Mission Culture on the Upper Amazon: Native Tradition, Jesuit Enterprise & Secular Policy in Moxos, 1660-1880

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APPENDIX:
Sources of Demographic Data on Moxos Settlements, 1683-1882

YEAR AND SOURCE
1683 Diego de Eguiluz, Historia de la misión de Mojos ( Lima: Imprenta del Universo de C. Prince, 1884), 13.
1684 "Lettra Annua." Revista de archivos y bibliotecas nacionales 3, no. 5
( 1900): 191.
1691 Eguiluz, Historia de la misión de Mojos, 16-43.
1692 "Memorial de Francisco de Rotalde" in Historia de la Compañía de
Jesus en la provincia de Paraguay
, ed. Pablo Pastells, 9 vols. ( Madrid:
V. Suárez, 1912-49), 6:75.
1696 "Lettra Annual," ARSI, Peru 18, f. 168.
1700 Diego Francisco Altamirano, Historia de la misión de los Mojos ( La Paz:
Imprenta "El Comercio." 1891), 34, 67-71.
1713 Guillermo Furlong Cardiff, Cartografía histótica argentina ( Buenos
Aires: Comisión Nacional Ejecutiva de Homenaje al 150 Aniversario de la Revolución de Mayo, 1963), map XXV.
1717 "Breve noticia de las misiones." in Historia de la Compañía de Jesus en
la provincia de Paraguay
, 6
: 57-58.
1720 "Catalogus missionum" ARSI, Peru 21, f. 175.
1723 "Carta a SM," in Historia de la Compañía de Jesus en la provincia de
Paraguay
, 5
:348.
1736 "Catalogus Reductionum." ARSI, Peru 5, ff. 65-65v.
1748 "Catalogo de las misiones," in Histotia de la Compañía de Jesus en la
provincia de Paraguay
, 7
:746-48.
1752 "El Gobernador Cap. de Santa Cruz de la Sierra" AGI, Charcas 474.
1764 Memorias de los virreyes que han gobernado el Perú, 6 vols. ( Lima:
Librería de Felipe Bailly, 1859), 4:4-5.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • I The Setting 11
  • II The Jesuit Century 33
  • III The Missions 55
  • IV Mission Indians: Gentiles and Neophytes 78
  • V The Missionaries: Fathers and Brothers 103
  • VI Mission Culture Under Spanish Rule 125
  • VII Moxos to Beni: the Dissolution of Mission Culture 149
  • CONCLUSIONS 174
  • APPENDIX: - Sources of Demographic Data on Moxos Settlements, 1683-1882 183
  • Notes 185
  • Bibliography 215
  • Index 227
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