6 edition of Migration in colonial Spanish America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 324-390) and index.
|Statement||edited by David J. Robinson.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in historical geography ;, 16|
|Contributions||Robinson, David J. 1939-|
|LC Classifications||HB1961 .M54 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||89001042|
The second part examines the way the Indian population slowly recovered, from midway through the colonial period, and the white and mestizo population expanded rapidly, especially in the eighteenth century. The chapter concludes by examining the population of Spanish America, region by region, at the end of the colonial period. She has published four books and many articles on different aspects of demographic change in colonial Spanish America. She is a Fellow of the British Academy. Susie Minchin, Ph.D. () in History, University of Cambridge, is an Honorary Research Fellow at King s College by:
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Migration in Colonial Spanish America. Get access. Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional login. methodological and substantive empirical analysis of migration in Latin America. Ranging in time from the sixteenth through. It explores the movements of different groups of people throughout colonial Spanish America, the reasons for their mobility, and it enriches our understanding of the era." Martha A.
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MIGRATION IN COLONIAL SPANISH AMERICA Author Robinson, David J Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good+ Jacket condition No Jacket Edition First Edition Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Cambridge University Press Place of Publication Cambridge Date published Keywords Geography, Migration Book Edition: First Edition.
Migration in Colonial Spanish America. David J. Robinson. In this collection of innovative essays an international team of contributors provides theoretical, methodological and substantive empirical analyses of a long-neglected topic in Latin American research. The essays are written from a multi-disciplinary perspective and thus provide data and novel interpretations that represent an important step forward in colonial Latin American studies.
They show that to migrate was one of the most important means of coping with Spanish colonialism. The essays are written from a multi-disciplinary perspective and thus provide data and interpretations that are novel and represent important contributions to colonial Latin American studies.
MIGRATION IN COLONIAL SPANISH AMERICA. Edited by DAVID J. ROBINSON. xviii and pp.; maps, diagrs., notes, index. New York: Cambridge University Press, $ ISBN The fifteen essays in this book offer a range of topics and perspectives that ensure that at least one or more articles will interest anyone concerned with.
The essays in this volume explore the intersections of cultures through recent scholarship related to death and dying in colonial Spanish America. About the Author Martina Will de Chaparro is an independent scholar and author of Death and Dying in New : Hardcover.
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Migration to major metropoles in colonial Mexico / John Kicza --Marriage, migration, and settling down: Parral (Nueva Vizcaya), / Robert McCaa --Informal settlement and fugitive migration amongst the Indians of late-colonial Chiapas, Mexico / Rodney Watson --Migration and settlement in Costa Rica, / Hector Pérez Brignoli --Seventeenth-century Indian migration in the.
Title: Migration In Colonial Spanish America Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: November 2, Publisher: Cambridge University Press Language: English. Creator Robinson, D. (David James), Subjects Migration, Internal - America - History.; Spain - Colonies - America - Population - History.; Spain Summary In this collection of innovative essays an international team of contributors provides theoretical, methodological and substantive empirical analysis of migration in Latin America.
Introduction: towards a typology of migration in colonial Spanish America David J. Robinson; 2. Indian migration and community formation: an analysis of congregacion in colonial Guatemala George Lovell and William R.
Swezey; 3. Migration in colonial Peru: an overview Noble David Cook; 4. While the book had a lot of evident research, there were huge holes in it.
Mainly the emigration to America into the Philadelphia, PA and New Castle, DE areas of the Mid's. Otherwise, this book will prove valuable to the researcher who wants background information Cited by: LIST OF COLONIAL IMMIGRANTS The following alphabetized list includes the names of the seventeenth-century immigrants whose Plantagenet ancestry is the subject of this book, together with several immigrants after who have been incidentally noted in the text or a footnote.
The names of women have been provided with a cross-reference to theFile Size: KB. Migration in Colonial Spanish America.
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This volume keeps strictly to its theme. David Robinson’s introduction stresses the fairly steady movement of people of all classes and races, carefully differentiating among the factors that moved : Woodrow Borah. Hopeful Journeys: German Immigration, Settlement, and Political Culture in Colonial America, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, Excellent account of colonial German migration that divides its attention between the lands left behind in Europe, explaining why the Germans left, and the new world they found in America."Migration in Colonial Spanish America is a recent addition to the distinguished series, Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography.
The editor, David J. Robinson, is a leader in the field of Latin American demographic most common theme running through the essays, as Robinson points out in his excellent introduction, is the ubiquity of of these well-crafted.Colonial Spanish America is a book of readings about people―people from different worlds who came together to form a society by chance and by design in the years after The book is meant to enrich, not repeat, the work of existing texts on this period, and its focus on people makes it stand out from other books that have concentrated on the political and economic aspects of the by: