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The Aztecs Under Spanish Rule: A History of the Indians of the Valley of Mexico, 1519-1810
by Charles Gibson
Stanford University Press, 1964
Cloth: 978-0-8047-0196-9 | Paper: 978-0-8047-0912-5

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Here is the complete history of the Indians of the Valley of Mexico, one of the two most important religious groups in the Spanish empire in America, from the Conquest to Independence in the early nineteenth century. Based upon ten years of research, this study focuses on the effect if Spanish institutions on Indian life at the local level.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • Contents 
    • CHAPTER I 
    • The Valley of Mexicó
    • CHAPTER II 
    • Tribes
    • CHAPTER III 
    • Towns
    • CHAPTER IV 
    • Encomienda and Corregimiento
    • CHAPTER V 
    • Religion
    • CHAPTER VI 
    • The People
    • CHAPTER VII 
    • The Political Town
    • CHAPTER VIII 
    • Tribute and Town Finance
    • CHAPTER IX 
    • Labor
    • CHAPTER X 
    • Land
    • CHAPTER XI 
    • Agriculture
    • CHAPTER XII 
    • Production and Exchange
    • CHAPTER XIII 
    • The City
    • CHAPTER XIV 
    • Conclusion
    • Appendixes
    • Abbreviations
    • Notes
    • Glossary
    • Bibliography
    • Index
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