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WH-Unit 6

conquistador Spanish conquerors
Hernan Cortes a Spanish conquistador who took over Tenochtitlan
Moctezuma an Aztec emperor
Francisco Pizarro a conquistador who took over the Incan empire
encomienda the right to demand labor or tribute from native Americans
peninsulares people born in Spain
creole American born descendants of Spanish settlers
mestizo people of Native American and European descent
mulatto people of African and European descent
French and Indian War a war between France and England that was also called the Seven Years War
Triangular Trade a triangle shaped series of Atlantic trade routes linking Europe, African, and the Americas
Middle Passage the transportation of slaves from Africa to the Americas
Columbian Exchange a vast global exchange where new plants and animals were introduced to Europe and the Americas
mercantilism an economic policy where people export more goods than they import
natural law rules discoverable by reason
Created by: mschrismon