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A presidio is a fort, a mission is a church, pueblo is a house or town.

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How did presidios and pueblos work together with the missions?

they did nothing


What are three types Spanish settlements in the Americas?

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How were the missions presidios and pueblos alike?

The Difference Is That Missions Are Like A Religious Land Or Building And A Presidio Is Like A Military Base. :D


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the mission and pueblo communities produced food for the presidios in exchange for protection.


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The three parts of the Spanish mission system were presidios (forts), pueblos (towns), and missions (religious communities). Presidios were military bases to protect against attacks, pueblos were civilian towns for settled communities, and missions were religious outposts used to convert Native Americans to Christianity.


What presidios pueblos or ranches were close to the Santa Barbara Mission?

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How did the pueblos support the presidios?

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What did Presidios and Pueblos do?

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What three kinds of settlements did Spain establish in the America how did they differ?

the three settlements are pueblos missions presidio they are all made for a different purpose: Pueblos were for Settlers/Residents. Missiones were for Church Officials. Presidios were Military Installations.


What three kinds of settlements did Spain establish in the Americas. How did they differ?

the three settlements are pueblos missions presidio they are all made for a different purpose: Pueblos were for Settlers/Residents. Missiones were for Church Officials. Presidios were Military Installations.