A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies Setting & Symbolism

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Hispaniola appears in non-fiction

This is the first place to be conquered and is a land rich with rivers, mountains and plains in addition to very high quality gold.

Puerto Rico and Jamaica appears in non-fiction

These two lands are rich with milk and honey. After the Spanish arrived, fewer than two hundred original natives were left between the two islands.

The Mainland appears in non-fiction

This area consisted of the land between southern Central America and northern South America.

Nicaragua appears in non-fiction

Nicaragua was known as a beautiful and fertile region with a healthy climate and prosperous people. The size of the towns were very large and were supported by the local produce which was always in abundance. The terrain is flat with no mountains and when the Spaniards arrived the people were very reluctant to leave and tried their best to stay in their land...

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