The Spanish tradition in America.

; James H. Sutton Jr. and Sylvia Leal Carvajal Collection
[1st ed.].. New York, Harper and Row [1968] .

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Other Authors James H. Sutton Jr. and Sylvia Leal Carvajal Collection.
Subjects America -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish.
America.
Colonies -- Administration.
Discovery and exploration, Spanish.
Latin America -- History -- To 1830 -- Sources.
Latin America.
Spain -- Colonies -- Administration.
Spain -- Colonies -- America -- Administration.
Spain.
USA.
Series Documentary history of the United States.
Harper torchbooks ; 1351.
Description vi, 257 pages 20 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Part I. Spain and the New World. 1. Treaty of Álcaçovas (1479) -- 2. Ferdinand and Isabella : capitulations with Columbus (1492) -- 3. Alexander VI: donation and demarcation (1493) -- 4. Royal orders concerning indians (1493) -- 5. Treaty of Tordesillas (1494) -- Part II. The early colony. 6. Royal instructions to Ovando (1501) -- 7. Requerimiento (circa 1512) -- 8. Laws of Burgos (1512- 1513) -- 9. A grant of encomienda (1514) -- 10. Cortés : the fall of Tenochtitlán (1522) -- 11. Indian narration of the conquest (circa 1528) -- 12. Royal permission to Pizarro (1529) -- 13. Motolinía : life of Martín de Valencia (circa 1531) -- 14. Paul III : indians are men (1537) -- 15. Las Casas : cruelties of Spaniards (1542) -- 16. New laws (1542) -- 17. Sepúlveda : just war against barbarians (circa 1544) -- Part III. The established colony. 18. Successive tribute assessments in encomienda (1547-1565) -- 19. Viceroy Marqués de Falces : land ordinances (1567) -- 20. Philip II on ethnic mixture (1578) -- 21. Relación geográfica : Teotihuacán (1580) -- 22. The governor at Cartagena explains Drake's attack (1586) -- 23. Inquisitorial torture (1601) -- 24. Congregación : Tlanchinol (1604) -- 25. Royal order on mule loads (1614) -- 26. Viceroy Borja to his successor, on the mita (1621) -- 27. A day in the life of a cabildo, Lima (1626) -- 28. Merits and services on the frontier (1634-1688) -- 29. Thomas Gage on the Guatemala clergy (1648) -- 30. The governor of New Mexico on the Pueblo revolt (1680) -- 31. Recopilación de leyes (1681) -- Part IV. Late adjustments. 32. The asiento (1713) -- 33. Antonio de Ulloa : the opulence of Lima (circa 1746) -- 34. Wickedness of government in New Mexico (1750) -- 35. Establishment of the intendancy in Cuba (1764) -- 36. Charles III : expulsion of the Jesuits (1767) -- 37. José de Gálvez : regulations on wages and peonage (1769) -- 38. Regulation on free trade (1778) -- 39. Antonio Alzate: fire and architecture (1788) -- 40. Declaration of independence, Buenos Aires (1816) -- 41. Simón Bolívar : address at Angostura (1819).
Genre History.
Sources.
Spanische Tradition.
Geographic Area Latin America
North America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)242997
(OCoLC)ocm00242997
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Gibson, Charles, 1920-1985,
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