2 edition of Social integration and social stability in a colonial Spanish American city, Caracas, 1595-1627 found in the catalog.
Social integration and social stability in a colonial Spanish American city, Caracas, 1595-1627
Stephanie B. Blank
by Latin American Studies Program, Indiana University in Bloomington
Written in English
Bibliography: leaves 31-32.
|Statement||[by] Stephanie B. Blank.|
|Series||Latin American studies working papers|
|LC Classifications||HN370.C32 B5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||73157526|
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Perhaps the most intensive use of Venezuelan parish records, although not strictly for demographic purposes, can be found in two studies by Stephanie B. Blank: "Social Integration and Social Stability in a Colonial Spanish American City, Caracas ()," in Indiana University, Latin American Studies Occasional Papers (Bloomington, Blank, Stephanie.
"Social Integration and Social Stability in a Colonial Spanish American City, Caracas ()." Ph.D. diss., University of Wisconsin, ———. "Patrons, Clients, and Kin in Seventeenth-Century Caracas: A Methodological Essay in Colonial Spanish American Social History." Hispanic American Historical Review 54( INTRODUCTION.
The Spanish town of Santiago de León de Caracas was founded in Located high above the Caribbean Sea in a temperate valley, Caracas flourished early because of its moderate climate and its ideal geographical setting, both near enough to the coast for commerce and yet far enough away to discourage attacks by foreign buccaneers.
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