Indian Country 52 #36 - Honoring Mutilators - David Bernie
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David Bernie Indian Country 52 36 Honoring Mutilators

Indian Country 52 #36 – Honoring Mutilators

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“Public statues and tributes to early Spanish conquerors are facing mounting criticism tied to the brutal treatment of American Indians centuries ago by Spanish soldiers and missionaries, with activists drawing ethical parallels to the national controversy over Confederate monuments.

From California to Florida, historical markers and commonplace names trace the path of the 16th century Spanish conquistadors and missionaries who explored and settled land inhabited by American Indians in what is now the U.S. Few, if any, of the monuments honoring them have come down.

The Spanish presence is particularly noticeable in parts of the Southwest, which Spaniards controlled for about 300 years. In northern New Mexico, statues and annual re-enactments recognize two colonizers who quelled armed uprisings by American Indians and meted out reprisals that included slavery and executions.”

– KRQE News, US monuments to Spanish conquest facing mounting criticism.

 

“Public statues and tributes to early Spanish conquerors are facing mounting criticism tied to the brutal treatment of American Indians centuries ago by Spanish soldiers and missionaries, with activists drawing ethical parallels to the national controversy over Confederate monuments.

From California to Florida, historical markers and commonplace names trace the path of the 16th century Spanish conquistadors and missionaries who explored and settled land inhabited by American Indians in what is now the U.S. Few, if any, of the monuments honoring them have come down.

The Spanish presence is particularly noticeable in parts of the Southwest, which Spaniards controlled for about 300 years. In northern New Mexico, statues and annual re-enactments recognize two colonizers who quelled armed uprisings by American Indians and meted out reprisals that included slavery and executions.”

– US News, US Monuments to Spanish Conquest Facing Mounting Criticism.

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David Bernie Honoring Mutilators Sante Fe Indian Country 52 Week 36

David Bernie Honoring Mutilators Sante Fe Indian Country 52 Week 36

David Bernie Honoring Mutilators Sante Fe Indian Country 52 Week 36

 

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