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Wednesday 1/23 The Spanish loved Encomienda because it gave them virtually free slave labor.
Thursday 1/24
Friday 1/25 1) Pizzaro killed many Inca people. 2) He was a catholic. 3) He was outnumbered 80,000-168.
Monday 1/28
Tuesday 1/29
Wednesday 1/30 Santa Fe, St. Augustine, San Juan de los Caballeros.
Thursday 1/31 1) Champlain killed many enemy Native Americans. 2)Champlain did explore much of inland North America.
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Thursday 2/7 Champlain, with the help of his allied Huron, discovered the area of Vermont which later made lots of cheese.
Tuesday 2/12 The pilgrims signed the Mayflower Compact while giving a toast to their health.
Thursday 2/14 We can prevent mass hysteria like the horrible events in Salem, by telling people to stop if they're participating, and stopping the spread of false accusations and rumors.
Tuesday 2/19 Many countries have taken part in horrific genocides, like the Holocaust.
Thursday 2/21 I believe the Native Americans suffered horribly, but it was not a genocide.
Friday 2/22 I might be going to see the Celtics vs Rockets game in Boston.
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