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Francisco Pizarro

Ingram, Scott

(Book - 2002)
Francisco Pizarro
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Francisco Pizarro conquered the Inca Empire, consisting of 4 million people, with only 200 men and 60 horses. With a combination of trickery, treachery, and brutality, he then went on to plunder the Inca's riches and exploit the people for his own gain.

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Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : Blackbirch Press, 2002
ISBN: 1567116272
Branch Call Number: j B-Pi6895i 2002
Characteristics: 112 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm

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Francisco Pizarro conquered the Inca Empire, consisting of 4 million people, with only 200 men and 60 horses. With a combination of trickery, treachery, and brutality, he then went on to plunder the Inca's riches and exploit the people for his own gain.

Francisco Pizarro conquered the Inca Empire, consisting of 4 million people, with only 200 men and 60 horses. With a combination of trickery, treachery, and brutality, he then went on to plunder the Inca's riches and exploit the people for his own gain.


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