We can perceive two great interests gifts nesseperodo. The first one is the desire of the European crowns in intensifying processode extration of natural resources, as well as consolidating the conquest. As aboriginal intention in reorganizing its society assuring its future. This form of aboriginal resistance stops in such a way with the existing muitasadversidades in America for the epidemics how much for obligatory ostrabalhos it made with that in a long process a period existed demestiagem that was of extreme importance for these peoples who estavamadquirindo each time more forms of protection that years circa had lost in the evoluohistrico – biological consequence of a process of isolation of de40.000. This idea talks with the ticket: For a moment (1545 – 1570 approximately), trataron derecuperarse del woollen trauma conquest y in the obstante all wools presiones, eltributo, el trabajo forzado y wools epidemics, lograron one desarrolo economic ycultural natable. 20 Of the cultural point of view, had existed some resistnciasrelevantes, as cultuais elements par excellence, as it is the case of the language exactly quepermaneceu to the shock and cultural impositions proceeding from contatosentre the Europeans and the peoples autctones. These forms of preservation of the culturaindgena, as qucha was the case of the languages, nuatla and aymara had been of extremaimportncia, therefore they strengthen the cultural identity of one determined people eajudam in the reminiscncia process the diverse aspects adversaries, as forced acatequizao. Such thought comes of meeting with the stretch: ' ' Apartir of these islets was – reconstituting to a povoamento locale they had little by little conserved the aboriginal languages, qucha, nuatla and aymara, etc.' ' 21 This long process of miscegenation made with that little I diminish if establishes in the peoples indians resistncias against diverse patgenosagentes of devastadoras illnesses. This union between these many etnias (indians, blacks, Europeans and Asians) will be a species of ' ' adaptation ndia' ' to the shock between sufficiently different cultures.