What Is Encomienda?


Developed originally as a way of securing an adequate and cheap source of labor, An encomienda is a system of tributory labor that was originally established in spanish america.
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a encomienda is as simple as possible its a labor system .
Encomienda was a system of tributory labor established in Spanish America. Developed as a means
the original intent was to reduce the abuses of forced labour, in practice it became a form of enslavement. so the answer is: b.a forced labor system.
The encomienda system was employed by the Spanish to regulate Native American labor and in theory protect them from abuse. The system functioned by granting a person a specific number
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[en-koh-mee-en-duh, -kom-ee-; Spanish eng-kaw-myen-dah]
the system, instituted in 1503, under which a Spanish soldier or colonist was granted a tract of land or a village together with its Indian inhabitants.
the land or village together with its inhabitants.
Source: Dictionary.com
Encomienda is a very political issue that involves Spanish descendants that live in parts of America. It is there social and racial relations labor system.
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