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Looking Down One of La Pazs Sloping Streets, Bolivia, c1930s. Creator: Unknown Featured Black Inca Print

Looking Down One of La Pazs Sloping Streets, Bolivia, c1930s. Creator: Unknown

Looking Down One of LaPaz's Sloping Streets, Bolivia, c1930s. Founded on October 20, 1548 by Spanish conquistador Captain Alonso de Mendoza on the site of the Inca settlement of Laja, at an elevation of 3,650 m (11,975 ft) above sea level, La Paz is the highest capital city in the world. From "Tour of the World". [Keystone View Company, Meadville, Pa., New York, Chicago, London]

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Vincente de Valverde, first Bishop of Cuzco, (1852). Artist: Jacques Francois Gauderique Llanta Featured Black Inca Print

Vincente de Valverde, first Bishop of Cuzco, (1852). Artist: Jacques Francois Gauderique Llanta

Vincente de Valverde, first Bishop of Cuzco, (1852). A Dominican friar, Valverde (c1490-1543) went to Peru in around 1530. After Francisco Pizarro's conquest of the Inca Empire Valverde was appointed the first Bishop of Cuzco by Charles V in 1537. A print from Expedition dans les parties centrales de l'Amerique du Sud, de Rio de Janeiro a Lima, et de Lima au Para: execute par ordre du gouvernement Francais pendant les annees 1843 a 1847 by F de Castelnau. (Paris, 1852)

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Francisco Pizarro, 15th century Spanish conquistador, 1671 Featured Black Inca Print

Francisco Pizarro, 15th century Spanish conquistador, 1671

Francisco Pizarro, 15th century Spanish conquistador, 1671. Later engraving of Pizarro (c1475-1541), conqueror of the Inca empire (1531-1533). Pizarro captured Atahualpa (1500?-1533), last Inca emperor of Peru and, after extorting a huge ransom in gold, put him to death for heresy (against Christianity). Pizarro then claimed the Incas lands for the King of Spain. In 1535 he founded the city of Lima, capital of Peru. He was assassinated in 1541

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