Demography and Empire: A Guide to the Population History of Spanish Central America, 1500-1821

By Christopher H. Lutz; W. George Lovell | Go to book overview

Index
acculturation
Carrasco 1982
Sanchiz Ochoa 1979
aggregative analysis
Montero and Fernández 1982
Soto and Vargas 1984
agriculture
Hernández Aparicio 1977
Luján Muñoz 1988b
Pinto Soria 1980, 1987
Sanders and Murdy 1982
Simpson 1938
Alajuela
Soto Bonilla 1984
alcabala
Jickling 1982, 1985
Joba 1984
Almolonga
Carbajo Isla 1985
Almolonga, Valley of
Lutz 1993
Alvarado, Pedro de, 13
Fowler 1988
Kramer 1994
Kramer, Lovell, and Lutz 1986, 1991
Markman 1984
Amaroli, Paul
Marroquín 1968
Amatenango
Lovell 1991
Amatitanes y Sacatepéquez, Alcaldía Mayor de
Lutz 1994
Anguiano, Ram6n ( Governor of Honduras), 14
Joya 1991
Annals of the Cakchiquels
McBryde 1947
Antigua Guatemala
see Santiago de Guatemala Markman 1977
Aranjuez
García Regueiro 1987
archives, 19
Feldman 1987
MacLeod 1982
army size
Fowler 1988
Veblen 1977
assimilation
Gudmundson 1986
Webre 1980
Atitlán, 9-10, 25
Acuña 1982
Madigan 1976
Orellana 1984
Zamora Acosta 1976
Atlantic coast, 25
González 1969, 1986
Bacalar (town)
Jones 1989
Scholes and Thompson 1977
Balmis, Francisco Xavier de
Smith 1974
baptisms
Acuña and Chavarrfa 1991
Carbajo Isla 1985
Montero and Fernández 1982
Ross Alvarado 1983
Bay Islands, 1
Benzoni, Girolami
Johannessen 1963
birth rate, crude
Feldman 1976
births, 26
Romero Vargas 1988
Soto and Vargas 1984
Black River (settlement)
Potthast 1988
Blacks, 12-14, 26
Gudmundson 1986
Lutz 1993
Olien 1980
Borucas
Cabello Carro 1980

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  • Demography and Empire - A Guide to the Population History of Spanish Central America, 1500-1821 *
  • Contents ix
  • Tables and Figures xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Analysis of Bibliographic Entries 19
  • Bibliographic Entries 31
  • Appendix 169
  • Glossary 173
  • Index 177
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