Recovery from the plague
Large-scale development of the plantation economy in the new world and the growth of staple crops.
The spread of more high-calorie per acre staple crops from the New World.
The transition to a mercantile, cash-based economy.
Exposure of the different populations to each other strengthened the global immune system.
Bishop Diego de Landa.
Bartolomé de las Casas.
Juan de Zumárraga.
A form of forced labor and tribute.
A plantation for mining precious metals.
A plantation for growing sugar.
An agreement with Amerindians.
A disease of the lower intestine.
The colo system.
Creoles and cajuns.
Aryans and assyrians.
Serbs and slavs.
Mestizos and mulattos.
Palenques and puccis.
The Spanish and Portuguese forced their languages on the population.
The English and French used direct government control to develop colonies.
The Spanish and Portuguese ruled with "benign neglect."
The English and French developed colonies through the efforts of private companies.
They did not differ at all in their policies.
Black slave labor
Amerindian slave labor
The mita and encomienda
The chinampa system
Jesuits converting natives.
Indian fur traders.
Frenchmen living among the natives.
Englishmen who fought with the French.
An elite French commando unit.
Limit colonial trading and production competition.
Limit the colonial manufacture of ships.
Ban importation of the printing press to America.
Prevent the importation of slaves on slave ships.
Rechart the waters off the coast of North America.
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