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Slavery on the Spanish frontier

the Colombian Chocó, 1680-1810

by William Frederick Sharp

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Chocó (Colombia),
  • Colombia,
  • Chocó,
  • Chocó.
    • Subjects:
    • Slavery -- Colombia -- Chocó -- History,
    • Gold mines and mining -- Colombia -- Chocó,
    • Chocó (Colombia) -- Economic conditions,
    • Chocó (Colombia) -- Social conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William Frederick Sharp.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT1134.C5 S5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 253 p. :
      Number of Pages253
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4887873M
      ISBN 100806113758
      LC Control Number76018767

      gh slavery has a long history, slavery in North America was markedly different. y in the Americas was based on the plantation, and the death rate was high in the seventeenth century. Slavery has existed for nearly the entire span of human history. It was central to the societies of ancient Greece and Rome. Book is in Very Good Condition. Text will be unmarked. May show some signs of use or wear. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. SLAVERY ON SPANISH FRONTIER: COLOMBIAN CHOCO, By William Frederick Sharp *Excellent Condition*.


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‘The Other Slavery,’ by Andrés Reséndez. There Slavery on the Spanish frontier book not an American Indian from Lake County, or from any Slavery on the Spanish frontier book Central California locale, who has not heard of Andrew Kelsey and Charles Stone, notorious Indian slavers, murdered at the hands of Pomo Indians in   Most of the book is concerned with such slavery in Mexico and the areas of North America that originally were Spanish before being taken by the US, so the south-Western U.S.

He chronicles such slavery both under Spanish and American governance.4/5. Always attentive to the corrosive effects of the ''slave trade'' on Indian and colonial societies, the book also explores slavery's centrality in intercultural trade, alliances, and ''communities of interest'' among groups often antagonistic to Spanish, Mexican, and.

In particular, Spanish slave law recognized coartación, the right of self-purchase, and although most enslaved people had no chance of capitalizing on this privilege, a significant number did.

Moreover, manumission was a well-developed tradition under the Spanish system of slavery, and many individual slaves were freed. "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 Review.

A bold and searing investigation into the role of white women in the American slave economy. Bridging women’s history, the history of the South, and African American history, this book makes a bold argument about the role of white women in American slavery.

In this Book. In her latest work, H. Slavery on the Spanish frontier book Stockel Slavery on the Spanish frontier book the collision of the ethnocentric Spanish missionaries and the Chiricahua Apaches, including the resulting identity theft through Christian baptism, and the even more destructive creation of a local slave by: 3.

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 Slavery on the Spanish frontier book eastern coast of Florida, at St. Augustine, all the way across the continent to Baja California/5.

Marronage, the process of extricating oneself from slavery, took place all over Latin America and the Caribbean, in the slave islands of the Indian Ocean, in Angola and other parts of Africa.

The Spanish frontier in North America was neither wholly Spanish nor wholly a frontier, at least not in the sense Americans usually have of Frederick Jackson Turner’s woodland frontier zone.

David J. Weber has 50 books on Goodreads with ratings. David J. Weber’s most popular book is A Student's Guide To History. Pueblo Revolt of. + What Did the Constitution Meal to Early Americans. + Women's Rights Emerges Within the Anti-Slavery Movement ] by.

James L. Roark, The Spanish Frontier in North America by. Get this from a library. Slavery on the Spanish frontier: the Colombian Chocó, [William Frederick Sharp]. The book investigates such topics as the illegal slave trade in Cuba, the Creole slave revolt in the U.S., and the debate between pro- and antislavery factions over the interstate slave trade in the South.

Together, the authors offer fresh and provocative insights into the interrelations of capitalism, sovereignty, and slavery. The book, which collects narratives from some of The New York Times reporter's investigations, delves deep into the murky depths of maritime laws, illegal fishing, modern-day slavery, and even.

Amerindian Slavery and Coerced Labor. Soon after his famous voyage, with the backing of the Spanish Crown and over one thousand Spanish colonists, Genoese merchant Christopher Columbus established the first European colony in the Americas on the island of Hispaniola (present-day Haiti and the Dominican Republic).

Columbus is believed to have had prior. Henrietta Stockel's *Salvation Through Slavery: Chiricahua Apaches and Priests on the Spanish Colonial Frontier*, reviewed & recommended. The Spanish Franciscan Missionary uncorrupted by Europeans—clay to be molded into ideal Christian communities," said David J.

Weber in his book The Spanish Frontier in North America. "With communally owned property, communal labor, and representative government, the Indian communities would be heavenly cities of God on earth—utopian.

The history of slavery spans many cultures, nationalities, and religions from ancient times to the present day. However the social, economic, and legal positions of slaves have differed vastly in different systems of slavery in different times and places.

Slavery occurs relatively rarely among hunter-gatherer populations because it develops under conditions of social stratification.

Brown’s previous book, “The Reaper’s Garden: Death and Power in the World of Atlantic Slavery,” described the miserable conditions that prevailed in Jamaica after the British seized.

Most of the book is about the enslavement of Native Americans in Latin and Central America and in the Indies, but there is a very important section about the enslavement of Native Americans in the United States in the 19th century especially in New Mexico, California, and Oregon.

That is what my review is focused on/5(). Westward Expansion and Slavery Meanwhile, the question of whether or not slavery would be allowed in the new western states shadowed every conversation about the frontier.

By Dina Gerdeman. The ties between slavery and capitalism in the United States weren’t always crystal clear in our history books.

For a long time, historians mostly depicted slavery Author: HBS Working Knowledge. Slavery among the indigenous peoples of North and South America took many forms.

After the English settlers arrived, five tribes came to own black slaves, imitating the Europeans. European colonies purchased indigenous people as slaves as part of the international indigenous American slave trade, which lasted from the late 15th century into the 19th century.

Spanish slavery numbers (transatlantic slave trade) Although slavery in Spain had existed prior to the trans-atlantic slave trade, it is important to see Spain's involvement in the trade.

Spain's connection to the trade with Africa was minor with only voyages slaves from the continent from Our second book review by Tom Schmidt looks at David Weber’s The Spanish Frontier in North America.

David J. Weber () was one of the premier historians of the Spanish borderlands who taught at Southern Methodist University. I had the honor of meeting him in as a graduate history student at the University of San Diego. The European market in African slaves, which opened with a cargo of Mauritanian blacks unloaded in Portugal inand the explorer Christopher Columbus, born in Genoa ten years later, were closely linked.

The ensuing Age of Discovery, with its expansions of empires and exploitations of New World natural resources, was accompanied by the seizure and forced. Slavery in Florida began under Spanish rule and continued under American and later Confederate rule.

It was theoretically abolished by President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation of January 1,but this had little effect in Florida. Slavery continued until the end of the Civil War and collapse of the Confederacy in the spring offollowed by the ratification of the.

From the first Spanish-Indian contact through Spain’s gradual retreat, Weber offers a balanced assessment of the impact of each civilization upon the other. Praise for the previous edition: "I cannot imagine a single book giving a more comprehensive and balanced study of Spain's presence in North America."—Louis Kleber, History Today.

Slavery was a cornerstone of the Spanish Casta system, and its legacy is the presence of large Afro-Latino populations. After the gradual emancipation of most black slaves, slavery continued along the Pacific coast of South America throughout the 19th century, as Peruvian slave traders kidnapped Polynesians.

A Fluid Frontier is both a good read and an essential reference. It goes well beyond a useful assemblage of recent scholarship by Canadian and American, academic and community historians. Editors Karolyn Smardz Frost and Veta Smith Tucker have created a context of Black agency and the transnational community created on the Detroit River borderland that will.

The many remaining Spanish place names (Ocho Rios, Cabrito Point, even the capital at Spanish Town) hint at its previous rulers, still eyeing the island from nearby Cuba, while the French did the same from their colony of St Domingue (now Haiti) just to the east.

There were also internal threats. The sugar economy was built upon slavery. Indian Slavery Once Thrived in New Mexico. Latinos Are Finding Family Ties to It. Thomas the Apostle Church in Abiquiú, N.M., a village settled by former Indian slaves, or Genízaros, in the.

JANE LANDERS. Black Society in Spanish Florida. Forward by Peter H. Wood. (Blacks in the New World.) Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, Pp.

xiv, $ Introduction: Black Society in Spanish Florida is the first book written by Jane Landers, colonial Latin Americanist, historian of the Caribbean and the Hispanic southeast, and.

The book leaves the reader with lingering questions, especially regarding gender and race. Most Indian slaves were female in Spanish America, with women commanding higher prices than men.

malaria-ridden swamps. The Spanish claimed Florida, but they used it only as a buffer between the British Colonies and their own settled territories farther south. They wanted to keep Florida as a dangerous wilderness frontier, so they offered a refuge to escaped slaves and renegade Indians from neighboring South Carolina and Size: KB.

Our pdf slavery horror: The shameful, untold history of America and the Cuban slave trade As Cuba opens, it's time to recognize our proxy role in Cuba's slave trade, and the Monroe Doctrine.Spanish women who immigrated to the colonies tended to stay in established cities like Mexico City and Lima rather than living in the northern frontier.

True The Spanish colonists' first encounters with the Pueblos in the s led to violent conflict, which was mainly sparked by.Ebook myth of an infinite frontier in 19th-century America also papered over the conflict raging in the United States as working-class movements for greater social and economic equality—some of.