At the time of colonization the natives exchanged gold, which had accumulated over many generations, mirrors, fabric and other objects that accounted for only a fraction before the pre-Columbian treasures. Moreover, indigenous peoples had to work to conquistadors through institutions like the mita, modality of work not free but if required; the encomienda, delivery of a group of indigenous families in the care of a conqueror and for life in exchange for supplies to the native mandated; guards, concentration of indigenous families in a place chosen previously, that should not move away, and slavery. In this period the Church contributed to ideologically unify the conquered territories and facilitated the administration. Discontent with the socio-economic and political order imposed by the colonists began in America during the second half of the 18th century. The ideas of the Enlightenment, the reactions against the enlightened absolutism and the international situation: French Revolution and independence of the United States, helped create the preindependentista environment in New Granada which started with the revolution of the Comuneros in Socorro, Santander.
WILD hope we were gods and we became slaves. We were children of the Sun and they comforted us with Tin medals. We were poets and we began to recite prayers pordioseras. We were happy and us civilized. Who will refresh the memory of the tribe.
Who will revive our gods. Wild hope should always be yours, dear inamansable soul. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Prudential by clicking through. Gonzalo Arango (1931-1976) poet Nadaista history policy origin of the games politicians traditional mid-nineteenth century began to be structured in New Granada, philosophical and doctrinaire, the liberal and conservative parties. In 1848 appeared the first liberal programme developed by Ezequiel Rojas and a year later wrote the conservative Mariano Ospina Rodriguez and Jose Eusebio Caro. Parties traditional based their ideology on the liberal philosophy of the eighteenth century. and they are related to federalism and centralism of the era of independence and with the moderate Liberals (conservatives) and progressive (Liberal) Liberals that emerged from the thought of Francisco de Paula Santander. The second half of the 19th century represents to Colombia the final break with the colonial socio-economic structure.