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In Spanish colonial society, creoles were… A. native-born descendants of Spanish settlers. B. people of Native American and European descent. C. people born in Spain who were living
in the Americas. D. people of African and European descent.
A creole in Spanish colonial society was a colonist who was born in Latin America to Spanish parents. So the answer is A. native-born descendants of Spanish settlers.
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User: In Spanish colonial society, creoles were… A. native-born descendants of Spanish settlers. B. people of Native American and European descent. C. people born in Spain who were living in the Americas. D. people of African and European descent.

Weegy: A creole in Spanish colonial society was a colonist who was born in Latin America to Spanish parents. So the answer is A. native-born descendants of Spanish settlers.
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User: The population of New France grew slowly because… A. the harsh winters kept many French from settling there. B. Catholics were prohibited from settling in the colony. C. Native Americans in the region attacked settlers. D. trappers could not get fair prices for their furs.

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User: The population of New France grew slowly because… A. the harsh winters kept many French from settling there. B. Catholics were prohibited from settling in the colony. C. Native Americans in the region attacked settlers. D. trappers could not get fair prices for their furs.

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