How did the Spanish get physically affected by the Pueblo Revolt?

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How did the Spanish get physically affected by the Pueblo Revolt?

What was some potential damage done to the Spanish by the Pueblo Revolt?

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How did the Spanish get physically affected by the Pueblo Revolt?

Most of them Lost their property and some lost lives in the rebellion while the survivors were evicted from the current residence, the province of Santa Fe de Nuevo México currently new mexico.


What was some potential damage done to the Spanish by the Pueblo Revolt?

1. Their property was destroyed or vandalised

2. People Lost lives

3. Body injuries sustained in the Rebellion


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400 of them were killed and the remaining 2000 were evicted from the province of Santa Fe de Nuevo México currently new mexico

stole Spanish horses to prevent them fleeing, sealed off roads leading to Santa Fe, and pillaged Spanish settlements. A total of 400 people were killed, including men, women, children, and 21 of the 33 Franciscan missionaries in New Mexico. Survivors fled to Santa Fe and Isleta Pueblo, 10 miles south of Albuquerque and one of the Pueblos that did not participate in the rebellion. By August 13, all the Spanish settlements in New Mexico had been destroyed and Santa Fe was besieged. The Pueblo surrounded the city and cut off its water supply. In desperation, on August 21, New Mexico Governor Antonio de Otermín, barricaded in the Governor’s Palace, sallied outside the palace with all of his available men and forced the Pueblo to retreat with heavy losses. He then led the Spaniards out of the city and retreated southward along the Rio Grande, headed for El Paso del Norte. The Pueblo shadowed the Spaniards but did not attack. The Spaniards who had taken refuge in Isleta had also retreated southward on August 15 and on September 6 the two groups of survivors, numbering 1,946, met at Socorro. About 500 of the survivors were Indian slaves. They were escorted to El Paso by a Spanish supply train. The Pueblo did not contest their passage out of New Mexico


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