The Hispanic American historical review May, 1974 volume 54 number 2
Durham: Duke University Press, 1974. Pp.209-386, several line maps (of Mexican railways, by error omitted from 54:1, added here); plain printed journal wraps with faintest signs of handling. Susan Soeiro "The social and economic role of the convent : women and nuns in colonial Bahia 1677- 1800" about 24p.; David Grant Smith " Old christian merchants and the foundation of the Brazil company, 1649" about 35p.; Stephanie Blank "Patrons, clients, and kin in seventeenth-century Caracas" about 20p.; Lawrence Clayton "Local initiative and finance in defense of the viceroyalty of Peru" some 20p. Also book reviews. (Inventory #: 95402)
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