Reading: Ch. 1. Conquerors and Victims: The Image of America Forms XXXXXXXXXX Ch. 2. The Spanish Borderlands and the Making of an Empire XXXXXXXXXX Learning Objectives: Identify why nationwide...

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Reading:


Ch. 1. Conquerors and Victims: The Image of America Forms (1500-1800) 3


Ch. 2. The Spanish Borderlands and the Making of an Empire (1810-1898) 27


Learning Objectives:



  • Identify why nationwide elections cannot be won without the vote of Latinas/os.

  • Begin to think about the relationship between U.S. economic and political domination over Latin America and the massive Latina/o presence in the U.S..

  • Probe into the role of race during the conquest of the Americas.

  • Examine the treatment of the Native populations in North America versus in Central America and the Caribbean.

  • Explore how nineteenth century U.S. economic growth flowed directly from the Angloconquestof Spanish-speakingAmerica.

  • Examine Simon Bolivar, the greatLiberatorof South America, shifting considerations of the U.S.


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Reading Guide Questions:



  • How do we know that the increase of Latinas/os in the U.S. is not always welcomed?

  • Why did fewer Natives perish in the English colonies?

  • How did the institution of marriage play a distinctive role in Spanish society?

  • Why did Jefferson and Monroe want to keep things neutral with Spain during the early 1800s?

  • What did it take for Simone Bolivar to speak out against slavery?

  • What changed about Bolivar's sentiment towards the U.S. towards the end of his life?












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Answer To: Reading: Ch. 1. Conquerors and Victims: The Image of America Forms XXXXXXXXXX Ch. 2. The Spanish...

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How do we know that the increase of Latinas/os in the U.S. is not always welcomed?
There are a lot
of immigration that takes place in USA, one of the famous being intrusion of Latinos. Although Latinos are quite familiar with the immigration system yet the original inhabitants dislike such collaboration among people. Continuous presence of humane immigration have reformed the way people living in US behave. Infact an anti-immigrant bill has also been introduced in the Congress (Cathcart & Gabel-Brett, 2016).
Why did fewer Natives perish in the English colonies?
Indeed, this is absolutely true since people like to create their niche involving only people of their community. Therefore, perishing in the English colonies is not an easy task. Thereby, creating one’s own identity among the already existing inhabitants of English colonies will not be possible for every native to perish....
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