanish colonial rule. Spaniards, often single, young, and male, emigrated for the various promises of land, wealth, and social advancement.

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