Era Of Conquest Analysis

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I will be keenly and succinctly investing the circulating claims that ' 'European men had little use for women in the era of conquest in the Americas, hence the lack of European women on voyages to the Caribbean up to the 1650s ' '. I will arrive at a measured conclusion, stating if the affirmations made is prejudice or nonpartisan, with the aid of credible sources which has been corroborated to avoid inaccuracy. The era of conquest which materialized over the period of 300 years spawned with the objective to colonize the Americas, this notion was manifested through Christopher Columbus who was patronized by the castile crown to venture into uncharted territory, the new world. The quest to colonize the new world transported him to …show more content…
2). Tanio women were used to quench the gratification of the European men, in addition, they became subjected to form surrogate families ,the Europeans mated with the tanio women and produced offspring. This act of exploitation of the tanioes is a significant contribution to the Europeans era of conquest, they received both pleasure and labor from the tanio women, an abyss of a void which the delicate European women were incapable of …show more content…
Wealth accumulation and development was the paramount goal, for this to be realized there was a great demand for labor which the tanio men and women filled and this is prominent in the encomineda

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