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Early US History Week 4 Notes

by: Madison Greer

Early US History Week 4 Notes HI 1063

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These notes are from week 4 of class.
Early US History
Peter Messer
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Indians, spanish, trade, revolt, Pope, Governor, Missionaries
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Date Created: 09/09/16
9/6/16­9/8/16 US History • New Mexico ­ La Florida • defense against French • protect treasure ­ Spanish Florida • St. Augustine 1565 • missions 1573­1702 ­ native life in Florida • Spanish missionaries want people there full time • Indians come and go because they follow food and move around  because of weather ­ English • show up in 17th century and expand into the 18th century • target people for slave trade ­ Spanish New Mexico • Governor Oñate 1598 ­ looking to settle  ­ looking for Indians to work ­ Indians reluctant to leave because of Spanish • feudal estate ­ governor hands out land to prominent families and individuals ­ also Indian labor ­ gives governor a lot of power • also town council elected by citizens • somewhat similar to New England • small population ­ tops out in 1680 at around 2500 people ­ government is all about certain families • tribute economy 9/6/16­9/8/16 US History ­ Spanish promise not to kill Indians if they produce a tribute each year  (hides, corn, labor, etc) • rescates ­ Indian by Indian slave trade ­ Indians trade with unconquered Indians ­ enslave unconquered Indians, convert to Christianity ­ Spanish Missions • most successful  • start spreading north • come from Mexico  • convert Indians • Spanish are able to put Indians to work in Mexico ­ also corrupt them (alcohol)  ­ decreasing power of missionaries ­ missionaries try to find new Indians • find mines (silver) • create a buffer/ frontier so English and French don't take their silver ­ use Indians as missionaries and soldiers in case there was a war • Indian appeal ­ culture • inside chief­ inside town, spiritual leaders • outside chief­ outside of town, war/ hunt leaders • Spanish began to kill Indians, missionaries stop them and they become  trusted by the Indians • patron/ client relationship ­ based on children ­ apprenticeship  ­ pragmatic • Indians can get things they need from Spanish by using their religion 9/6/16­9/8/16 US History ­ animal magic­ animals have spiritual powers, animals can choose  to be killed or not to be killed ­ disease­ Spanish know how to “cure” people, once you stop curing  disease, you lose this power ­ weather­ wet season/ dry season. Spanish show up during wet  season so Indians believe they bring the wet season with them  thus controlling the weather • Indians are always selective. They don't think the Spanish are gods, they  believe they have a lot to offer through their religion.  ­ crops and tools­ the Spanish bring these • Friar intends to humiliate medicine man with corporal and sexual  punishment ­ Problems  • corruption ­ political • Luis de Rosas 1637­1641 ­ manipulates election of town council ­ gets cut of trade ­ takes Indian labor for his own business  ­ angers colonists that feel they have been taken advantage of ­ missionaries and governor • missionaries are very powerful ­ control most Indian labor ­ use it to enrich their own missions ­ only so much labor, none for governor  ­ church 1. excommunicate 2. condemn • governors 9/6/16­9/8/16 US History ­ some Indians don't like the friars ­ governor wants some Indian labor • Don Pedro de Paralta vs. Fray Isidro Ordoñez  ­ Pueblo Revolt • crisis 1660s ­ drought­ no food to give Apaches ­ disease • native religion revival ­ Popé  ­ you abandoned your old gods, so they are punishing you ­ 1680: Popé leads rebellion against Spanish; 400 of 2500 die ­ Spanish retreat but return in 1692 • nothing is better with Popé • things change ­ no more corporal punishment ­ not so much military force 


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