History of the Indians of New Spain

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Cortés Society , [Berkeley, Calif.]
Franciscans -- Mexico, Indians of M
StatementTr. and edited by Elizabeth Andras Foster.
SeriesDocuments and narratives concerning the discovery & conquest of Latin American, new ser.,, no. 4
ContributionsFoster, Elizabeth Andros.
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LC ClassificationsF1219 .M922
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 294 p. :
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Open LibraryOL6066034M
LC Control Number50002863
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An unabridged translation of a 16th century Dominican friar's history of the Aztec world before the Spanish conquest, based on a now-lost Nahuatl chronicle and interviews with Aztec informants. Duran traces the history of the Aztecs from their mythic origins to the destruction of the empire, and describes the court life of the elite, the common people, and life in times of flood, drought, and war.

History of the Indians of New Spain Issue 4 of Cortes Society. Documents and narratives concerning the discovery and conquest of Latin America. New series: Author: Toribio Motolinía: Publisher: Cortés Society, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

Fray Diego Duran’s History of the Indians of New Spain, newly translated by Doris Heyden, is a vivid evocation of the Aztec world before the Spanish conquest. A sixteenth-century Dominican friar, Duran was born in Spain but raised in Mexico.

His firsthand experience of Mexican culture and fluency in the Nahuatl language made him one of the most sympathetic and 5/5(7). History of the Indians of New Spain. Washington, Academy of American Franciscan History [©] (OCoLC) Online version: Motolinía, Toribio, History of the Indians of New Spain.

Washington, Academy of American Franciscan History [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Toribio Motolinía. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Motolinía, Toribio, History of the Indians of New Spain.

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Motolinia's History of the Indians of New SpainAuthor: Francis Borgia Steck. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. History of the Indians of New Spain by Toribio Motolinía,Cortés Society edition, in EnglishPages: Viceroyalty of New Spain and its relationship to the crown.

The viceroyalty was History of the Indians of New Spain book following the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire in as a New World kingdom dependent on the Crown of Castile, since the initial funds for exploration came from Queen Isabella.

Although New Spain was a dependency of Spain, it was a kingdom not a colony, subject to the presiding monarch on the Capital: Mexico City.

Image 11 of History of the Indians of North and South America, /uectV- The History of the Indians of New Spain, was published in (Lord Kingsborough published some fragments).

The first complete edition appeared in The first complete edition appeared in This is one of the main sources on the ethnography and civilization of Mexico at the time of the conquest. The Conquest of New Spain, Mexico. By Bernal Diaz del Castillo ( ) The true story, told by the eye witness, as being History as he has seen it and witnessed it.

Hernando Cortez is the name of the leader of the expedition, commonly associated with New /5. Fray Diego Duran’s History of the Indians of New Spain, newly translated by Doris Heyden, is a vivid evocation of the Aztec world before the Spanish conquest.

A sixteenth-century Dominican friar, Duran was born in Spain but raised in Mexico. His firsthand experience of Mexican culture and fluency in the Nahuatl language made him one of the most sympathetic and Brand: University of Oklahoma Press. Peninsulares were born in spain, criollos were born Spaniards born in New Spain, and mestizos were mixed at the bottom with African slaves, and Indians Why was New Mexico established first.

because of silver, the Indians were settled and easier to convert, and bc of El Paso del Norte. With Book And Sword; MOTOLINIA'S HISTORY OF THE INDIANS OF NEW SPAIN.

Translated and annotated with a study of the author, by Francis Borgia Steck, O.

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After Spain’s conquest of Mexico and other American lands, these events inspired books, paintings, and other historical and artistic records. In this section are materials illustrating these interpretations. Some of these items highlight the efforts of Bartolomé de las Casas (–), an.

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He is the author of "Kiva, Cross and Crown: The Pecos Indians and New Mexico, and "Spain in the Southwest: A Narrative History of New Mexico, Arizona, Texas and California.".

"The book's most important contribution is the author's ability to clearly convey the complex and distinctive growth of migrant indigenous populations who settled in the mining Spanish colonial city of Zacatecas located in the northern periphery of New Spain where over time they developed communities and adopted Spanish institutions to foster.

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Ethnic rebellions continually disrupted the Pax Colonial, Spain's three-hundred-year rule over the Native peoples of Mexico. Although these uprisings varied considerably in cause, duration, consequences, and scale, they collectively served as a constant source of worry for the Spanish authorities.

For almost years afterMexico was a colony of Spain and known as La Nueva España or New Spain. It was the crown jewel in Spains holdings in the New the Spanish conquered the Aztecs inMexico grew to include most of present day.

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NEW SPAIN. The viceroyalty of New Spain included all of the territory claimed by Spain in North America and the Caribbean from the conquest of the Aztec Empire in the s until the final assertion of Mexican independence in Although never fully settled or controlled by Spain, this area included the entire modern nation of Mexico, and Central America north of what is now Panama.A full-scale expedition (–42) to find the cities was dispatched from New Spain, under the leadership of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado.

The treatment of the Pueblo people by Coronado and his men led to the long-standing hostility between the Native Americans and the Spanish and slowed Spanish conquest.Historia general de las cosas de nueva España (General history of the things of New Spain) is an encyclopedic work about the people and culture of central Mexico compiled by Fray Bernardino de Sahagún (–), a Franciscan missionary who arrived in Mexico ineight years after completion of the Spanish conquest by Hernan Cortés.