According to the passage, what were effects of the homestead act? check...
The Homestead Act was a legislative provision of the United States according to which 160 acres (65 hectares) of state land were assigned to those who requested it in the wilds outside the borders of the thirteen original colonies. The new law provided for three phases: an assignment request, the commitment to work the assigned land and obtaining the title of property. Those who had never fought against the US government and, among them, freed slaves, could apply for assignment to a local local office.
As a result of it, the population grew in the territories, due to the immigration to those areas, and cattle ranching industry grew as the new settlers were commited to work the assigned lands.
pizarro staged a mock trial and found atahualpa guilty of revolting against the spanish, practicing idolatry, and murdering huáscar, his brother. atahualpa was sentenced to execution by burning. he was horrified, since the inca believed that the soul would not be able to go on to the afterlife if the body were burned.
when christopher columbus arrived on the bahamian island of guanahani (san salvador) in 1492, he encountered the taíno people, whom he described in letters as "naked as the day they were born." taíno influences survived, however, and today appear in the beliefs, religions, language, and music of caribbean cultures.
ad 1492: taíno meet columbus; “new world” gets new diseases. in the bahamas, the taíno are 125,000 strong in 1492 when they encounter the crew and the italian captain of three spanish ships. christopher columbus seeks a shorter sea route to india to spain get a foothold in the profitable spice trade.
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