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Conquistadors predominantly came from A. France. B. Spain. C. England. D. Portugal.
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User: Conquistadors predominantly came from A. France. B. Spain. C. England. D. Portugal.

Weegy: Conquistadors predominantly came from: SPAIN.



User: Which of the following islands is NOT a part of the Greater Antilles? A. Cuba B. Jamaica C. Grenada D. Puerto Rico

Weegy: Grenada is NOT a part of the Greater Antilles.
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User: Where did most of the world's silver come from between the 1600s and 1800s? A. Bolivia, Peru and Mexico B. Brazil, Japan and the Caribbean C. Venezuela, Guatemala and Cuba D. Canada, North America and Middle America

Weegy: Most of the world's silver come from between the 1600s and 1800s were from Bolivia, Peru and Mexico.

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User: Who were the first Native Americans that Christopher Columbus came in contact with? A. Taino B. Carib C. Aztec D. Ciboney

Weegy: Taino were the first Native Americans that Christopher Columbus came in contact with.
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User: What might keep a conquistador from converting the Native people he encountered? A. Conquistadors were not religious. B. The unconverted could be used as slaves. C. The native religions seemed more appealing. D. Conquistadors often converted to Native religions

Weegy: The native religions seemed more appealing might keep a conquistador from converting the Native people he encountered.
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