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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.
Thus, the three separate expeditions arrived at the Muisca capital at about the same time, leading historians Frank Safford and Marco Palacios to quip that this meeting “must . . ”1 The reality, however, was less than picturesque, as the Muisca peoples were quickly subdued by the Europeans, and their culture was forever changed. The Europeans exacted tribute in the form of food, clothing, land, labor, salt, and emeralds from this civilization. Present-day Chile was settled after the Spaniards had established rule over much of Peru.
1516–1556) created the Spanish Empire, and Charles II, the last Hapsburg king to rule Spain, died childless in 1700. The essential infrastructure of Spain’s overseas empire was set down during Hapsburg rule. One central characteristic of Spaniards is their affinity for cities and city life. This tradition dates back to the period when Spain was occupied by the Romans, and later by Muslims. Both civilizations imparted the idea of the city as center of civilization, and the great cities of Spain are architectural and cultural monuments that express fundamental elements of Spanish character.