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He was the illegitimate son of Gonzalo Pizarro and Francisca González, she paid little attention to his education and he grew up without learning how to read or write. He was, first of all, extremely knowledgeable, and we learned so much from him! We arrived back to The United States as previously stated on November 7th. But we were also generally treated nicer in Peru because a lot of them took fascination in tourists....especially White tourists speaking English. However, Spanish forces remained in the interior.

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