Hernando Cortez and Francisco Pizarro
Francisco Pizarro and Hernando Cortez
Hernando Cortez and Bolivar
Fransico Pizarro and Nelson Mandela
The scholar gentry
It allowed the conquistadors to accomplish more on their plantations because it forced the indigenous people to work without complaint.
The natives were forced to give free labor to the conquistadors, therefore allowing the conquistadors to produce more on the plantations.
The natives were considered a part of the land, and were owned by the conquistadors, so they had no choice but to do whatever the conquistadors told them.
The natives were allowed to do what they wanted on the plantations so long as they met their quota for the day.
They were plantations where only natives were allowed to work on the land.
They were plantations where only slaves were allowed to work on the land.
They were plantations where only the encomenderos were allowed to be present.
They were plantations where both natives and slaves worked the land under the rule of the encomenderos.
Ships from Europe made goods that were shipped to Africa; they in turn traded slaves, which were then shipped to Latin America and were bought for spices, tobacco, and other goods that were brought back to Europe.
Transported to Africa, where they were traded for slaves; the slaves were then brought to Europe and were bought in return for Europe’s goods, which were then brought back to Latin America.
Ships from Europe transported goods to Latin America; they in turn traded slaves, which were then shipped to Africa and were bought for other goods that were brought back to Europe.
Ships from Africa transported slaves to Europe, who then bought them in return for goods, which were then shipped to Latin America;
The Great Migration
The Columbian exchange
The Great European Movement
The Age of Exploration
The indigenous people
The mestizos and mulattoes
The mestizos and creoles
All of the above
The export of finished goods to Europe
Mining and smelting of metals
Ranching and herding
Manufacture and processing of cottons and cloths