In this slide, the image above represents how the Spanish treated the Indians. While the Spanish "controlled" the Indians, they enslaved them and made them do all the hard, exhausting work.
Pueblo Revolt of 1680
In this slide, them image above represents how the Indian people felt since the Spanish people were using them as slaves and was it not only the fact that the Spanish were disrespectful to the Indians but they made them sacrifice their own religions in order to convert them from being Native to being Catholic.
In this side, Pope was uniting the big group of Indians. Pope was uniting the Indians so that they didn't feel alone and maybe so that they didn't feel depressed, or their emotions were getting out of control.
Spanish returning 12 years later.....
We come in peace.
Ok. We'll give you one chance.
In this slide, the image above represents the Spanish and the Indians in battle against each other. The Indians fought the Spanish because they were angry for being treated the way they were and they felt that their gods were also angry that the Spanish prohibited them from worshipping their gods.
In this slide, the image above represents the Spanish fleeing from El Paso and the Indians. They fled because thousands of Pueblo Indians joined forces to drive the Spanish out of their territory, and it worked, that is why all the Spanish who survived are fleeing, the Indians plan worked so well that it kept the Spanish away for 12 years.
In this slide, the image above represents Vargas leading a small group of Spanish back for a "peaceful reconquest." Keeping peace worked at the beginning since the Indians did not retaliate at the beginning because they were afraid that the Spanish came back for revenge. They ended up going to war in December 1963.