An Atlas and Survey of Latin American History by LaRosa

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Cano stopped at the Spice Islands, headed around the Cape of Good Hope, and returned to Spain. The journey took three years. ”1 In a relatively short period of time, tiny Portugal came to dominate trade in much of the world. Technological innovation, careful planning, outright exploitation, and the perfection of overseas transportation were keys to Portuguese success. But Portuguese dominance of the seas would be short-lived, for the Spanish, Dutch, French, and English would all participate in this expanding and profitable venture during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries.

BIBLIOGRAPHY Ganson, Barbara. 2003. The Guaraní Under Spanish Rule in the Rio de la Plata. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Loveman, Brian. 1979. Chile: The Legacy of Hispanic Capitalism. New York: Oxford University Press. 38 39 4F Brazil in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries T he Portuguese colonial project in America differed dramatically from that of the Spaniards. First, Portugal could afford, in 1500, to neglect its American colony because its established trade network extended from Africa to Japan.

Herrera Editores. Vargas Llosa, Mario. 1990. ” Harpers, December. Wachtel, Nathan. 1977. The Vision of the Vanquished. Brighton: Harvester Press. 36 37 4E Toward the Deep Continental Conquest T he three major conquests in Latin America— that of the Caribbean islands, the Aztec Empire, and the Inca Empire—resulted in an important process of consolidation for Spanish imperial ambitions. The Spaniards sought control over the entire South American landmass (save Brazil). After 1532, new Spanish incursions would center on northern South America, focusing primarily on the Muisca civilization in what is today Colombia.

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