The Destruction Of Native Colonies

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nother aspect that lead to the destruction in the native colonies was, the separation of families and native tribes. According to the spanish king the spaniard's plan was to weaken the traditional tribe bonds by moving individual members of the tribes far away from each other. (“Indians in Latin America”,1) The natives then had little to no contact with each other. The natives were separated from their loved ones. Just when the natives thought this mishab couldn't get worse, they forced to give up the costumes they have accumulated and followed for years. The natives were then brutally forced to learn Christianity and European manners and customs. The new lifestyle made the spaniards the higher class and the natives the lowest class. This

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