Native American Repercussion

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I personally think the Spanish taking over the Native Americans generally caused a negative repercussion. Even Bartolome’s actions reflect upon a very belittling point of view, as he forgives them because of their undeveloped lives. It feels as if they all did it just for the gaining of land and resources, and not to actually bond with them, so to speak. I personally think the Spanish taking over the Native Americans generally caused a negative repercussion. Even Bartolome’s actions reflect upon a very belittling point of view, as he forgives them because of their undeveloped lives. It feels as if they all did it just for the gaining of land and resources, and not to actually bond with them, so to speak. Despite the fact that Spain was able to expand and advance faster than the Americas due to its geographical location, there were some factors that was indirectly mentioned. One of them includes the fact that they do not have religion. This cements the fact that Spanish people are narrow minded and assumes that they do not have a religion. They assume that without religion, “it is not a society”.…show more content…
One of them includes the fact that they do not have religion. This cements the fact that Spanish people are narrow minded and assumes that they do not have a religion. They assume that without religion, “it is not a society”. No, because native Americans are already living with the religion of their own, and their own cultural life. Forcing a whole new religious system into a already set culture would just anger the natives. Even though Bortolome may have had a good influence, the tribe will not accept the religion in to their
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