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  • 1. Chapter 5.4: Consequences of Spanish Exploration

2. 3. Oate founds New Mexico

  • Spanish lose interest in northern New Spain
  • Settlement slowly expands northwards

Map of New Spain, circa 1804 4. Oate founds New Mexico

  • Wants to control settlement
  • Juan de Oategranted the right to settle and govern the colony of New Mexico

King Philip II 5. Oate founds New Mexico

  • Led 500 settlers northward
  • Built settlement north of present-day Santa Fe

Juan de Oate 6. Oate founds New Mexico

  • Led expedition NE of Quivira
  • Crossed Texas Panhandle
  • FailedLoose Interest

Juan de Oate 7. 8. What are some effects of trading goods with other peoples or nations? 9. The Effects of Spanish Exploration

  • Europeans carried diseases such as smallpox and measles

10. The Effects of Spanish Exploration

  • Indians died from these diseases because they had not been exposed to them

11. The Effects of Spanish Exploration

  • Epidemic widespread outbreaks of diseases

12. The Effects of Spanish Exploration

  • Columbian Exchange the term describing the transfer of plants, animals, and diseases between the Americas and other continents since the time of Columbus

13. The Effects of Spanish Exploration

  • Spanish brought to America:bananas, cattle, horses, pigs
  • Spanish took to Europe:corn, peanuts, turkeys

14. Mad Cow Disease Japan had banned the import of U.S. beef due to fears of Mad Cow Disease 15. The Rise of the Plains Horse Culture

  • Mustangs- offspring of wild Spanish horses

16. The Rise of the Plains Horse Culture

  • Indians acquired horses through trade and raids
  • Horses greatly changed Indian life
  • Spanish horrified when they saw Apache riding on horseback

17. The Rise of the Plains Horse Culture

  • Spanish-Indian relations change after Plains Indians begin to use horses

18. The Apache Dominate the Plains

  • Relations between the Apache and Spanish werefriendlyat first

Apache Indians 19. The Apache Dominate the Plains

  • NM settlements raided
  • Apache unstoppable on horseback
  • Conflicts will continue

20. Spanish Exploration in Texas Effects on Spain Effects on Indians