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Millitary rulers Caudillos
Spanish for "little war" a person who engages in irragular warfare Guerillas
Ranch where farming and cattle ranching take place Hacienda
Millitary takeover of a government Coup d' etat
Conqueror,especially one of the 16th century spanish soldiers who defeaated the indian civilizations of mexico central america,and peru Conquistador
widespread excharge of agricural goods,livestockslave,labor,communicable deseases, the eastern and western hemispheres that occurred after 1492 Columbian exchange
pesant of latian america;usually a spanish-speaking mestizo campesino
Person of spanish descent born in spain's american colonies;creole criollo
coming from or directly related to descendant
group of indians given by the spanish monarchy to a spaniard; the indians worle for the spaniard in exchange for protection and conversion to christianity encomienda
to become free liberation
a great and often violent change revoulution
person of mixed native american and spanish(or portuguese) ancestry:from the spanish word for "mixed" Mestizo
erson of mixed african and european ancestry Mulatto
rtade between europe,colonies in the americas,and africa triangular trade
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