Coronado mistreated native Americans for one thing he strangled a native American
Francisco Coronado was nice to the indians.
The Zuni and Pueblo Indians.
1,000 Indians and 300 soldiers
Well on his expedition he got in a battle with the Pueblo Indians and got injured but survived
They slaughtered them
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado did not have a ship. His expedition consisting of 300 Spanish soldiers and a thousand Indians set off from Mexico on foot or on horseback to explore the American southwest looking for the golden cities.
Plains Indians were nomads. .Francisco Vasquez de Coronado was one of the first explorers to encounter these Indians. Buffalo was their main source of food and their migration was followed. They lived in teepees.
Pueblo Indians were the southwest Indians discovered by Coronado. He gave them the name "Pueblo" because they were settled and not nomadic.
Explorer Francisco Vazquez de Coronado led an expedition through the Grand Canyon and the southwestern United States. He encountered Zuni Indians in New Mexico as well as Pueblo Indian populations.
The part of his expedition reached Arizona after surviving the winter on the Rio Grande at Cuana (they were threatened by small group of indians which was routed).
They were the 1540 to1541 battles between the army of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado and the Pueblo Indians in present day New Mexico.
He and his men abused the Pueblo Indians and forced them to become slaves. I'll let you decide whether he was a good man or not.
Francisco Coronado probably wore a pair of tights and a type of undershirt called a tunic. He also wore heavy armor plate that covered most of his body and a very large helmet. His appearance was very intimidating to the Mexican Indians he met.
The Grand Canyon
Querechos were a Native American tribe named by Coronado. Historians agree the group was made up of Apache and Navajo Indians.
yes he was very rude and mean. the Indians told him the story of Quivira (a wild goose chase) to get him off their land because they hated him so much.
No they did notMEActually, Coronado did kill some Pueblos, but it was only due to diseases he and his crew had brought over.GhostBustersF
The 1540 to 1541 battles between Coronado and the Pueblo Indians.
John Cabot came in contct with the Mohawk Indians
Coronado was apparently seeking the legendary "Seven Cities of Gold" which were rumored to exist in the Sonoran Desert in what is now the US Southwest. His expedition from 1540 to 1542 was mostly fruitless, but he did subjugate some of the Zuni Indians, and explored as far as the Great Plains and what is now northern Texas.