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Essay Dbq Spanish Conqueistadors
637 WordsFeb 7th, 20093 Pages
The Spanish conquistadors’ motives greatly affected the people living in the new world. These motives influenced the Native Americans in all different ways some ways better or bigger than others. Three of the biggest motives that effected the Native Americans were gold, Christianity, and glory. The first Spanish conquistadors’ motive that greatly affected the people living in the new world was the search for gold. You can see that this was a big motive by looking in documents two and three. In document two it talks about how Cortez got lots of money for going to the new world and he promised gold and Indian slaves to people going with him. This document shows how Cortez promised something valuable as gold to motivate people to accompany…show more content…
However towards the end of the document he starts realizing that the Indians have every right to reject Christianity and wage war against the Spanish, and at the end he even goes as far as to say that the Spanish invasion was wrong. Now when you look at how did this affect the Native Americans you see that it demolished their entire religion, it made them live by a code they didn’t believe in, and it you see Christianity basically took away their land and killed them all. The final Spanish conquistadors’ motive that greatly affected the people living in the new world was glory. This motive is plain to see in documents 3 and 5. In document three Cortez talks about how the war that he and his men are fighting in will bring them fame. In document five it’s the same thing it is Cortez who is plowing through the Indians land conquering everybody for respect in Spain. Now when you look at how did this affect the Native Americans you see that the Spanish conquistadors’ obsession with glory ended up harming Indians because the Spanish wanted conquer Indian lands so that they could win respect back in Spain. The Spanish conquistadors’ motives greatly affected the people living in the new world. Some motives involved the death or enslavement of innocent Indians. However we know that without the Spanish conquistadors the people of the America’s might have been a lot