... The Spanish exploited the natives. They took lumber, cotton, sugar, and precious metals to tra…
The Spanish exploited the natives. They took lumber, cotton, sugar, and precious metals to trade and/or sell for gold, and allowed the Mexicans to buy manufactured goods (clothing and tools) from the Spanish only.
By 1550, the population of Mexico was only 6 million, a decrease of 19 million from 1519.
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Life in Mexico in the 1600s
The Social systems of Spanish colonies now mirrored the class system of the Spanish. The Roman Catholic religion brought by the Spanish missionaries was now a major part of Mexican life because the Church unified the different classes.
Snaden, James N. "El Salvador." Lands and Peoples. 2007. Grolier Online. 8 May 2007 http://lp.grolier.com/cgi-bin/article?assetid=4066300.
Lands and Peoples. 2007. Grolier
Tenenbaum, Barbara A. "Mestizo." Latin American History and Culture . Ed. Patricia Seed. Vol. 4. New York: Simon-Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996. 1.
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You can also make a slide show of pictures using a site called slide. http://www.slide.com it is unblocked at school.
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Most embedded video sites are blocked at school. If you have created any multimedia projects, see Mrs Hokanson in the library to get it uploaded to a site that is both able to be embedded and viewed on the district network.