Pueblo Revolt Storyboard

Pueblo Revolt Storyboard
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  • The Spanish Invade
  • ¿Por qué hacemos este trabajo? ¿Qué les hacemos a ellos?
  • ¡Darse prisa!
  • Escucha a dios Él no te dejará perecer.
  • Mmmmmm maíz ...
  • The Peublos Have Had Enough
  • ¡¡NO!! ¿¡¿Que pasó?!?
  • Le trabajaron demasiado duro. ¡Se desmayó cuando volvió! ¿Por qué tenemos que escuchar a estos chicos?
  • The Pueblos Unite                                
  • ¡¡Hurra!!
  • Hemos escuchado a estos españoles el tiempo suficiente. ¡Necesitamos recuperar nuestra tierra! ¿QUIEN ESTÁ CONMIGO?
  • The Spaniards invaded and had taken over the Pueblo village. They enslave the Pueblos as well as steal and use their supplies and food. To top it off, they didn't let them practice their religion and tried to convert them to Catholic.
  • The Pueblo Revolt
  • ¡Es la hora!
  • The Pueblo were fed up with being slaves. They were furious, frustrated, annoyed, sad, and more about how they were treated. They decided that they had enough of this labor and  wanted to fight back.
  • Spanish Transfer
  • No puedo creer ... perdimos.
  • A medicine man, Pope (poe-pe), was fed up with being treated poorly, so he decided to unite the Pueblo tribes to fight back. This was the first time all the Pueblo tribes came together for a common cause.
  • The Spanish Return
  • ¡¡Ellos estan aqui!! ¡Tenemos que avisar a los demás!
  • Venimos en paz.
  • Indicating by knots in a rope (one knot is one day till war), the battle began. The Pueblos would attack and destroy Spanish settlements and soldiers. After the defeat, the Pueblos tried to destroy all evidence that the Spanish were there because the of how they were treated.
  • With the Spanish defeated, the survivors fled to El Paso as refugees. They stayed there for 12 years until returning to New Mexico.
  • When they returned, they were not greeted with weapons or murder. They weren't greeted at all. The Pueblos were scared that the Spanish were back to take revenge on them for the revolt, but that wasn't Don Diego de Varges's goal. Him and his crew agreed to be nicer until the Pueblos woouldn't leave Santa Fe. After that, Varges decided to attack and easily defeated and regained control of Santa Fe.
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