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Missions and the Frontiers of Spanish America

A Comparative Study of the Impact of Environmental, Economic, Political and Socio-cultural Variations on ... and on the Northern Frontier of New Spain

by Robert H. Jackson

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Pentacle Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • Christian Ministry - Missions,
  • Christianity - History - Catholic,
  • North American,
  • History / North America,
  • Baja California (Peninsula),
  • California,
  • Mexico,
  • Missions, Spanish

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages592
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8587525M
    ISBN 100976350009
    ISBN 109780976350002

    The Jesuit reductions, better known as the Paraguayan reductions, were a type of settlement for indigenous people specifically in the Rio Grande do Sul area of Brazil, Paraguay and neighbouring Argentina in South America, established by the Jesuit Order early in the 17th century and wound up in the 18th century with. Wade explains why native peoples accepted or rejected missionaries, and how native peoples lived.”–Robert H. Jackson, author of “Missions and Frontiers of Spanish America” “A volume that will be a valuable addition to the library of all students of the Spanish colonial world.

    Church and State in Spanish America, where the king exercised the real patronato, and where the viceroys were sometimes archbishops as well. Under these conditions, in the seventeenth and eighteenth cen-turies, on the expanding frontiers of Spanish America, missions became well-nigh universal. In South America the outstanding.   Appendix 4: Vital Rates of the Paraguay Missions in Demographic Change and Ethnic Survival among the Sedentary Populations on the Jesuit Mission Frontiers of Spanish South America, Author: Robert H. JacksonAuthor: Robert H. Jackson.

    Bolton, Herbert E. "The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish American Colonies." American Historical Review (). Campbell, Leon G. "The Spanish Presidio in Alta California During the Mission Period, " Journal of the West (). Chapman, Charles E. A History of California: The Spanish Period, New York: Macmillan, The Spanish Frontier in North America Book Description: This compact synthesis of David J. Weber's prize-winning history of colonial Spanish North America vividly tells the story of Spain's three-hundred-year tenure on the continent.


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Missions and the Frontiers of Spanish America is a readable and generously illustrated book that puts the role of the missions, missionaries, and indigenous peoples into a broader historical by: 9. This visual catalog documents the surviving complexes on selected missions on the frontiers of Spanish America in what today is Mexico and parts of South America.

It also presents basic historical data on the mission communities, including demographic data, and documents damage to early mission buildings by the earthquakes of September 7 and Septem The three other missions moved in from the troubled Spanish East Texas frontier with French Louisiana to the relative safety of San Antonio-Nuestra Seora de la Pursima Concepcin de Acua, San Juan Capistrano and San Francisco de la Espada/5(7).

Missions and the Frontiers of Spanish America: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Environmental, Economic, Political and Socio-Cultural Variations on the Missions in the Rio de la Plata Region and on the Northern Frontier of New Spain by Robert H.

Jackson. Missions and the Frontiers of Spanish America is an analysis of missions in the northern Mexican frontier and Rio de la Plata regions.

The work examines social. Wade explains why native peoples accepted or rejected missionaries, and how native peoples lived."--Robert H.

Jackson, author of Missions and Frontiers of Spanish America "A volume that will be a valuable addition to the library of all students of the Spanish colonial world.

Missions on the Frontiers of Spanish America. The history of Spain's missions in the American South and Southwest reveals much about Spain's strategy.

A True Book: American History series allows readers to experience the earliest moments in American history and to discover how these moments helped shape the country that it /5(13).

The Spanish Crown employed the mission as a cost-effective form of converting to Catholicism native peoples living on the frontiers of Spanish America, and incorporating them into the new colonial Author: ROBERT H. JACKSON. Inwhen Ponce de Leon stepped ashore on a beach of what is now Florida, Spain gained its first foothold in North America.

For the next three hundred years, Spaniards ranged through the continent building forts to defend strategic places, missions to proselytize Indians, and farms, ranches, 4/5(1). “A skillful and insightful synthesis of the experience of native peoples living in missions in northern Mexico and Florida that goes beyond a narrative approach.

Wade explains why native peoples accepted or rejected missionaries, and how native peoples lived.”—Robert H. Jackson, author of Missions and Frontiers of Spanish AmericaCited by: Missions and the frontiers of Spanish America: a comparative study of the impact of environmental, economic, political, and socio-cultural variations on the missions in the Rio de la Plata Region and on the Northern Frontier of New Spain.

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Sandos. "The Spanish Frontier in America (is) an important new study of the Spanish empire's collision with the native peoples of what is now the Southwestern United States, and of their joint encounter in the 19th century with English-speaking Americans."—Alan Brinkley, New York Times Book.

This article examines missions as a colonial institution on the fringes of Spanish America. The Spanish Crown employed the mission as a cost‐effective form of converting to Catholicism native peoples living on the frontiers of Spanish America, and incorporating them into the new colonial social and economic by: 5.

Demographic Change and Ethnic Survival among the Sedentary Populations on the Jesuit Mission Frontiers of Spanish South America, The Formation and Persistence of Mission Communities in a Comparative Context Series: European Expansion and Cited by: 2.

BookReviews Missions and the Frontiers of Spanish America: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Environmental, Economic, Political, and Socio-cultural Variations on the Missions in the Rio de la Plata Region and on the Northern Frontier of New Spain. By Robert H. Jackson. (Scottsdale, Ariz.: Pentacle Press, Pp.

Demographic Change and Ethnic Survival among the Sedentary Populations on the Jesuit Mission Frontiers of Spanish South America, The Formation and Persistence of Mission Communities in a Comparative Context Series: European Expansion and Author: Robert H.

Jackson. Although American history books will generally mention the early exploration of North America by figures like de Soto, little attention on the whole is given to the Spanish colonial enterprise. At its height, Spain's flag flew from the eastern coast of Florida, at St.

Augustine, all the way across the continent to Baja California/5. Missions and Frontiers of Spanish America: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Environmental, Economic, Political, and Socio-Cultural Variations on the Missions in the Rio de la Plata region and on the Northern Frontier of New Spain.

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Jackson | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.This article examines missions as a colonial institution on the fringes of Spanish America.

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