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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: Sources/Links

    Civilization 4: Colinization: Sources/Links

    Official Firaxis Games Site: http://www.firaxis.com/games/game_detail.php?gameid=21 Take2 Games Release: http://ir.take2games.com/ReleaseDet...eleaseID=315205 Civilization Website: http://www.civilization.com Take2 Games Website: http://www.take2games.com/ Firaxis Games Website: http://www.firaxis.com E3 Gamespot: http://e3.gamespot.com/story.html?s...4086&pid=946846 IGN http://au.pc.ign.com/articles/890/890527p1.html Gamed: http://www.gamed.nl/view/43390 ShackNews: http://www.shacknews.com/featuredarticle.x?id=929 GamePlanet: http://www.gameplanet.co.nz/news/13...on-screenshots/ GamersGlobal: http://www.gamersglobal.com/news/1122 Fidgit: http://fidgit.com/archives/2008/07/colonization.php GameZone: http://pc.gamezone.com/gzreviews/p35603.htm GameSpy: http://au.pc.gamespy.com/pc/civiliz...d/891987p1.html Other Gamesport - Meier on revolutionizing Colonization: http://au.gamespot.com/news/6192569.html Wikipedia Colonization: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coloni...(computer_game) Gamespy Coverage: http://au.pc.gamespy.com/pc/civilization-game-untitled/ Gamespy Preview: http://pc.gamespy.com/pc/civilizati...d/884502p1.html Gamespot Coverage: http://au.gamespot.com/pc/strategy/...=result;title;0 Gamespot Preview: http://au.gamespot.com/pc/strategy/...1&mode=previews IGN Coverage: http://au.pc.ign.com/objects/890/890713.html IGN Preview: http://au.pc.ign.com/articles/884/884665p1.html GamesRadar Preview: http://www.gamesradar.com/pc/sid-me...610141033312078 1UP Preview: http://www.1up.com/do/previewPage?cId=3168463 AskMen Preview: http://ca.askmen.com/gaming/pc/Sid-...review-1-1.html Worthplaying Preview: http://www.worthplaying.com/article.php?sid=53641 ...
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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: Game Tables

    Civilization 4: Colinization: Game Tables



    Playable Nations

    Nation Leaders Traits
    Dutch Adriaen van der Donck Mercantile
    Charismatic
    Peter Stuyvesant Mercantile
    Industrious
    England John Adams Tolerant
    Disciplined
    George Washington Tolerant
    Libertarian
    France Samuel de Champlain Cooperative
    Enterprising
    Louis de Frontenac Cooperative
    Militaristic
    Spain Simon Bolivar Conquistador
    Determined
    Jose de San Martin Conquistador
    Resourceful

    Traits

    Trait Effect Charismatic +100% time between tax increases. Conquistador +25% versus Natives. Cooperative Natives are more tolerant towards territory encroachment.-50% time spent living among Natives to learn a new skill. Determined +100% bells effect on rebel strength. Disciplined -50% soldier equipment required. Enterprising +100% Native conversion rate from missions. Industrious +25% hammers in all settlements. Libertarian +25% bells in all settlements. Mercantile Market prices are less sensitive. Militaristic Free promotion (Grenadier I) for mounted a...
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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: Maps & Scenarios

    Civilization 4: Colinization: Maps & Scenarios



    Americas

    This style of map will be a random map with two continents north and south connected in the middle by an ithmus.

    Caribbean

    This style of map will be a random map featuring land surrounding a large bay full of islands.

    Accurate North and South America

    This map will be an accurate map of North and South America.

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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: Constitution

    Civilization 4: Colinization: Constitution



    Constitution

    Details of the Constitution will be listed here as they become available.

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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: Founding Fathers

    Civilization 4: Colinization: Founding Fathers



    Founding Fathers

    Portrait Category Name Attributes Trade Adam Smith 50% faster production of textile mill, coat factory, rum factory, cigar factory. Trade Alexander Hamilton +3 hammers per Town Hall. Exploration Alexander von Humboldt 50% faster production of College & University Politics Alexis de Tocqueville +50% education in every settlement+3 bells per University Religion Bartolome de las Casas +50% native conversion rate from missions Politics Ben Franklin +3 bells per printing press & newspaper Politics Betsy Ross +3 cloth per weaver's house+3 cloth per weaver's shop+3 cloth per textile mill Military Chief Powhatan +50% strength for converted natives Trade Cyrus McCormick +1 wheat on plots with 2 wheat+50% sugar per settlement Military Diego Velazquez de Cuellar Provides 3 indentured servants Military Dom Pedro I +50% Great General emergenceFree promotion (Veteran 1 & Minuteman 1) Trade Eli Whitney +50% cotton in all settlements Military Ethan Allen Free promotion (Ranger 1, Mountaineer 1) Military Francisco Pizarra Free promotion (Looter) Military Francisco de Coronado +1 movement for Dragoon Religion Gabriel Lallemant 50% faster production of church & cathedral Exploration Giovanni da Verrazano Provides 1 Caravel Exploration Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada Reveals all plots with burial grounds & ancient ruins Religion Gregorio de Mattos e Guerra +2 bells per church+3 bells per cathedral Military Hernan Cortes Free stockade in every settlement Military Hernando de Soto Free promotion (grenadier 1) Exploration Jacques Marquette +1 movement for scout Politics James Madison +3 guns per armory+3 guns per magazine+ 3 guns per arsenal Trade Jan de Witt -50% tools required for buildings Religion John Harvard Free schoolhouse in every settlement Trade John Jacob Astor +50% furs in every settlement Politics John Jay +25% bells in every settlement Military John Paul Jones Provides 1 Frigate Trade John Rolfe +25% tobacco in every settlement Exploration John Smith -50% cost of native land purchasing Politics John Winthrop +1 cross per town hall Exploration Juan Ponce de Leon 2 times as likely to get treasure from ancient ruins Exploration Juan de Bermudez +1 movement for caravel+1 movement for merchantman+1 movement for galleon Religion Juan de Sepulveda Provides 2 converted natives Exploration Lewis and Clark -50% pioneer equipment needed+1 movement for wagon train Trade Lord Baltimore Increases cross production by the tax rate Military Marquis de La Fayette Increases gun production by the tax rate Religion Nathaniel Hawthorne Provides 3 elder statesman Politics Patrick Henry +3 bells per town hall Military Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve Free promotion (Formation)+1 movement for converted natives Exploration Pedro Alvares Cabral -50% travel time to Europe Trade Peter Minuit -25% cost of recruiting units in Europe Politics Pocahontas Strengthens relations with natives Religion Roger Williams +25% converstion rate from missionsStrengthens relations with natives Politics Samuel Adams Increases bell production by tax rate Religion Sor Juana +3 crosses per church+3 crosses per cathedral Religion Thomas Hooker Provides three jesuit missionaries Politics Thomas Paine Increases hammer production by tax rate Exploration Vasco Nunez de Balboa +25% defense in all settlements Politics Washington Irving +1 bell per schoolhouse+2 bells per college+3 bells per university Religion William Brewster -25% cost of native land purchasing Religion William Penn +3 crosses per town hallStengthens relations with natives ...
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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: Natives

    Civilization 4: Colinization: Natives



    Natives

    Apache
    Mangas Coloradas

    War Chief of the Apache
    Lived: c.1793 - 1863

    Mangas Coloradas was the leader of the Apache during a period of extended conflict between his people and the Americans that later became known as the Apache Wars. Little is known of Coloradas's early life. But by the 1830s, the Apache leader found himself in an exceedingly difficult position. His territory, wedged uncomfortably between the newly-formed and highly ambitious Mexican nation and the manifest-destiny obsessed United States, became even more valuable when great troves of copper and gold were discovered to lie beneath its soil.

    The Mexicans struck first, beginning a campaign of annihilation against the Apache. The Apache fought back with fervor, creating a force that included two of the greatest native warriors in history - Cochise, leader of the Chiricahua Apache, and later, Geronimo, the seemingly invincible medicine man of the Chiricahua. Bloodshed continued between the Mexicans and the Apache until the United States stepped in, declaring formal war on Mexico in 1846. Coloradas granted the American troops safe passage through his lands and even offered Apache support to the Americans if they would guarantee the natives' sovereignty.

    Such a deal, however, would never be struck. The call of gold and copper in the Apache territory was too much for the American miners, who increasingly trespassed on Apache soil. The specific incident that drove Coloradas to war is disputed. Some claim his family was murdered. Others believe he was bound to a tree by miners, whipped, and left for dead. Whatever the cause, the effect is known - Mangas began a brutal war against the Americans, both miners and soldiers alike. Back and forth raids by Apache warriors and American soldiers turned the whole of the American Southwest into a battlefield.

    By 1862, the war had reached an uneasy calm. Coloradas, who had spent nearly all of the past four decades at war, was lured by the offer of peace made by an American general. Upon arriving for the talks, Mangas was bound, tortured and executed. This stunning act of duplicity drove Cochise and Geronimo to resume all-out war against the Americans. Geronimo, the last great Apache leader to be captured, would not cease to fight until 1886.


    Arawak
    Agueybana

    Cacique of the Arawaks
    Lived: c.1460 - 1510 The name "Agueybana," literally meaning "Great Sun" in the Taino language, refers to two brothers, both natives of the island today known as Puerto Rico. Agueybana I, born between 1460 and 1480, was leader of the Taino, a branch of the Arawaks. In 1508, the first Spanish explorers arrived to colonize the island. Agueybana and the Europeans soon negotiated a mutually beneficial agreement. In return for protection from the other tribes of the region, Agueybana's tribe would labor for the Spaniards, mining the island's rich gold resources. The equitable terms of the deal would not last for long. The lust for gold drove the Spaniards to require more and more from their volunteer labor force and before long, it became apparent that Agueybana had negotiated his people into slavery. Unfortunately, he was unable to rectify his error. Whether through overwork, old age or illness (European disease had begun to ravage the island), Agueybana passed away in 1510. Over the following year, Agueybana's brother took up the mantle of leadership, as well as his brother's name, becoming Agueybana II. Through covert planning, Agueybana II organized...

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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: Spanish Profile

    Civilization 4: Colinization: Spanish Profile



    Spanish Profile

    Spanish Monarchy The Spanish monarchy of the 15th century rose from almost six hundred years of intermarrying between four families--the Houses of Castile, Leon, Aragon, and Navarre. The kings of Spain, however, were of little consequence among the crowned heads of Europe until the 13th century. Before that time, they lived in uncomfortably cramped quarters in the north of Spain, shut off from the south by the occupation of the Moors. But with the victory of the Castilian King Alfonso VIII at the Battle of the Navas de Tolosa in 1212 AD, the Spanish monarchs began a slow push to reclaim the peninsula that would continue for the next three hundred years. In the 15th century, two of the four kingdoms of Spain would rise to supremacy -- Castile in the west and Aragon in the east. The marriage of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon -- who became known as the Catholic Kings -- brought nearly all of Spain together under the control of one monarchy. And in 1492, they would change the face of Spain forever, for in that year the Catholics overtook the last Moorish stronghold in Spain, uniting the country for the first time in history. And of course in the same year a certain Christopher Columbus would make an extraordinary discovery, giving the Spanish monarchs the largest and wealthiest empire since the fall of the Caesars. ...

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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: French Profile

    Civilization 4: Colinization: French Profile



    French Profile

    French Monarchy
    Founded: 486 AD After the fall of Rome in 476 AD, the citizens of Gaul were left without a ruler. It would be only 10 short years, however, before the region's first King, Clovis I, a member of the House of Merovingian, established the first Frankish kingdom. The four hundred year reign of the Merovingian's dynasty was plagued with uncertainty, betrayal and infighting. Not until the rise of a king known as Charles the Great - also known as Charlemagne - established the Carolingian dynasty in 800 AD did the true beginnings of the French monarchy take hold. Roughly two hundred years later, Hugh Capet, a relative through marriage of the Carolingians, would rise to the throne and establish the house that ruled France for the next eight hundred years - the Capetians. From their seat of power in Ile-de-France (the current location of the French capital Paris), the Capetians split into numerous branches over the centuries. Several of these branches came into great power, including the Valois, who ruled France from 1328 until 1589, and the Bourbon, who ruled from 1589 until the French Revolution in 1792. So widespread was the power of the Capetian line that their descendents held thrones from Constantinople to Portugal. ...

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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: English Profile

    Civilization 4: Colinization: English Profile



    English Profile

    English Monarchy
    Founded: 927 AD The modern English monarchy was born out of a long series of external conquests and internal revolutions. Most historians date the beginnings of the English monarchy to the ninth century, when the Anglo-Saxon House of Wessex successfully established sovereignty over numerous other prominent houses. The House of Wessex would rule England nearly uninterrupted until 1066 AD, with only a brief thirty year gap in the 10th century when they were temporarily removed from power by Viking invaders. In 1066 AD, the Norman conqueror William crossed the English Channel, defeated the restored Wessex monarchy at the Battle of Hastings, and began nearly four hundred years of rule over England by kings of French lineage. This lineage, known as the Plantagenets, were descendents of the count of Anjou, a region in northern France. The Plantagenets eventually split into two other English Royal Houses, the House of Lancaster, which ruled England 1399 until 1471, and the House of York, who took control after the removal of the Lancesters and ruled until 1485. In 1485 a Welsh nobleman named Henry VII, a member of the House of Tudor, overthrew the House of York, giving rise to the monarchy that would change England to a greater degree than any before it. King Henry VIII, the second Tudor king, turned the small island nation of England from a speck on the periphery of Europe...

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  • Civilization 4: Colinization: Overview

    Civilization 4: Colinization: Overview



    Civ4: Colonization - Overview

    Civilization IV: Colonization puts you in the role of Viceroy of the New World. You are sent by your King and country to establish colonies in the newly-discovered Americas that lie to the west. You face many of the same challenges that faced colonial organizers of the time-competition from other Old World powers, strange native cultures, the problems of establishing profitable trade programs, and the problems of organizing an army from a rag-tag band of colonists. The game begins with the European discovery of the Americas (1492) and continues until approximately the time of the American Revoluti...

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    • Civilization 4: Colinization: Sources/Links
      Dale
      Official Firaxis Games Site: http://www.firaxis.com/games/game_detail.php?gameid=21 Take2 Games Release: http://ir.take2games.com/ReleaseDet...eleaseID=315205 Civilization Website: http://www.civilization.com Take2 Games Website: http://www.take2games.com/ Firaxis Games Website: http://www.firaxis.com E3 Gamespot: http://e3.gamespot.com/story.html?s...4086&pid=946846 IGN http://au.pc.ign.com/articles/890/890527p1.html Gamed: http://www.gamed.nl/view/43390 ShackNews: http://www.shacknews.com/featuredarticle.x?id=929 GamePlanet: http://www.gameplanet.co.nz/news/13...on-screenshots/ GamersGlobal: http://www.gamersglobal.com/news/1122 Fidgit: http://fidgit.com/archives/2008/07/colonization.php GameZone: http://pc.gamezone.com/gzreviews/p35603.htm GameSpy: http://au.pc.gamespy.com/pc/civiliz...d/891987p1.html Other Gamesport - Meier on revolutionizing Colonization: http://au.gamespot.com/news/6192569.html Wikipedia Colonization: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coloni...(computer_game) Gamespy Coverage: http://au.pc.gamespy.com/pc/civilization-game-untitled/ Gamespy Preview: http://pc.gamespy.com/pc/civilizati...d/884502p1.html Gamespot Coverage: http://au.gamespot.com/pc/strategy/...=result;title;0 Gamespot Preview: http://au.gamespot.com/pc/strategy/...1&mode=previews IGN Coverage: http://au.pc.ign.com/objects/890/890713.html IGN Preview: http://au.pc.ign.com/articles/884/884665p1.html GamesRadar Preview: http://www.gamesradar.com/pc/sid-me...610141033312078 1UP Preview: http://www.1up.com/do/previewPage?cId=3168463 AskMen Preview: http://ca.askmen.com/gaming/pc/Sid-...review-1-1.html Worthplaying Preview: http://www.worthplaying.com/article.php?sid=53641 ...
      October 6, 2012, 20:10
    • Civilization 4: Colinization: Game Tables
      Dale


      Playable Nations

      Nation Leaders Traits
      Dutch Adriaen van der Donck Mercantile
      Charismatic
      Peter Stuyvesant Mercantile
      Industrious
      England John Adams Tolerant
      Disciplined
      George Washington Tolerant
      Libertarian
      France Samuel de Champlain Cooperative
      Enterprising
      Louis de Frontenac Cooperative
      Militaristic
      Spain Simon Bolivar Conquistador
      Determined
      Jose de San Martin Conquistador
      Resourceful

      Traits

      Trait Effect Charismatic +100% time between tax increases. Conquistador +25% versus Natives. Cooperative Natives are more tolerant towards territory encroachment.-50% time spent living among Natives to learn a new skill. Determined +100% bells effect on rebel strength. Disciplined -50% soldier equipment required. Enterprising +100% Native conversion rate from missions. Industrious +25% hammers in all settlements. Libertarian +25% bells in all settlements. Mercantile Market prices are less sensitive. Militaristic Free promotion (Grenadier I) for mounted a...
      October 6, 2012, 20:08
    • Civilization 4: Colinization: Maps & Scenarios
      Dale


      Americas

      This style of map will be a random map with two continents north and south connected in the middle by an ithmus.

      Caribbean

      This style of map will be a random map featuring land surrounding a large bay full of islands.

      Accurate North and South America

      This map will be an accurate map of North and South America.

      October 6, 2012, 20:07
    • Civilization 4: Colinization: Constitution
      Dale


      Constitution

      Details of the Constitution will be listed here as they become available.

      October 6, 2012, 20:06
    • Civilization 4: Colinization: Founding Fathers
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      Founding Fathers

      Portrait Category Name Attributes Trade Adam Smith 50% faster production of textile mill, coat factory, rum factory, cigar factory. Trade Alexander Hamilton +3 hammers per Town Hall. Exploration Alexander von Humboldt 50% faster production of College & University Politics Alexis de Tocqueville +50% education in every settlement+3 bells per University Religion Bartolome de las Casas +50% native conversion rate from missions Politics Ben Franklin +3 bells per printing press & newspaper Politics Betsy Ross +3 cloth per weaver's house+3 cloth per weaver's shop+3 cloth per textile mill Military Chief Powhatan +50% strength for converted natives Trade Cyrus McCormick +1 wheat on plots with 2 wheat+50% sugar per settlement Military Diego Velazquez de Cuellar Provides 3 indentured servants Military Dom Pedro I +50% Great General emergenceFree promotion (Veteran 1 & Minuteman 1) Trade Eli Whitney +50% cotton in all settlements Military Ethan Allen Free promotion (Ranger 1, Mountaineer 1) Military Francisco Pizarra Free promotion (Looter) Military Francisco de Coronado +1 movement for Dragoon Religion Gabriel Lallemant 50% faster production of church & cathedral Exploration Giovanni da Verrazano Provides 1 Caravel Exploration Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada Reveals all plots with burial grounds & ancient ruins Religion Gregorio de Mattos e Guerra +2 bells per church+3 bells per cathedral Military Hernan Cortes Free stockade in every settlement Military Hernando de Soto Free promotion (grenadier 1) Exploration Jacques Marquette +1 movement for scout Politics James Madison +3 guns per armory+3 guns per magazine+ 3 guns per arsenal Trade Jan de Witt -50% tools required for buildings Religion John Harvard Free schoolhouse in every settlement Trade John Jacob Astor +50% furs in every settlement Politics John Jay +25% bells in every settlement Military John Paul Jones Provides 1 Frigate Trade John Rolfe +25% tobacco in every settlement Exploration John Smith -50% cost of native land purchasing Politics John Winthrop +1 cross per town hall Exploration Juan Ponce de Leon 2 times as likely to get treasure from ancient ruins Exploration Juan de Bermudez +1 movement for caravel+1 movement for merchantman+1 movement for galleon Religion Juan de Sepulveda Provides 2 converted natives Exploration Lewis and Clark -50% pioneer equipment needed+1 movement for wagon train Trade Lord Baltimore Increases cross production by the tax rate Military Marquis de La Fayette Increases gun production by the tax rate Religion Nathaniel Hawthorne Provides 3 elder statesman Politics Patrick Henry +3 bells per town hall Military Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve Free promotion (Formation)+1 movement for converted natives Exploration Pedro Alvares Cabral -50% travel time to Europe Trade Peter Minuit -25% cost of recruiting units in Europe Politics Pocahontas Strengthens relations with natives Religion Roger Williams +25% converstion rate from missionsStrengthens relations with natives Politics Samuel Adams Increases bell production by tax rate Religion Sor Juana +3 crosses per church+3 crosses per cathedral Religion Thomas Hooker Provides three jesuit missionaries Politics Thomas Paine Increases hammer production by tax rate Exploration Vasco Nunez de Balboa +25% defense in all settlements Politics Washington Irving +1 bell per schoolhouse+2 bells per college+3 bells per university Religion William Brewster -25% cost of native land purchasing Religion William Penn +3 crosses per town hallStengthens relations with natives ...
      October 6, 2012, 20:05
    • Civilization 4: Colinization: Natives
      Dale


      Natives

      Apache
      Mangas Coloradas

      War Chief of the Apache
      Lived: c.1793 - 1863

      Mangas Coloradas was the leader of the Apache during a period of extended conflict between his people and the Americans that later became known as the Apache Wars. Little is known of Coloradas's early life. But by the 1830s, the Apache leader found himself in an exceedingly difficult position. His territory, wedged uncomfortably between the newly-formed and highly ambitious Mexican nation and the manifest-destiny obsessed United States, became even more valuable when great troves of copper and gold were discovered to lie beneath its soil.

      The Mexicans struck first, beginning a campaign of annihilation against the Apache. The Apache fought back with fervor, creating a force that included two of the greatest native warriors in history - Cochise, leader of the Chiricahua Apache, and later, Geronimo, the seemingly invincible medicine man of the Chiricahua. Bloodshed continued between the Mexicans and the Apache until the United States stepped in, declaring formal war on Mexico in 1846. Coloradas granted the American troops safe passage through his lands and even offered Apache support to the Americans if they would guarantee the natives' sovereignty.

      Such a deal, however, would never be struck. The call of gold and copper in the Apache territory was too much for the American miners, who increasingly trespassed on Apache soil. The specific incident that drove Coloradas to war is disputed. Some claim his family was murdered. Others believe he was bound to a tree by miners, whipped, and left for dead. Whatever the cause, the effect is known - Mangas began a brutal war against the Americans, both miners and soldiers alike. Back and forth raids by Apache warriors and American soldiers turned the whole of the American Southwest into a battlefield.

      By 1862, the war had reached an uneasy calm. Coloradas, who had spent nearly all of the past four decades at war, was lured by the offer of peace made by an American general. Upon arriving for the talks, Mangas was bound, tortured and executed. This stunning act of duplicity drove Cochise and Geronimo to resume all-out war against the Americans. Geronimo, the last great Apache leader to be captured, would not cease to fight until 1886.


      Arawak
      Agueybana

      Cacique of the Arawaks
      Lived: c.1460 - 1510 The name "Agueybana," literally meaning "Great Sun" in the Taino language, refers to two brothers, both natives of the island today known as Puerto Rico. Agueybana I, born between 1460 and 1480, was leader of the Taino, a branch of the Arawaks. In 1508, the first Spanish explorers arrived to colonize the island. Agueybana and the Europeans soon negotiated a mutually beneficial agreement. In return for protection from the other tribes of the region, Agueybana's tribe would labor for the Spaniards, mining the island's rich gold resources. The equitable terms of the deal would not last for long. The lust for gold drove the Spaniards to require more and more from their volunteer labor force and before long, it became apparent that Agueybana had negotiated his people into slavery. Unfortunately, he was unable to rectify his error. Whether through overwork, old age or illness (European disease had begun to ravage the island), Agueybana passed away in 1510. Over the following year, Agueybana's brother took up the mantle of leadership, as well as his brother's name, becoming Agueybana II. Through covert planning, Agueybana II organized...

      October 6, 2012, 20:03
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