The intendant system in Spanish America.

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Intendants -- America, Spain -- Colonies -- America, Spain -- Colonies -- Administr

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ContributionsMexico (Viceroyalty).
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LC ClassificationsJV4066.I5 F5 1969
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Paginationx, 385 p.
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Open LibraryOL4571386M
LC Control Number77091350

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fisher, Lillian Estelle, Intendant system in Spanish America. New York, Gordian Press, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fisher, Lillian Estelle, Intendant system in Spanish America.

Berkeley, Calif., University of California Press,   x, p. 24 cm "Translation of the Ordinance of intendants for New Spain": p.

[97] Reprint of the ed Bibliography: p. []Pages: The overseas expansion under the Crown of Castile was initiated under the royal authority and first accomplished by the Spanish Americas were invaded and incorporated into the Spanish Empire, with the exception of Brazil, Canada, the north-eastern United States and several other small countries in South America and The Caribbean.

The crown created civil and religious.

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His first book, Spanish Colonial Administration, – The Intendant System in the Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata (Athlone Press, ), remains one of my favorites. It was the first well-researched regional study of the Spanish Bourbons’ reform of provincial government in the American colonies, where intendancies were especially.

1This summary is taken from my larger work on the "Intendant System in Spanish America", which includes a translation of the Ordinance of Intendants of for New Spain and a comparison of it with the Ordinance of for Buenos Aires. 2 Informe y plan de intendencias de Nueva Espafia.

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Spanish Colonial Administration, The Intendant System in the Viceroyalty of the Rio de la PlataPrice: $ Lillian Estelle Fisher (born 1 MaySelinsgrove, PA, died 4 MayMoraga CA) was one of the first women to earn a doctorate in Latin American history in the U.S.

She published important works on Spanish colonial administration; a biography of Manuel Abad y Queipo, reform bishop-elect of Michoacan; and a monograph on the Tupac Amaru rebellion in : 1 MaySelinsgrove, Pennsylvania.

: Spanish Colonial Administration, The Intendant System in the Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata (University of London. Historical Studies) (): Lynch, John: BooksCited by: Book Description This is a comprehensive survey of royal government in the Portuguese, Spanish, English and French seaborne empires in Africa, the Americas and Asia.

Essays focus on four facets of such government: political, judicial, fiscal, and military administration. Set the Line of Demarcation which was a boundary established in to define Spanish and Portuguese possessions in the Americas.

Encomienda System system in Spanish America that gave settlers the right to tax local Indians or to demand their labor in exchange for protecting them and teaching them skills. Catholic University of America, by Manoel de Oliveira Lima. Statement concerning the critical Bibliography of Hispanic American History, by A.

Curtis Wilgus Spanish king who adopted the intendant system for the Spanish colonies. Intendant System System for running colonies where the king appoints military governors to rule with intendants (royal officials possessed of broad administrative and financial authority within their intendancies.).

European explorers arrived in Río de la Plata in Their first Spanish settlement in this zone was the Fort of Sancti Spiritu established in next to the Paraná River. Buenos Aires, a permanent colony, was established in and in Asunción was established in the area that is now Aires suffered attacks by the indigenous peoples that forced the settlers away.

Footnotes 1 Cf. Sir Charles Webster, Britain and the Independence of Latin America. ‐ (2 vols., London, ), i, 8. 2 Made permanent in 3 Printed in L. Fisher, The Intendant System in Spanish America (Berkeley, ), p.

4 Printed in Documentos para la Historia A rgentina (Facultad de Filosoffa y Letras, Buenos Aires, ‐), vi, 3.

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