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Michelle Andrea Urraca Ahumada
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What were established in New Spain’s cities? -They had established administrative functions, cultural centers, and hospitals as well as manufacturing of goods.
What were the observed changes in urban life in New Spain? -Were beginning street lighting with torches, increased street cleaning and the establishment of structure systems and good government.
What were the colonial cities most distinguished by their progress during the viceroyalty? -México, Tlaxcala, Oaxaca, Puebla, San Cristóbal, Pachuca, San Luis Potosí, Valladolid (Today Morelia), Guanajuato, Querétaro, Zacatecas, Durango, Taxco, Mérida y Guadalajara.
What were the first conquistadors interested in New Spain? -Interested in quick profits by obtaining gold, silver, though little of agriculture and land.
What happens after 1700? -The expansion of mining, agriculture and industry began.
Where it became New Spain? -Became a strategic point of international trade between Europe, Asia and America.
Who was the most powerful entity of the colonial? -The Church.
What happened during the reign of Philiph III? -Religious orders had acquired large tracts of land and accordingly the secular clergy lost tithes in the administered territories to the regular clergy.
Where did it become The Church? -Came to have significant capital and control large tracts of land, as landlord devotees donated property or money.
What was secularization? -The transfer of gods or ecclesiastical functions to individuals or the state.
What was one of the technical causes to development of mining during colonial times? -The discovery of mercury.
What has New Spain increased? -its agricultural production, and generated a great internal market.
How the economy revived? -As an increased demand for these items that generated a sophisticated.
What is a monopoly? -The concession by a body of authority to a company
Which was moved by the imposed ban to New Spain? -More development to handmade goods rather that assembling factories
What was the beginning of incipient industrial activity in New Spain? -The production of refined sugar, brown sugar and molasses.
What products exerted the Spanish government because of the inflexible monopoly? -Such as tobacco, textile products, gunpowder, pulque and cordovan.
Why did they use machines for? -For animal traction or hydraulic power driven by workers.
What will the number of workers become? -A greater than that of a craft workshop, and they were assembled in the same space.
When Spain declined as a maritime power? -In 1620.
Why did they use machines for? -For animal traction or hydraulic power driven by workers.
What will the number of workers become? -A greater than that of a craft workshop, and they were assembled in the same space.
What was happening while Spain lost power in Europe? -New Spain became strong, as the danger now began to invest in New Spain.
What services are established when the population grows? -Administrative, cultural and hospitals.
What kind of construction did they make? -Monuments, squares, gardens, churches, etc.
Guanajuato was made for mining? -Yes.
There were more afected people? -Yes.
In which region was the mining boosted the productivity? -Bajio.
In which century the Bajio was recognized in the bread basket? -In 19 century.
How many farms had New spain in that time? -445.
In which year the ores take a lot of value? - In 1805.
In the presents in Mexico exists that kind of privileges the royalty had? - Yes some inminities.
Why crown diminished the power of the church? -Because they need more control in the society.
Why the law protect this privilegies of the military and politics? -Because they have a higher charge in the society.
Which king made the reforms of the education? -Charles III
Where was the Bajio route? -In Zacatecas.
In what year the expulsion of jesuits was? -1767.
Who created the new taxes? -Charles III.
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