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Making a New World : Founding Capitalism in the Bajío and Spanish North America

By: Tutino, John.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (710 p.).ISBN: 9780822394013.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Making a New World : Founding Capitalism in the Bajío and Spanish North AmericaDDC classification: 972/.41 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Maps and Illustrations; Prologue: Making Global History in the Spanish Empire; A Note on Terminology; Introduction: A New World: The Bajío, Spanish North America, and Global Capitalism; Part I: Making a New World: The Bajío and Spanish North America, 1500-1770; Chapter 1: Founding the Bajío: Otomí Expansion, Chichimeca War, and Commercial Querétaro, 1500-1660; Chapter 2: Forging Spanish North America: Northward Expansions, Mining Amalgamations, and Patriarchal Communities, 1590-1700; Chapter 3: New World Revivals: Silver Boom, City Lives, Awakenings, and Northward Drives, 1680-1760
Chapter 4: Reforms, Riots, and Repressions: The Bajío in the Crisis of the 1760sPart II: Forging Atlantic Capitalism: The Bajío, 1770-1810; Chapter 5: Capitalist, Priest, and Patriarch: Don José Sánchez Espinosa and the Great Family Enterprises of Mexico City, 1780-1810; Chapter 6: Production, Patriarchy, and Polarization in the Cities: Guanajuato, San Miguel, and Querétaro, 1770-1810; Chapter 7: The Challenge of Capitalism in Rural Communities: Production, Ethnicity, and Patriarchy from La Griega to Puerto de Nieto, 1780-1810
Chapter 8: Enlightened Reformers and Popular Religion: Polarizations and Mediations, 1770-1810Conclusion: The Bajío and North America inthe Atlantic Crucible; Epilogue: Toward Unimagined Revolution; Acknowledgments; Appendix A: Employers and Workers at Querétaro, 1588-1609; Appendix B: Production, Patriarchy, and Ethnicity in the Bajío Bottomlands, 1670-1685; Appendix C: Bajío Population, 1600-1800; Appendix D: Eighteenth-Century Economic Indicators: Mining and Taxed Commerce; Appendix E: The Sierra Gorda and New Santander, 1740-1760
Appendix F: Population, Ethnicity, Family, and Work in Rural Communities, 1791-1792Appendix G: Tributes and Tributaries in the Querétaro District, 1807; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Summary: This history of the political economy, social relations, and cultural debates that animated Spanish North America from 1500 until 1800 illuminates its centuries of capitalist dynamism and subsequent collapse into revolution.
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Contents; Maps and Illustrations; Prologue: Making Global History in the Spanish Empire; A Note on Terminology; Introduction: A New World: The Bajío, Spanish North America, and Global Capitalism; Part I: Making a New World: The Bajío and Spanish North America, 1500-1770; Chapter 1: Founding the Bajío: Otomí Expansion, Chichimeca War, and Commercial Querétaro, 1500-1660; Chapter 2: Forging Spanish North America: Northward Expansions, Mining Amalgamations, and Patriarchal Communities, 1590-1700; Chapter 3: New World Revivals: Silver Boom, City Lives, Awakenings, and Northward Drives, 1680-1760

Chapter 4: Reforms, Riots, and Repressions: The Bajío in the Crisis of the 1760sPart II: Forging Atlantic Capitalism: The Bajío, 1770-1810; Chapter 5: Capitalist, Priest, and Patriarch: Don José Sánchez Espinosa and the Great Family Enterprises of Mexico City, 1780-1810; Chapter 6: Production, Patriarchy, and Polarization in the Cities: Guanajuato, San Miguel, and Querétaro, 1770-1810; Chapter 7: The Challenge of Capitalism in Rural Communities: Production, Ethnicity, and Patriarchy from La Griega to Puerto de Nieto, 1780-1810

Chapter 8: Enlightened Reformers and Popular Religion: Polarizations and Mediations, 1770-1810Conclusion: The Bajío and North America inthe Atlantic Crucible; Epilogue: Toward Unimagined Revolution; Acknowledgments; Appendix A: Employers and Workers at Querétaro, 1588-1609; Appendix B: Production, Patriarchy, and Ethnicity in the Bajío Bottomlands, 1670-1685; Appendix C: Bajío Population, 1600-1800; Appendix D: Eighteenth-Century Economic Indicators: Mining and Taxed Commerce; Appendix E: The Sierra Gorda and New Santander, 1740-1760

Appendix F: Population, Ethnicity, Family, and Work in Rural Communities, 1791-1792Appendix G: Tributes and Tributaries in the Querétaro District, 1807; Notes; Bibliography; Index

This history of the political economy, social relations, and cultural debates that animated Spanish North America from 1500 until 1800 illuminates its centuries of capitalist dynamism and subsequent collapse into revolution.

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<p>John Tutino teaches the history of Mexico and the Americas in the History Department and the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He is the author of From Insurrection to Revolution in Mexico: Social Bases of Agrarian Violence, 1750-1940 , and a co-editor of Cycles of Conflict, Centuries of Change: Crisis, Reform, and Revolution in Mexico , also published by Duke University Press.</p>

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