In 1597, the Guale and Mocama Indians revolted against Spanish missionaries in Georgia. What was the name of the conflict between the two groups?

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I believe the answer is: Juanillo Rebellion

The Juanillo rebellion was caused by cultural opression that directed toward the indigenous people on spanish Florida (at that time, spanish florida was a part of georgia). The rebellion actually ended after Chief Juanillo defeated by other native American tribes who swore their alliance to the spanish empire.

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