Contested Ground, Comparative Frontiers on the Northern and Southern Edges of the Spanish Empire

by Edtd. by Donna J. Guy and Thomas E. Sheridan

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Nine historians, three anthropologists and one sociologist compare the northern and southern fringes of New Spain between 1500 and 1880. The Spanish Empire spanned two continents and a wide diversity of peoples and landscapes. Yet there were intriguing parallels from the role of the Jesuits, the subjugation of the natives, emergence of livestock industries, to the ecological & historical aspects. Tucson, 1998, 1st Ed., 280 Pgs., PB.

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