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Social Studies

Social Studies 2

Viceroyalties An area governed by a viceroy or a governor who represented the monarch.
Encomienda The right to demand labor from Native Americans.
Immunity Acquired resistance to infection.
Peninsulares Officials from Spain sent to the Spanish colonies to see that the laws were carried out.
Proprietary Colonies Colony that was owned by an individual or private company.
Royal Colonies A colony that belonged to the English monarchs.
Creoles A social class whose ancestors were the original Spanish colonists.
Mestizoes Member of a low social class decended form Spanish Europeans and Native Americans.
Mulattoes Person of low social class who had ancestors who were Spanish and African.
Missions Church and housing for a priest and Native Americans who had been concerted to Catholicism.
Joint Stock Company Stock or funds of a company held jointly by its owners.
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