A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies Character Descriptions

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Bartolome De Las Casas - He was born in Spain and became a Franciscan Friar when he became of age. He traveled throughout the regions of the New World from the north of South America to modern day Florida. He tried very hard to bring justice to the natives. He was a very strong, fair, and compassionate person and was not scared to speak badly about the Spaniards that killed millions of natives.

Marcos de Niza - He was a Franciscan Friar that wrote a letter to the bishop of Mexico and later to the local authorities back in Spain about the horrible conditions in Peru and the atrocities that the Spaniards there were committing with no legal right. He experienced everything first-hand and was on the side of the natives because they were so generous and always treated the Europeans with kindness and generosity.

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