African, mulatto, peninsulare social class
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Why are they here?
You are now mine.
Due to the death of the Natives, Pablo Peninsulare needs more slaves to grow his crops.
Pablo Peninsulare and his European brigade travel to Africa in desperate need of slaves.
The Peninsulares trade for the African slaves. They bring the slaves to the Americas on their ships. The slaves are treated very cruelly. They are crammed on the ship with little food and water. The conditions are so bad that some slaves even jump overboard! Many African never see land again.
The Pablo Peninsulare instantly puts the new African slaves to work. He forces them continue the Native's work by making them growing crops such as tobacco.
Some of Pablo's Peninsulares and Africans marry each other, and have Mulatto children (people of African and Spanish heritage).
Pablo continues to use Africans for slaves, which later leads to more slavery in America. This changes the social class because African slaves are now the lowest in the social class, while Natives are next, the mulattos follow, the mestizos are third, the criollos are second, and the peninsulares are on top.
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