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Conquistadors

For God, Glory and Gold, was their rallying cry, but the conquest of much of the New World by Spanish conquistadors, driven by a mentality reminiscent of the medieval crusaders, was surely one of history's turning points, but even in the 16th century, questions were asked about the morality of their exploits.

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Who was the Aztec King?

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I don't really know maybe try a book!

Or wikipedia.

What type of tools did Vasco Nunez De Balboa use?

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Vasco Nnunes del Balboa used and astrolabe and a traverse board to sail to the Istas e Panama.

What year did Juan Ponce De Leon find Florida?

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Juan Ponce de Leon first came to Florida in 1513. In 1521 de Leon later returned to perform a permanent settlement. The Native Americans didn't like that idea so they declared war. Juan Ponce de Leon was injured in the leg forcing him to retreat to the nearby island of Cuba where he died from his injury.

What was the name of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado's ship?

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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.

What reward were conquistadors given for conquering the Indian people?

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Conquistadors were rewarded with several benefits for conquering the Indian people. These rewards included land, slaves, and precious metals such as gold and silver. Additionally, they were granted titles of nobility and given control over the newly conquered territories.

Who was a spanish nobleman who went looking for cibola?

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Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, a Spanish nobleman, went looking for the fabled city of Cibola in the 16th century. However, he didn't find the city but instead became one of the first Europeans to explore and document parts of present-day Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona.

What was the most significant cause of death among the Native Americans after the Conquistador landed?

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The most significant cause of death among Native Americans after the arrival of the Conquistadors was the introduction of infectious diseases, such as smallpox, measles, and influenza. The Native American population had no immunity to these diseases, which led to devastating outbreaks and decimated their populations.

What country was Hernando de Soto from?

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he came from Spain and explored many places including north America

Did de soto have kids?

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He was married to iseabelle de bobadilla, but did not have no children

When did Hernado de Soto set sail?

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De Soto first sailed on a 1514 expedition led by Pedro Arias Dávila to the West Indies. (De Soto was about 17 or 18 at the time)

Where did Hernando De Soto find the gold?

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He found the gold in the southeastern part of Florida

What did Hernando De Soto find or see?

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Hernando De Soto (1496-1542) was a Spanish explorer, a conquistador who gained riches as part of Pizarro's conquest of the Incas of Peru in 1533. He was rewarded with the governorship of Cuba and a royal charter to colonize North America.

His expedition traveled to Florida from Cuba in 1539, and explored much of the Gulf Coast and what is now the southeastern US, from the Carolinas west into Texas. He died in southern Arkansas or northern Louisiana in 1542. He is considered to be the first European to see and cross the Mississippi River.

Who did Hernando de Soto work for?

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Hernando de Soto was a Spanish conquistador who landed in present-day Florida in 1539, then tore around the southeastern and midwestern parts of North America until he died in 1542.

What type of clothing did Hernando de soto wear?

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He usually wore pants and his sleeves rolled up and boots. Also he wore a belt w/ a compass or telescope.

Why is Hernando de Soto important?

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Hernando De Soto is exploring to find the "fountain of youth" but instead found the Mississippi River and the land it drained.