The Natives and peninsular social class

The Natives and peninsular social class

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  • We have finally found land.
  • Who are they?
  • Their skin is white.
  • One day, a White Peninsulare named Pablo Peninsualre sees land, which happens to be Latin America.
  • aquí está el oro
  • The Pablo and his European brigade of Peninsulares arrive in Latin America to find the Natives.
  • The Peninsulares and Natives engage in a deadly fight. The Peninsulares fight for control, while the Natives fight for their freedom. Throughout this battle, the Peninsulares have many advantages such as cannons, horses, and war dogs.
  • We have conquered Latin America.
  • Pablo makes the Natives his slaves. They Natives are forced to plant crops and gather natural resources such as gold and silver. Also, Pablo forces the Natives to speak Spanish and he converts them to Christianity.
  • Unfortunately, many Natives die from Peninsulare diseases. However, some surviving Natives do marry Peninsulares, and have Mestizo children.
  • The Peninsulares have Criollo children (people with Spanish heritage, born in Latin America). The social class in Latin America has the Natives second-to-last, the Mestizos are behind the Criollos, the Criollos are behind the Peninsulares, while the Peninsulares are the top of the social class.
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