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Where did the Spanish bring in the colonies from to help secure their land?
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What event in Boston help bring the Britain and colonies closer to the war?
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How did the organization of spanish America help viceroys rule?
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Why did britain feel it was justified in passing the different taxes on the colonies?
Because it felt that it was the mother country and that the colonies existed only to help bring money, resources, and power to the parent country. And the money from the taxes was going towards the British regulars protecting the colonies from the French, Spanish and natives. The Brits figured the colonists could pay for their own protection.
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When did slavery start in the Spanish colonies?
The Spanish colonies in America started falling during the Peninsular War when Spain itself was under attack from Napoleonic troops. The start of the 19th century proved to be a turning stone for the Americans when they started independence movements throughout the country. This resulted in the loss of the Spanish colonies in Central America, North America and South America by 1825. During this time the Spanish lost most of their colonies in America except Cuba and Puerto Rico. This was often done with the help of the British Empire whose main interest was to break the Spanish monopoly in America. The 1898 Spanish-American War resulted in the loss of the remaining Spanish colonies in America. This was the end of the Spanish rule in America, after which the Spanish scattered all over the continent and settled in different places. But the Spanish colonies in America still existed for a while longer, mainly comprising of the poor immigrants or politically exiled Spanish, in Cuba, Mexico and Argentina. Be that as it may, the questions asked when slavery started in the Spanish Colonies. It started from the beginning. The Spaniards first enslaved native peoples, and when they died of disease and exhaustion, the Spanish brought over slaves from Africa to work the mines and fields.
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How did The Intolerable Acts help unite the colonies?
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Bernardo de Galvez was what and an what of the American colonies?
He was a viscount and Spanish military officer and colonial administrator. He served as colonial governor of Louisiana and Cuba. Later, he was viceroy of New Spain. In the American revolution he helped the 13 colonies and was the post commandant of Spanish troops in Louisiana with the rank of colonial. Spain secretly supplied help to the revolution under the leadership of Galvez.
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