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Encomienda System System where the Spanish government demanded labor from Native Americans.
Mestizo Person of Native American and European descent
Olaudah Equiano Former enslaved African. As a child was sold into slavery, acquired his freedom, later became a writer and abolitionist.
Triangular Trade Colonial trade routes among Europe and its colonies, the West Indies, and Africa in which goods were exchanged for slaves.
Middle Passage The leg of the triangular trade route on which slaves were transported from Africa to the Americas.
Mutiny Revolt
Colombian Exchange The global exchange of goods,ideas,plants and animals, and disease that began with Columbus's exploration of the Americas
Inflation Economic cycle that involves a rapid rise in prices linked to a sharp increase in the amount of money available.
Mercantilism Policy by which a nation sought to export more than it imported in order to build its supply of gold and silver.
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