Hernando CortÚs: Spanish Invader of Mexico
This adventurous new book examines the role of the infamous conquistador Hernando Cort s in the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire. Sensitively written text describes his interactions with the native culture and population and the eventual demise of the Aztecs. Through exciting color photographs and easy-to-understand text, young readers will journey back to Central America of the 1500s to learn about the voyages, battles, and alliances formed by Cort s.
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